ANAHEIM, Calif. — Rookie Zach Plesac pitched a four-hitter for his first complete game in the majors and the Indians kept pace in the playoff race, blanking the Angels, 8-0,
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by: Staff report — The Morning Journal 11 Sep
Clippers: Triple-A Columbus won its first playoff game against the Durham Bulls, 8-3, on Sept. 10. Bobby Bradley and Andrew Velazquez homered in the contest. Michael Peoples pitched the first
by: GREG BEACHAM Associated Press — The Morning Journal 10 Sep
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Shane Bieber pitched seven stellar innings of five-hit ball in his first career start at his hometown stadium, and rookie Yu Chang hit his first major league
by: PATRICK DONNELLY Associated Press — The Morning Journal 8 Sep
MINNEAPOLIS — Mike Clevinger won his 10th straight decision, and Carlos Santana and Francisco Lindor homered as the Indians beat the Twins, 5-2, on Sept. 8.
by: Brian Hall The Associated Press — The Morning Journal 8 Sep
MINNEAPOLIS — Mitch Garver boosted Minnesota's spirts and playoff hopes on the same day the Twins found out pitcher Michael Pineada was suspended for violating MLB's drug policy.
by: Staff report — The Morning Journal 8 Sep
Clippers: Triple-A Columbus defeated the Gwinnett Stripers in comeback fashion, 5-4, taking the series 3-1. Columbus trailed, 4-3, from the fifth inning until the eighth. Connor Marabell doubled to score
by: Dave Campbell The Associated Press — The Morning Journal 7 Sep
MINNEAPOLIS — Following a 13th defeat in 22 games, Cleveland manager Terry Francona decided to deliver a brief pep talk before taking the road for a pivotal series in Minnesota.
by: Staff report — The Morning Journal 7 Sep
Clippers: Triple-A Columbus fell, 10-6, on Sept. 6 to the Gwinnett Stripers, but lead their playoff series 2-1. The two teams will play Game 4 on Sept. 7. Connor Marabell
by: Staff report — The Morning Journal 6 Sep
• Clippers: Dioner Navarro and Andrew Velazquez hit home runs to power Triple-A Columbus to a 7-3 victory over Gwinnett Sept. 5.
by: Steve Herrick The Associated Press — The Morning Journal 5 Sep
Jason Kipnis thinks now is the time for the Indians to start looking like a playoff team.
by: Brain Dulik The Associated Press — The Morning Journal 5 Sep
Oscar Mercado's spectacular running catch saved the game for the Indians. It also might have saved their season.
by: Staff report — The Morning Journal 5 Sep
Clippers: Triple-A Columbus scored five runs early en route to a 5-4 win against the Gwinnett Stripers on Sept. 4. They lead the best-of-five series, 1-0. Bobby Bradley doubled in
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