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  • After meeting, Tribe gets energy but not win

    One team meeting was not going to miraculously turn around the Indians' season, especially with two-plus months remaining on the schedule. For at least one game, Cleveland could at least claim that there was a renewed energy among the players in the home dugout.

  • Tribe weighing options before Trade Deadline

    With the non-waiver Trade Deadline approaching on Friday, it remains unclear whether the Indians view themselves as buyers or sellers. It could be both, as recent reports have indicated.

  • Kipnis says players need to be accountable

    Jason Kipnis wanted to make something clear on Monday afternoon. When the Indians' second baseman spoke about accountability within the team after Sunday's loss against the White Sox, Kipnis was in no way being critical of manager Terry Francona.

  • Bauer aiming to bounce back in clash against KC

    Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer (8-7, 4.29 ERA) will square off against Royals righty Chris Young (8-6, 3.32) when the American League Central rivals square off in the middle game on Tuesday night at Progressive Field.

  • Santana, Lindor homers aren't enough vs. KC

    The Royals belted two homers, including a three-run shot by Eric Hosmer in the first inning as part of his four-RBI night, in a 9-4 victory over the Indians on Monday night at Progressive Field.

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  • Kris Bryant hits first career walk-off homer to give Cubs dramatic win (Big League Stew)

    Take a look around the league with Big League Stew's daily wrap up. We'll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats. Kris Bryant, the much-heralded Chicago Cubs rookie, has experienced a number of firsts this season. But Monday night might have been most thrilling of them. Bryant crushed a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth, erasing a one-run deficit and giving the Cubs a 9-8 victory over the Colorado Rockies. [ Play a Daily Fantasy contest for cash today! ] Yep, the ol' walk-off homer. It was the first of Bryant's young career, and as you can see, he and his teammates made the moment memorable. The Wrigley Field crowd, of course, loved every second too. "The last three or four games, I've hit five or six to the warning track and that's obviously frustrating," Bryant told reporters after the game . "I believe in baseball gods and I believe they pay you back, and I guess I got one today. It worked out for us. It was a really good win, that's for sure."

  • Baseball-Highlights of Monday's MLB games (Reuters)

    (Adds later games) July 27 (The Sport Xchange) - Highlights of Monday's Major League Baseball games. - - - Royals 9, Indians 4 Eric Hosmer had three hits, including a home run and four RBIs, and Kendrys Morales had three hits and three RBIs as the Kansas City Royals routed the Cleveland Indians 9-4 at Progressive Field. Hosmer's three-run home run in the first inning off right-hander Cody Anderson set the tone, and the Royals rolled over the reeling Indians.

  • Royals-Indians Preview (The Associated Press)

    The Kansas City Royals are looking for Johnny Cueto to make an impact in the postseason but his presence will first be felt in the starting rotation. Chris Young makes his case to remain among the starters Tuesday night when the Royals attempt to send the Cleveland Indians to their longest home losing streak in 40 years. Kansas City (60-38) has matched the best start in franchise history through 98 games, set in 1976 and equaled four years later.

  • Hosmer drives in 4 as Royals roll over Indians 9-4 (The Associated Press)

    After celebrating with handshakes and high-fives, the Royals walked off the field as dozens of blue-clad Kansas City backers lined the rows behind their first-base dugout. Downtrodden for so many years, these Royals are being treated like rock stars. Eric Hosmer drove in four runs, Kendrys Morales added three RBIs and the Royals opened a 10-game trip with a 9-4 victory over the spiraling Cleveland Indians on Monday night.

  • Cueto to make his debut for Royals on Friday (The Associated Press)

    Johnny Cueto hasn't officially joined the Royals yet, but the ace's presence is already being felt. Cueto, acquired Sunday in a trade with Cincinnati, will meet his new teammates for the first time Tuesday and make his debut for Kansas City on Friday in Toronto. The Royals sent left-handers Brandon Finnegan, John Lamb and Cody Reed to the Reds for Cueto, who won 20 games last season and will instantly move to the top of Kansas City's rotation.