8/3/2015 | Bourn soars to rob HR with spectacular catch
Michael Bourn stole a home run from Kole Calhoun with a great leaping catch in straightaway center field.
8/3/2015 | Murphy grateful for time in Cleveland, new opportunity
Standing in front of his new locker in the home clubhouse at Angel Stadium, David Murphy expressed gratitude for his time with Cleveland and understanding for the circumstances that led the Tribe to trade him.
8/3/2015 | Rags to Richards: Halos win after rocky start
Garrett Richards settled in after a rough first inning and the Angels plated a combined five runs in the fifth and sixth, surging to a 5-4 victory over the Indians on Monday night and snapping their season-long six-game losing streak.
8/3/2015 | After strong starts, Shoemaker, Carrasco to duel in Anaheim
Angels right-hander Matt Shoemaker will take the mound against righty Carlos Carrasco and the Indians on Tuesday in the second of three games between the two clubs at Angel Stadium.
8/3/2015 | Kipnis on DL with right shoulder inflammation
The Indians are going to be without their All-Star for at least a couple of weeks. Before Monday's game against the Angels, Cleveland placed second baseman Jason Kipnis on the 15-day disabled list due to a inflammation in his right shoulder, retroactive to Sunday.
8/3/2015 | Means leads Prospect Team of the Week
Left-hander John Means barely snuck onto MLBPipeline.com's Orioles Top 30 Prospects list, checking in at No. 29. While he may not have the highest profile in Baltimore's system, he's raising it after his performance in July.
8/2/2015 | Angels look to get back on track vs. Indians
The Angels, coming off an ugly 1-8 road trip, will look for Garrett Richards to get their homestand started on a positive note when they open a three-game series against the Indians at Angel Stadium on Monday.
8/2/2015 | Bauer latest Tribe starter to get scant support
Trevor Bauer went over some of the video from his start on Sunday immediately after the Indians' loss to the A's. During the fifth inning, the young starter's command abandoned him for a brief stretch of batters, but he also felt there were some check-swing calls that did not go his way.
8/2/2015 | Canha lifts A's in 10th to gain split with Tribe
Mark Canha notched his first career walk-off hit, an RBI double off the left-center field wall with two outs in the 10th inning to give the A's a 2-1 victory over the Indians.
8/2/2015 | Kipnis could land on DL with ailing shoulder
The Indians are currently weighing the best way to handle second baseman Jason Kipnis' persistent right shoulder soreness. Kipnis remained out of the lineup on Sunday and also underwent an MRI exam on his ailing arm to obtain more information about the severity of the issue.
8/2/2015 | Indians' offense stuck in familiar funk
Michael Brantley flexed his arms in frustration, let out a quick shout and then tossed his bat away in disgust. The Indians left fielder has been one of the exemptions to Cleveland's offensive woes this season, but even Brantley is not immune from an occasional missed chance.
8/1/2015 | A's ride Brooks' dominant debut past Tribe
Aaron Brooks dazzled in his A's debut, holding the Indians to one run across 7 1/3 innings to help his new club snap a three-game losing streak with a 5-1 victory at the Coliseum on Saturday night.
8/1/2015 | Gray looks to ride momentum, gain split series
Last time he pitched, Sonny Gray shut out the Dodgers in a 2-0 A's win on Tuesday. His next start is Sunday, when the A's host the Indians in the final game of a four-game series at 1:05 p.m. PT.
8/1/2015 | Kipnis, dealing with sore shoulder, back at DH
For the third time in the past five games, Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis was slotted into the lineup as the designated hitter. Manager Terry Francona noted that Kipnis has been recently been dealing with soreness in his right shoulder.
8/1/2015 | Salazar continues rotation's sizzling run
Danny Salazar wanted to pitch the ninth inning on Friday night. The Indians starter knew that if he fell even one inning shy of a complete game, he would hear it from his rotation-mates. After all, they had gone the distance in each of the previous three games for Cleveland.