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2018 Schedule
52-43, 1st in AL Cent

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Puerto Rican All Stars!

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

Jose Ramirez has just predicted that the Brewers' Jesus Aguilar will win tonight's Home Run Derby.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here are your AL and NL All-Star lineups!

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Are you wondering if there's another umpire picture in the works for Nelson Cruz? Here's what he told me after taking batting practice at Coors Field.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Jose Ramirez is on pace for 49 home runs, 45 doubles and 33 stolen bases. Some kind of numbers. While it's a little goofy doing these kinds of arbitrary cutoffs, the only 40-40-30 seasons in MLB history are Larry Walker and Jeff Bagwell (both in 1997), Ellis Burks in 1996 and Alfonso Soriano in 2006.

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Kluber (knee) to miss ASG, replaced by Snell

Indians ace Corey Kluber, who has given up 19 runs over his past 34 innings, will miss the All-Star Game after getting an injection in his right knee.

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Yankees pick up Luis Severino for a change

With their ace having a rare off night, the Yankees got key contributions from some of their supporting players, including Brett Gardner.

Patrick Abrahams ESPN Producer 

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber said he felt fine coming back in to pitch in the 8th inning of tonight's game. He said ‘'the Yankees are one of the best offensive teams in baseball. If you make a few mistakes like I did tonight they will make you pay.''

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Jose Ramírez hits his 28th HR of the season off Luis Severino and sets a new Indians franchise record for home runs before the All-Star break, set by Albert Belle (27 HR) in 1996. Indians 4-4 Yankees in the 6th inning.


Ramirez homers twice as Indians rattle Reds 19-4

Jose Ramirez homered twice and drove in five runs as the Cleveland Indians took out some frustrations following a brutal loss with a 19-4 thumping of the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night.

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Francona apologizes to Indians for bullpen miscue

A day after a miscommunication with pitching coach Carl Willis led to the wrong reliever entering the game, Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona said he apologized for the mistake, which played a role in the Reds' 7-4 comeback victory.


BBTN: Cleveland's Mix-Up, AL East Trade Watch

Before a conversation with Rockies P Kyle Freeland (27:15), Buster & Dave Schoenfield discuss the Indians' bullpen mishap, the AL East trade market & more (1:32). Plus, Paul Hembekides with an interesting note on the cost-efficient Athletics (21:24).

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2559th
On Base Percentage.3267th
Slugging Percentage.4383rd
Earned Run Average4.0014th
Quality Starts49Tied-11th