On Friday night, MLB.com confirmed that the Indians reached an agreement with Jose Ramirez on a five-year, $26 million contract extension that includes team options for 2022 and '23, pending a physical. The deal has a maximum value of $50 million.
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Following a conservative start to camp -- due to the heavy load he shouldered in the postseason last year -- Corey Kluber is on target to take the ball for the Indians in the April 3 opener against the Rangers in Arlington.
After slamming hard into the right-field wall at Sloan Park on Friday, Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall took his time in shifting back to his feet. That caught the attention of manager Terry Francona, who left the dugout and began jogging out to right.
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Every pitch Carlos Carrasco has thrown since his elbow flareup earlier this spring has provided a little more peace of mind. On Friday, the Indians starter logged three innings against the Cubs in a 4-2 victory and again felt a mental lift. "I can throw like normal," Carrasco said. "Now, I can throw every pitch."
Starters Carlos Carrasco and John Lackey combined to give up just one run over nine innings as the Indians topped the Cubs, 4-2, on Friday afternoon at Sloan Park.
Andrew Miller returned to Arizona with a strong sense of pride over Team USA's championship run in the World Baseball Classic. The Indians' lefty relief ace also rejoined Cleveland's camp unsatisfied with how he has thrown the ball over the past two weeks.
Hoby Milner understood the landscape when he stepped into the Indians' clubhouse at the start of this spring. There was only one bullpen spot available and Cleveland already had a pair of skilled veteran lefites on the team in Andrew Miller and Boone Logan.
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With the World Baseball Classic now complete, shortstop Francisco Lindor, catcher Roberto Perez, relief ace Andrew Miller and reliever Joseph Colon returned to Tribe camp. Over the next few days, they'll begin being worked back into the Cactus League mix.
Indians ace Corey Kluber looked sharp during an 8-3 win over the Rockies on Thursday in his continued march toward Opening Day. Cleveland is still trying to determine whether left fielder Michael Brantley will also be ready for the start of the season.
Yandy Diaz has spent a lot of time on the backfields at the Indians' complex over the past couple of weeks. An opportunity exists for him at third base, so Diaz has been working hard with third-base coach and infield instructor Mike Sarbaugh, like a student cramming for an exam.
Despite easily his ugliest line this spring and an early exit, Indians starter Danny Salazar declared himself ready for the regular season with less than two weeks before Opening Day.
Following a thrilling World Baseball Classic that culminated in the United States winning its first title thanks to Wednesday's 8-0 win over Puerto Rico, World Baseball Classic, Inc. (WBCI) announced the All-World Baseball Classic Team.
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The fact Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco came out of Monday's Minor League appearance feeling healthy is an important start. But he will have to ramp it up in his next two appearances if he is to start the team's second game of the regular season.
Rockies lefty Kyle Freeland continued his push for a rotation spot by striking out five in five innings, and delivering a two-RBI single, in a 10-2 victory over the Indians on Wednesday afternoon at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
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There's more to the Indians' strikeout rate than big arms and devastating pitches. Pitching coach Mickey Callaway credits the organization's opponent scouting system with giving pitchers confidence in their ability to get ahead in the count.
Astros' No. 13 prospect J.D. Davis is hitting well lately, going 3-for-4 on Wednesday and notching multihit games in three of his past six contests.
To a somewhat turbulent Tribe camp arrived a much-appreciated Smooth day. It was Dr. Smooth, otherwise known as Michael Brantley, out there in left field and in the second spot of the batting order on Monday.
The music that blared from from the back corner of the Indians' clubhouse on Monday morning made it clear: Carlos Santana was back from the World Baseball Classic.
When Michael Brantley was pulled for a pinch-runner in the fifth inning on Monday, the Indians outfielder received a warm round of applause from his Goodyear Ballpark audience.
Carlos Carrasco did not care about his pitching line. All the Indians starter was concerned about was the fact that his arm felt strong. He fired fastballs and spun an array of offspeed pitches in a Minor League start on Monday.
In sorting through their options for second base, the Indians needed a better understanding of how much time Jason Kipnis would miss with his ongoing right shoulder issue. Cleveland now has a clearer picture as Opening Day approaches.
Indians manager Terry Francona raved about getting to know outfield prospect Greg Allen this spring. The manager called infielder Ronny Rodriguez an intriguing player when discussing the race for the utility role.
Lefty Patrick Corbin turned in a strong Cactus League outing in a 4-4 tie with the Indians on Sunday afternoon, logging five innings at Goodyear Ballpark in his latest push for a spot in the Arizona rotation.
No pitcher wants to go under the knife, but Cody Anderson weighed his options and discussed his situation with medical experts and even some teammates. After considering all the factors, Anderson felt Tommy John surgery was the proper course of action.
Tyler Naquin was a teenager when Grady Sizemore was patrolling center field and emerging as a young star for the Indians. When Naquin watched Sizemore play, he saw the kind of player he envisioned himself developing into someday.
Michael Brantley sat at his locker, talking to his Indians teammate and close friend, pitcher Josh Tomlin, for several minutes on Saturday morning. The outfielder had just completed his second Minor League game assignment of the spring in his comeback from right arm issues.