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Topic - Terry Francona
Indians manager Terry Francona gave his team a pep talk Saturday after they lost for the seventh time in nine games.
Yan Gomes took the blame. For the Indians, there was plenty to go around.
On his way out to the field for pregame batting practice, Jason Kipnis hung a hard right in the Indians' clubhouse to give Jason Giambi a big hug.
Torii Hunter has done a lot of things and put up some big numbers in his 18-season career. Sacrifice bunts, though, aren't exactly his specialty.
Michael Bourn was ready to return to the majors. Nasty weather delayed his plans.
The Cleveland Indians almost wasted a great chance to grab the lead in the seventh inning on Saturday. Then Ryan Raburn came to the plate and did what he usually does against the Chicago White Sox.
It's hard to win when you walk nine batters, including a pair with the bases loaded.
Cleveland's Danny Salazar couldn't sustain his swing-and-miss stuff against Jose Abreu and the Chicago White Sox.
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona calmly exited the dugout on opening night and approached home plate umpire Mike Winters with a rather polite request that he review a collision at the plate.
Zach McAllister's gem in the first game put the Indians in position for a sweep of Wednesday's doubleheader against the San Diego Padres.
San Diego manager Bud Black was finally able to smile after a long, cold day at the ballpark.
For the second time, veteran major league umpire John Hirschbeck has lost a son.
Corey Kluber's got a cloud hanging over him so far this season.
Carlos Carrasco started poorly, straightened himself out and wound up having a fairly decent season debut for the Indians.
Terry Francona asked crew chief Mike Winters to review a collision at the plate, and the umpire obliged. The call was confirmed, denying Cleveland the go-ahead run, but the Indians' manager appreciated how smoothly the new replay process went.
"That's probably the best way we are as a team," Francona said. "That's the way we're built, get it across the board."
"It's not just today, it's been his first four starts and probably for the majority of his career," Francona said. "He gets a lead and he kind of puts you in a rocking chair. Little fastball, cuts it in to keep you honest, expands the plate, takes something off of it, throws a lot of changeups. We'll get a guy on, he'll get you to roll over, he's really good at that."