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  • Rookie-level Indians top Arizona League in offense

    The Rookie-level Indians were the top team offensively all season in the Arizona League. First baseman Bobby Bradley, the club's No. 20 prospect, won the circuit's Triple Crown (.361 batting average, eight home runs, 50 RBIs) and, as a team, they led the league in nearly every offensive category, from runs (332) to OPS (.745).

  • Chasing Tigers, Indians call on Carrasco

    The Tigers shelled Indians ace Corey Kluber in the first game of a four-game slate at Progressive Field, so for Game 2 on Tuesday, the Indians will send their ace-of-the-moment, Carlos Carrasco, to the hill.

  • Long ball an issue for Kluber as Tribe routed

    The middle of the Tigers' order slugged Corey Kluber out of the game in 2 2/3 innings, and Detroit coasted to a 12-1 Labor Day victory against the Indians at Progressive Field.

  • Aviles passes concussion test after early exit

    Indians right fielder Mike Aviles exited Monday's 12-1 loss to the Tigers after diving and landing hard in the first inning. Manager Terry Francona said the right fielder, who played three innings before exiting, passed a concussion test and will be looked at again Tuesday.

  • Giambi activated as part of Indians' roster moves

    The Indians made a series of expected roster moves Monday, as the roster expanded to 40 players. Those moves included activating 20-year Major League veteran Jason Giambi from the 60-day disabled list.

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  • The Grand Slam: Cardinals take over first place in NL Central from Brewers (Big League Stew)

  • Price, Cabrera lead Tigers to 12-1 rout of Indians (The Associated Press)

    David Price would like to forget everything about Aug. 27, maybe the ugliest game of his career. Price bounced back from an alarming start and Miguel Cabrera homered twice, hitting one of Detroit's three homers off Cleveland's Corey Kluber, as the Tigers rolled to a 12-1 win on Monday to slow the Indians' climb in the standings. ''That left a bad taste in my mouth.'' Cabrera hit a two-run homer in the first inning off Kluber (13-9) and Victor Martinez and J.D. Martinez connected for consecutive shots in the third off Cleveland's ace. ''His bat's not broken.'' Rookie Tyler Collins hit his first major league homer, a three-run shot in the ninth, as the Tigers pounded out a season-high 20 hits.

  • Tigers-Indians Preview (The Associated Press)

    Miguel Cabrera returned with a bang as the Detroit Tigers took the opener of this four-game set. Looking to keep pace in the AL Central race, Cabrera and the Tigers go for a fifth consecutive road win over the Indians on Tuesday night. Who knows, maybe this is a flash point for him." Victor Martinez and J.D. Martinez also went deep as the Tigers (75-62) remained neck-and-neck with Kansas City for the division lead. Cabrera is batting .423 with three homers, seven doubles, 10 RBIs and 12 runs in 13 games against the Indians this year.

  • Jason Giambi returns to Indians (The Associated Press)

    Jason Giambi's long career, the highs and lows and everything in-between, has brought the slugger back to his beginnings. ''I guess I've come full circle,'' the Indians slugger said. When Giambi broke in with the Oakland Athletics 21 years ago he was given No. 72 and a locker near Hall of Famer Goose Gossage, one of the most intimidating closers in history. ''Turns out he was a teddy bear and we became close friends.'' Giambi, who also missed time this season with a broken rib and strained calf, needed a new number after surrendering No. 25 to former Indians star Jim Thome, who signed a one-day contract to officially retirie with Cleveland earlier this season when the club unveiled a statue in his honor.

  • The Grand Slam: Mariners survive two Bryce Harper home runs (Big League Stew)