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Topic - Terry Francona
Josh Tomlin struck out five in four scoreless innings, helping the Cleveland Indians beat a Milwaukee Brewers split squad 4-2 on Sunday.
Michael Brantley extended his strong start to the spring with four more hits, including two doubles, as the Cleveland Indians tied the San Diego Padres 4-4 in 10 innings Saturday.
Edwin Jackson allowed three runs and four hits in three innings for the Cubs while Carlos Carrasco struck out six of his 12 batters in leading the Cleveland Indians over a Chicago split-squad 7-2 Friday.
The Cleveland Indians are extremely excited about having Danny Salazar for a full season, and that is why they are taking their time with the young pitcher this spring.
James Paxton allowed two hits in three scoreless innings and Nick Franklin drove in two runs Wednesday in the Seattle Mariners' 8-5 loss to the Cleveland Indians.
The Cleveland Indians have hired former minor league pitcher Gregg Langbehn to be their major league replay coordinator.
Zach McAllister pitched two shutout innings and the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago White Sox 5-4 on Tuesday.
Nick Swisher is excited to be back - even if it is only early March.
Ryan Raburn hit a two-run home run off Homer Bailey to lead the Cleveland Indians to its second straight win over the Cincinnati Reds, 4-0 Friday.
Cleveland star catcher Carlos Santana made his first start at third base and got a hit. No chances to show off his glove, though.
Bryan Price won in his managerial debut, Ryan Ludwick and Joey Votto singled home runs, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Cleveland Indians 8-3 on Wednesday.
Trevor Bauer is going to get a chance to show off his new delivery with the Indians' first pitch of spring training.
The relationship between Jason Giambi and Terry Francona started with a joke between them.
Major League Baseball managers are getting ready to test the expanded instant replay system.
After a surprising run to the AL Wild Card Game in 2013, the Cleveland Indians need to make up for some key losses to win again in 2014.
"Opening day is not the finishing line with off days and things built-in," Francona said. "I guess I don't get too caught up in it because we care so much about getting him ready for his career that a week in April is not the end of the world."
"His stuff is electric. The more he pitches for us, the better we are," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "We all know that. Saying that, there's a way to get there and by just turning him loose in February, I don't think we felt like that was the best way to get there."