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Topic - Terry Francona
The Cleveland Indians got an encouraging start from rookie T.J. House. It still wasn't enough to avoid the sweep.
The Cleveland Indians got a break after a lengthy rain delay led to the early departure of White Sox ace Chris Sale. They weren't so lucky earlier in the game before the umpires halted play.
As the errors keep piling up for the Indians, so do the injuries.
T.J. House waited his entire life to start a game in the big leagues. When his chance finally arrived, the Cleveland Indians rookie had the misfortune of going up against one of the hottest-hitting teams in the major leagues.
After 475 pitches, 20 runs and more than five hours of baseball, the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers settled this lengthy game in a most bizarre fashion: a walkoff balk.
The Cleveland Indians are looking for answers to turn around their season.
Indians manager Terry Francona has made several lineup changes in an attempt to turn around the team's struggling offense.
Danny Salazar has gone from starting a playoff game to pitching in the minor leagues.
Cleveland Indians pitcher Zach McAllister's downward spiral has reached rock bottom.
Danny Salazar is still waiting to celebrate his first win away from home.
An impressive offensive display by the Cleveland Indians overshadowed another solid start from Corey Kluber.
Justin Masterson has known mostly success against the Blue Jays - but he didn't have much after the third inning Tuesday night.
Nyjer Morgan used his speed to get two key infield hits early in the game. His rare long ball provided an important late run.
For the fourth straight game, the Tampa Bay Rays had runners on base in the ninth inning with a chance to win. And for the fourth straight game, they failed to get any of the runners across the plate.
Erik Bedard silenced the Cleveland Indians bats.
"That's one of the few times I was able to laugh after a tough loss," Francona said.
"I don't know if he'll remember that I'm the manager," Terry Francona said.