Notes and quotes from Tuesday’s 6–3 win over the White Sox…
by: Brandon Kring — Fansided: Believeland Ball 14h
The Cleveland Indians entered Tuesday night after a series opening victory over the White Sox on Monday night. They looked to get their third straight win ...
Jose Ramirez remains in position to start All-Star Game for Cleveland Indians, Francisco Lindor slips to third at SS
by: Joe Noga, cleveland.com — Cleveland.com 23h
Cleveland's Jose Ramirez could start his second straight All-Star Game if the latest fan balloting results hold up.
by: N/A — MLB: Indians 19 Jun
Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco will hold his third annual book drive in partnership with United Way's "Stuff the Bus" campaign at Progressive Field on Tuesday. Before Tuesday's game vs. the White Sox, United Way staff will be available at all..
by: @Cleveland19 — Cleveland 19: Overtime 19 Jun
Shane Bieber was relaxing in the clubhouse at Triple-A Columbus on Saturday when he received an important message.
by: N/A — MLB: Indians 18 Jun
CLEVELAND -- The Indians can exhale some after the latest round of tests on Carlos Carrasco's right elbow came back negative for any structural damage. Indians manager Terry Francona noted before Monday's game against the White Sox that an MRI exam,...
by: alec.Brzezinski@performgroup.com (Alec Brzezinski) — Sporting News 18 Jun
Carrasco left his start early this weekend after taking a comebacker to the elbow.
by: Associated Press — Sportsnet 18 Jun
The Indians caught a lucky break. Carlos Carrasco is only bruised.
Indians notebook: Manager Terry Francona relieved when tests confirm Carlos Carrasco’s diagnosis of elbow contusion: ‘We dodged a huge bullet’
by: Beacon Journal/Ohio.com — Akron Beacon Journal 18 Jun
CLEVELAND: The Indians received some major relief with the results of tests done on Carlos Carrasco’s throwing elbow, which all came back negative on Monday. The results confirmed the diagnosis that Carrasco sustained only a contusion on his right elbow..
by: Joe Noga, cleveland.com — Cleveland.com 18 Jun
Pitcher Carlos Carrasco is dealing with a bad bruise and nothing more serious, according to manager Terry Francona after Carrasco was examined by doctors Monday.
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