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  • Indians go 1-for-2 in replay challenges vs. Royals

    The Indians won a crucial challenge at first base in the bottom of the 11th inning against the Royals on Thursday night. But Tribe manager Terry Francona couldn't make it 2-for-2 on his second challenge in the 14th inning.

  • Moustakas notches 'Little League homer' vs. Tribe

    Mike Moustakas crossed home plate giddy and bemused, with a group of Royals waiting to greet him atop the steps of the dugout. Indians starter Corey Kluber stood idly behind home plate, a perplexed look on his face as he attempted to contemplate what he had just witnessed.

  • Francona hopeful Asdrubal returns this weekend

    Indians manager Terry Francona is optimistic that shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera will be able to return to the lineup before the end of this weekend's series against the Royals.

  • Francona: Masterson returning to form as good as trade

    The Indians believe that a having a healthy Justin Masterson for the final two months of the season could have a similar impact as adding an arm via a trade.

  • Indians turn to Tomlin in matchup against KC's Ventura

    Yordano Ventura was stellar the last time he took on the Indians, but the young right-hander has otherwise had little luck on the mound this month. Tribe right-hander Josh Tomlin will match up with Ventura on Friday night in Kansas City.

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  • Cleveland's Ryan Raburn makes possibly most errant throw ever (Big League Stew)

    To be fair, outfielder Ryan Raburn of the Cleveland Indians made a terrific attempt on a fly ball to left hit by Mike Moustakas of the Kansas City Royals in the bottom of the eighth inning Thursday night. What happened after Raburn's dive was cruelly unfair. Raburn dived in fair territory and, though he couldn't come up with the catch, kept the ball in front of him and appeared to contain Moustakas to a double. But, as you can see from the Vine above recorded by @MonteTheColorMan, Raburn's throw was a disaster, spiked into the ground about a body lenghth away on the warning track. It rolled into left field — where nobody else on the Indians was. Alertly, Moustakas started running again and the Tribe was helpless to do anything about it. Score it a double and an error on Raburn. The brief shot of Indians right-hander Corey Kluber standing there, expressionless, was a perfect addition to the moment's composition. Kluber had taken a perfect game into the seventh, but had gotten no offensive support. And then this happened to break a scoreless tie. Here's another angle: From here, it almost appeared that Raburn caught the back of his hand on the fence, but the spike was all him. Instinct told Raburn to rush the ball back into the infield, but throwing toward second base — where Moustakas already had advanced — made no sense. So he tried to stop. From the Associated Press : Raburn was miffed about how the play unfolded. ''It was a freak play,'' he said. ''I was trying to hold up. I saw our infielders going toward third, and I tried to hold up. I couldn't and of course the ball rolls halfway to center field.'' It's also reasonable that Indians center fielder Michael Brantley should have come over to back up Raburn on the play, especially given the known treachery of playing the corners at Kauffman Stadium. But Raburn was on his own. The Indians tied the score with two outs in the ninth but Kansas City came back to win 2-1 in 14 innings. More MLB coverage at Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - David Brown is an editor for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at rdbrown@yahoo-inc.com and follow him on Twitter! Follow @AnswerDave

  • Tigers' Scherzer tops Angels for 12th win (The SportsXchange)

    Thursday's game between Detroit and Los Angeles was billed as a premier pitching matchup between two 11-game winners -- the Angels' Garrett Richards and the Tigers' Max Scherzer. However, the Angels and Tigers also happen to be two of the best-hitting teams in the American League. In the end, it was third baseman Nick Castellanos' two-run double in the sixth inning that gave the Tigers the lead for good in a 6-4 victory.

  • Indians-Royals Preview (The Associated Press)

    Following one of the worst performances of his career, Yordano Ventura should be eager to face the Cleveland Indians. Ventura looks to continue his mastery of the Indians and help the Kansas City Royals to a fourth straight win Friday night at Kauffman Stadium. Since reeling off 10 consecutive wins last month for a brief stay atop the AL Central, the Royals (51-50) have lost 18 of 30. Nori Aoki singled home Lorenzo Cain for the winning run, lifting Kansas City to its seventh win in eight home meetings against Cleveland.

  • Aoki knocks in winner as Royals top Indians in extras (The SportsXchange)

    It took 14 innings, but the Kansas City Royals pulled out a victory over the Cleveland Indians. Nori Aoki singled home the winning run in the 14th inning as the Kansas City Royals topped the Cleveland Indians 2-1 Thursday night. "It was huge," Royals manager Ned Yost said. The Royals (51-50) won their third consecutive game and moved a half-game above the Indians in the American League Central.

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

    Highlights of Thursday's Major League Baseball Games - - Royals 2, Indians 1 (14 innings) Nori Aoki singled home the winning run in the 14th inning as the Kansas City Royals topped the Cleveland Indians 2-1. The Royals (51-50) won their third consecutive game and moved a half-game above the Indians in the American League Central as Cleveland (51-51) lost for the fourth time in five games. Indians right-hander Corey Kluber limited the Royals to two hits and one unearned run over nine innings, striking out 10 and walking none. - - Yankees 4, Rangers 2 Brandon McCarthy pitched six innings and the New York Yankees held on for a 4-2 victory over the Texas Rangers.