Former Indians All-Star reliever Doug Jones dead at 64

Doug Jones, a five-time All-Star reliever who had his best success closing for the Cleveland Indians, has died. He was 64. Jones spent seven seasons with the Indians and ranks third on the club’s career saves list with 129. The club, which

Indians begin removing scripted name from stadium scoreboard

The Indians began removing the team’s scripted logo atop the giant scoreboard at Progressive Field on Tuesday as they transition their name to the Guardians. Crews started dismantling the letters, beginning with the “I” on the 80-foot-long sign. It’s another step in

Changing to Guardians: Indians close with 6-0 win at Texas

Now comes the changing to the Guardians for the Cleveland baseball team that played 107 seasons as the Indians. Aaron Civale allowed only three singles while pitching six scoreless innings as the Indians played for the final time under that name, after

Cease hit on arm by comebacker, White Sox top Indians 1-0

Chicago starter Dylan Cease left after being struck on the right arm by a comebacker in the sixth inning as the White Sox beat Cleveland 1-0 on Friday night in Indians ace Shane Bieber’s return. The playoff-bound White Sox said Cease has

Former OF Gose flashes 100 mph heat for Indians, fans Perez

Formerly a fleet outfielder, Anthony Gose returned to the majors five years later Monday night as a rocket-armed reliever for the Cleveland Indians, flashing 100 mph heat and fanning Royals slugger Salvador Perez. Gose pitched 1 2/3 innings, allowing one run with

Gant wins, Rooker homers as Twins blank Indians 3-0

One of the Twins’ expectant fathers delivered. Hours after manager Rocco Baldelli’s wife gave birth, Brent Rooker homered as he awaits a call from home for an arriving baby and Minnesota beat Cleveland 3-0 on Tuesday night, spoiling Indians starter Aaron Civale’s

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