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2017 Schedule
102-60, 1st in AL Cent
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Francisco Mejia hits first AFL homer

The two-run shot from the Indians' top prospect brought his Arizona Fall League average to .387 through seven games. The young catcher slashed .297/.346/.490 with 14 home runs at Double-A Akron this past season.

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The Mets will reportedly name Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway as manager. In the 3 seasons prior to Callaway's arrival in Cleveland, the Indians ranked 12th in the AL in ERA and 13th in WHIP. But with him, they were the best staff in the American League in just about every way. He'll have an eager young group with which to work. The Mets got 157 starts from pitchers under 30, 3rd-most in MLB in 2017.

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Mets announce Callaway as new manager

Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway will officially replace Terry Collins as the new manager of the New York Mets, the team announced Monday.

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Mejia mashing in AFL

Indians top prospect Francisco Mejia went 4-for-5 with two runs scored and an RBI during Friday's Arizona Fall League action, bringing his average to .423. The catcher slashed .297/.346/.490 with 14 home runs at Double-A Akron this past season before a September call-up to the majors, where he notched two hits in 13 at-bats.

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Brantley has surgery, to be sidelined 5 months

Indians outfielder Michael Brantley had surgery to stabilize ligaments in his right ankle and will not be able to resume baseball activities until at least five months from now.

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Indians' Francona aching, 'wiped out physically'

The Indians are hurting after their ALDS loss to the Cubs. Said manager Terry Francona: "That's a hard one to swallow. When baseball is over, I'll feel better. ... It hurts."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Anuncian el resto de los horarios de los partidos de las Series de Campeonato.


ATH recaps the Yankees-Indians series

Tony Reali and the national panel recap Game 4 of the Nats-Cubs series and preview Game 5, discuss whether the Yankees won or Indians lost and more.

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What's next for the Indians?

The Indians have not won a World Series since 1948 and will return most of their core in 2018 after a painful loss in the ALDS.

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Cleveland in unwanted company

The Indians have lost each of their last four winner-take-all postseason home games: 1999 against Boston in the ALDS, 2013 against Tampa Bay in the wild-card game, 2016 in Game 7 of the World Series against the Cubs and Wednesday's loss to the Yankees. The only other teams to lose four such consecutive games are the Braves (four straight) and the Athletics (five), per the Elias Sports Bureau.


BBTN: Strasburg, Yankees showed up when it mattered

Buster Olney talks to Jon Sciambi (:33) and Bob Nightengale (21:30) about Stephen Strasburg's performance, the Yankees' win and more. Plus, Scott Lauber with some "Inside Heat" on Boston's managerial search (31:15).

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Indians suffer an epic letdown with ALDS loss

The Tribe entered October as baseball's hottest team, but now all of Cleveland is wondering how things could go so wrong so fast in the postseason.

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Indians' Kluber: I was healthy enough to pitch

Indians ace Corey Kluber, who struggled during the postseason, said he was healthy enough to keep pitching in Game 5 despite speculation that he was fighting a back injury that had put him on the DL earlier this season.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Santana told me he hopes this was not his last game in Cleveland: "This is my home and I would like to come back."

Indians' top players didn't show up when it mattered (1:23)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Remarkable series comeback by the Yankees, with CC Sabathia conjuring up memories of his 2009 postseason performance and the vaunted Yankee bullpen -- David Robertson and Aroldis Chapman on this night -- throwing 4.2 scoreless innings. Throw in Brett Gardner's big hit in the ninth, and the old guys did good. We now get the ultimate matchup of power pitching versus power hitting: the Yankees bullpen versus the Astros lineup.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Aroldis Chapman takes the mound for the bottom of the ninth after throwing 13 pitches in the eighth ... and now with a three-run lead instead of a one-run lead. He's put that inexplicable August slump behind him and is riding a streak of 17.2 scoreless innings with 28 strikeouts, three walks and just eight hits allowed. Good luck, Indians.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

It's almost like Joe Girardi learned nothing from the wild-card game. He should have been happy to get three innings from CC Sabathia with a fully rested bullpen, let alone four innings and a 3-0 lead. Instead he let CC stay in to allow four consecutive hits, two of them RBI singles, and he gave the Indians a lifeline for a comeback.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Indians have climbed back in the game with four straight singles to chase CC Sabathia and pull within 3-2 in the fifth inning. But David Robertson worked out of the mess by coaxing a double play ball from Francisco Lindor to keep New York up by a run. It's going to be all about the bullpens now in Game 5.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.301st
Quality Starts843rd
Batting Average.2635th
On Base Percentage.3392nd
Slugging Percentage.4493rd