Santana to be reevaluated Tuesday

After taking a foul ball to the head on Sunday night, Indians catcher Carlos Santana will be re-evaluated Tuesday afternoon for concussion symptoms.  Santana fell ill on Monday, was sent back to the hotel and did not participate in the 6-2 loss to the Chicago Whitesox.

“We don’t know if he’s sick or he has concussion-like symptoms,” Manager Terry Francona said Monday. “So we sent him back to the hotel and we’ll re-evaluate him and we’ll go from there.”

The Indians are on the road and in the middle of a three-game stand against the Chicago White Sox.  Great seats and cheap tickets still remain!  Be sure to get yours now!

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Gomes signs long term deal

After Cleveland Indians Catcher Yan Gomes had his breakout season in his sophomore year, management wanted to lock him down into a long term deal and Gomes had no qualms with that. Gomes made it official and inked a six-year, $23 million contract Monday.

“It goes into what it means to be in this organization. You’ve got younger guys like ourselves just wanting to be here,” Gomes said. “We’re potentially signing a big amount of our careers. There’s not another place I would want to be with, especially from the top to the bottom here. It’s the organization you want to be with.”

The deal also includes options for the 2020 and 21 seasons which could kick up the deal to $48 million.

Gomes hit .294, had 11 homers and and 38 RBI’s in 88 games last season, his first with the Indians.

“This is the organization I want to be with, that actually made it pretty easy,” Gomes said before the scheduled opener in rain-soaked Oakland. “I’m so thankful for that. My wife and I are excited to be Cleveland Indians for a while now. … We got a little taste of the postseason last year. That’s what we play for.”

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Hadagone/Indians settle grievance

The Cleveland Indians have come to an agreement with Left handed pitcher Nick Hagadone who broke a radias bone in his left forearm on July 6, 2012.

Hagadone will now be able to attend Spring Training with the Indians.

The Indians kick off their season against the Oakland Athletics.  Great seats and tickets are still available

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Logo for Indians changing

Cleveland Indians New Logo

The Cleveland Indians have made a change to it’s Primary Logo from Chief Wahoo to A Block Letter C.  Pressure has been building over the past few years because of the controversial character Chief Wahoo, deemed offensive by a slew of critics.  The last remaining depiction of the Chief is on the sleeve of the Indians uniform, a spot that could disappear without much notice.

The Season kicks off against the Oakland A’s on March 31st. Be sure to get your tickets to the Cleveland Indians


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New Look Indians hoping to catch a spark

When the Indians franchise fired Manny Acta with six games left in the season,  they replaced him with Bench Coach Sandy Alomar Jr who was up for the job along with former front office advisor Terry Francona.  Francona would eventually win the job.

Outfielder Michael Bourn joined the team after rejecting a $13.3 million qualifying offer from his former team, the Atlanta Braves, and  signed a 4-year $48 million deal with the Indians.

The predicted pitching rotation looks to be:

1. RHP Justin Masterson

2. RHP Ubaldo Jimenez

3. RHP Brett Myers

4. RHP Zach McAllister

5. RHP Trevor Bauer

While the predicted lineup will be

1. CF Michael Bourn

2. 2B Jason Kipnis

3. SS Asdrubal Cabrera

4. RF Nick Swisher

5. C Carlos Santana

6. DH Mark Reynolds

7. LF Michael Brantley

8. RF Drew Stubbs

9. 3B Lonnie Chisenhall

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Indians sweep Tigers

The Cleveland Indians have completed a four game sweep of the Detroit Tigers in a game that saw Tigers Manager Jim Leyland thrown out of the game in the 5th inning.

The Indians Shin-Soo Chu homered off of Justin Verlander for the Indians 8th win in the last 10 games.

The Indians next travel to Chicago to face the White Sox for a three game home stand.


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The Cleveland Indians

The Cleveland Indians have been a Major League baseball team since their beginnings in 1901. Their name was chosen in 1914 based on the common nickname given them of the “Tribe” or the “Wahoos”. The Slider is their team mascot. Based out of their home in Ohio, the Indians have played in the Progressive Field beginning in 1994. During the spring, the Indians train in Goodyear, Arizona, at the Goodyear Ballpark. The Indians have proven their success by winning two World Series championships.

Mike Hargrove, a popular manager, was brought in on January 18, 2011, in an effort to assist the Cleveland Indians from a run of bad luck. The season started very strong until some injuries caused a lapse in their success. Jason Kipnis and Lonnie Chisenhall, a few minor leaguers, were brought in in order to substitute for the wounded players.

April 5, 2012 marked the opening of the 2012 season for the Cleveland Indians. Attendance at the Progressive Field broke all previous records for an opening day game. There were 43,190 fans watching to see to see how the Indians would fare against the Toronto Blue Jays. This game turned out to be the longest opening game by innings in the history of Major League Baseball.

The Indians definitely have their share of fans, selling out 455 home games in a row at Jacobs Field.

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Cleveland Indian Tickets

We would like to help you see the Cleveland Indians in person. The place we would recommend checking out for to get those hard to get tickets is: Prime Tickets . Yes everyone likes to see a winning team, but going to the game is really more about “BEING THERE”. Did your parents ever take you to a live professional baseball game? Did you ever take your kids? You know there is nothing better than being there!

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