Kluber fans 18 en route to 0-2 victory

“Anytime you’re mentioned in the same sentence as Bob Feller it’s humbling,” Corey Kluber said.

As if a sign from the baseball Gods, on the day that the museum for Hall of Famer Bob Feller, who also struck out 18 batters on Oct. 2, 1938, Corey Kluber had a Hall of Fame type of game, striking down batter after batter for eight innings against the St. Louis Cardinals.

“He has unbelievable stuff. I was talking to Carlos Santana and he said, “He looks like he did last year.”

“I did it for Mother’s Day,” said Kluber.

The final game in the three game stand begins today at 11:30. Get your tickets today and help cheer on your Cleveland Indians.!

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Tribe break even with Jays

After a four game stand, the Toronto Blue Jays used a six run fourth inning and settled in to take the series between they and the Indians.  But the Indians had other ideas, used a six run fifth inning, added two more in the sixth to take a 10-7 win and even the series between the two at 2 apiece.

“That’s a great team effort,” said Indians OF Michael Brantley said. “The passion that we showed, the never-give-up attitude, that’s what we need to continue to do. We have a great day off tomorrow, but at the same time, we want to come back on Tuesday with that same energy, that same passion and make sure we’re ready to play from pitch one.”

The Indians will use their day off to prepare for a three game road trip against the Kansas City Royals. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Cleveland Indians.

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Tigers sweep Indians

The Detroit Tigers hot streak continues; they came into Cleveland and pasted 25 runs, 10 more than the Indians were able to muster to sweep the Tribe and go 5-0 for the season.

The main issue for the Indians was their awful pitching.  TJ House and Zach McCallister opened games 1 & 2 and gave up 17 runs.  Game three featured Corey Kluber who held it together for 6.5 innings, giving up only two runs until the bullpen broke down giving the game and six runs up.

The Tribe begin a two game stand against the Chicago White Sox.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today!


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