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3/29/2015 | Tribe undecided if last spot will go to pitcher or position player

The Indians have one open spot on the 25-man roster and the team does not yet know if the final spot will go to a pitcher or a position player.


3/29/2015 | House goes six, but struggles in three-run fourth inning

Cleveland starter TJ House was hurt by one inning Sunday, as the White Sox beat the Indians, 4-1, at Goodyear Ballpark.


3/29/2015 | Tito trusts young arms in Indians' rotation

While the Indians carry a wave of positive energy toward Opening Day, they are trying to do what very few teams ever do. They hope to roll into October behind young, relatively unproven starting pitchers.


3/29/2015 | House, McAllister earn rotation spots as Indians cull roster

The Indians finalized their rotation Sunday, naming TJ House and Zach McAllister the Nos. 4 and 5 starters, while non-roster invitee Anthony Swarzak learned he has made the team's bullpen.


3/28/2015 | McAllister mows down 9, Kipnis goes deep in win over Crew

Jason Kipnis homered and Ryan Braun drove in two runs as the Indians defeated the Brewers, 3-2, on Saturday afternoon at Maryvale Baseball Park.


3/28/2015 | Allen in 'perfect spot' for Opening Day after new spring routine

Indians closer Cody Allen has gradually increased his intensity in Spring Training in an effort to be at a "perfect spot" for Opening Day.


3/28/2015 | 'A good first step': Swisher tests legs in Minor League game

Indians veteran Nick Swisher took another step forward in his comeback from double-knee surgery, increasing the intensity of his running in a Minor League game on Friday.


3/28/2015 | Carrasco leaves Indians camp for birth of fourth child

On Saturday, Carlos Carrasco was scheduled to leave the team in order to fly home to Florida to be with his wife for the birth of his fourth child.


3/27/2015 | Kluber pushes pitch count vs. D-backs to gain strength

In a game befitting a matchup of a pair of Opening Day starters, the Indians and D-backs played a low-scoring game with Arizona winning 3-2 at Salt River Fields.


3/27/2015 | Brantley heeds dad's advice, eyes opposite-field power

Before Michael Brantley leaves for Spring Training each year, his dad offers a suggestion for the upcoming season. Mickey Brantley is a former big league outfielder and hitting coach, so the Indians' left fielder always takes the advice to heart.


3/27/2015 | McAllister's versatility gives Francona options

The Indians made it known early in camp that right-hander Zach McAllister would be on the Opening Day pitching staff in some capacity. Cleveland has yet to reveal whether it will be as a starter or reliever.


3/27/2015 | Tribe options Salazar; rotation competition shrinks

Danny Salazar has consistently overpowered hitters and teased the Indians with the kind of potential that makes him look like a future ace,but on Friday, Cleveland made it clear that Salazar still has room for growth, optioning the hard-throwing starter to Triple-A Columbus.


3/26/2015 | Indians hope time at Triple-A will help reliever Lee

Indians manager Terry Francona is holding out faith that right-hander C.C. Lee will someday develop into a fixture within the Tribe's bullpen. It became clear to Cleveland's staff this spring that Lee still has room to grow before returning to the big leagues.


3/26/2015 | Salazar roughed up in lopsided loss to Reds

Indians pitcher Danny Salazar struggled against the Reds on Thursday, allowing six earned runs over 3 1/3 innings of work.


3/26/2015 | Indians' rotation race likely to last through camp's final week

Indians manager Terry Francona is eager to see how his rotation candidates respond to pressure as the competition looks like it will last into the final week of Spring Training.


3/26/2015 | Indians top prospect Lindor sent down after great camp

Shortstop Francisco Lindor, the Indians' top prospect who is ranked No. 4 among all farmhands, was reassigned to Triple-A on Thursday after what manager Terry Francona described as a "great camp."


3/25/2015 | Tomlin allows a lot of contact, but only two runs vs. Angels

The Indians plated three runs off Nick Tropeano in the fourth, but the Angels regained the lead three innings later with a little small ball for a 4-3 win at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Wednesday.


3/25/2015 | Sands' monster blast earns honor, manager's praise

Jerry Sands' tape-measure blast on Tuesday was deemed the "Swing of the Day" by Cleveland hitting coaches Ty Van Burkleo and Matt Quatraro, even though Brandon Moss also had a rocket shot to right field in the Tribe's 9-5 romp over the Giants.


3/25/2015 | Bauer works on curveball in 95-pitch 'B' game start

Control has been the priority thie spring for Trevor Bauer, who has zero walks through 15 1/3 Cactus League innings for Cleveland.


3/25/2015 | Kipnis nears return after positive Minor League outing

Jason Kipnis tested out his sore back in a series of at-bats in a Minor League game Wednesday, making Indians manager Terry Francona optmistic about the second baseman's chances of returning to a Cactus League game soon.


3/25/2015 | MLB Pipeline checks in from Indians camp

The Indians have more than just Francisco Lindor to look forward to in the future, with last year's Draft particularly helping to build behind him. The 2014 Draft class takes up four spots in the Indians' Top 30 and all are experiencing their first Spring Training now.


3/25/2015 | Sands shows off home-run power as he fights for roster spot

Outfielder Jerry Sands showed off some impressive power Tuesday night, launching a tape-measure home run off San Francisco's Ryan Vogelsong to help the Indians claim a 9-5 Cactus League victory over the Giants at Goodyear Ballpark.


3/24/2015 | Crockett faces childhood friend Pinder, gets him out

Kyle Crockett saw a familiar face in the batter's box when he pitched against the A's in the eighth inning on Monday. The Indians lefty was taking on Oakland infielder Chad Pinder, who he has known since childhood.


3/24/2015 | Francona urges Swisher not to focus on Opening Day

Nick Swisher is currently working his way through a gradual rehab program in the wake of undergoing surgery on both knees in August.


3/24/2015 | Cover models Kluber, Brantley don't believe in SI jinx

Sports Illustrated's Major League Baseball preview not only includes the Indians on a regional cover, it predicts the Tribe to win its first World Series since 1948. Cleveland's cover boys are Corey Kluber and Michael Brantley.




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