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  • Kluber records historic 'Maddux' in shutout

    Corey Kluber turned in another dominant performance on Wednesday night, needing just 85 pitches to throw a complete game shutout in the Tribe's 2-0 win over the Mariners.

  • Tribe farmhands follow Kluber's lead

    As Corey Kluber was spinning a three-hit shutout Wednesday against the Mariners at Progressive Field, the Indians' top Minor League affiliates were getting superb pitching of their own. Tyler Cloyd threw a no-hitter at Triple-A Columbus and Double-A Akron shut out Bowie.

  • McAllister sets out to secure series win in finale vs. Mariners

    Mariners right-hander Chris Young continues his outstanding comeback season as he goes for his 10th win of the season in Thursday's series finale with the Indians, taking on Cleveland's Zach McAllister.

  • Kluber shuts out Mariners on just 85 pitches

    Corey Kluber took the mound for the Tribe opposite Seattle ace Felix Hernandez and delivered a stellar shuout, leading the Indians to a 2-0 victory at Progressive Field on Wednesday night.

  • Tribe adds Ramsey to talented outfield prospect pool

    Leading up to Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline, manager Terry Francona emphasized the organization's desire to acquire young, controllable talent. The Tribe did just that on Wednesday when it picked up the outfield prospect James Ramsey from the Cardinals in exchange for right-hander Justin Masterson.

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  • Cardinals take Masterson from Indians ahead of deadline (Reuters)

    (Reuters) - The St Louis Cardinals beefed up their rotation for the second half of the season by acquiring starting pitcher Justin Masterson from the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday. The Cardinals sent a minor league outfielder to the Indians in exchange for the 29-year-old right-hander on the penultimate day for Major League trades this season. Masterson, who was due to become a free agent at the end of the season, arrives in St Louis in the midst of a fairly disappointing campaign, posting a 4-6 record with a 5.51 ERA. The Cardinals (56-49) trail first-place Milwaukee by just two games in the National League Central and are locked in a heated divisional race.

  • Mariners-Indians Preview (The Associated Press)

    The Cleveland Indians' trade of opening-day starter Justin Masterson could be viewed as the club conceding its season after falling into third place in the AL Central following a difficult stretch. Cleveland contends that's not the case, but it puts added pressure on pitchers like Zach McAllister to make up for Masterson's absence in the rotation. McAllister takes the mound Thursday night as the Indians host the Seattle Mariners looking to take two of three in the series. Cleveland (53-54) had lost seven of nine heading into Wednesday's contest with Seattle, and earlier in the day it traded Masterson to St. Louis for Double-A outfielder James Ramsey.

  • Kluber outpitches Hernandez in 2-0 win (The Associated Press)

    Corey Kluber threw a three-hitter to outpitch Felix Hernandez for his first career shutout and Cleveland defeated the Seattle Mariners 2-0. ''Obviously, it's a challenge going up against one of the best pitchers in the game,'' Kluber said. ''We all look forward to challenges so it's nice to come out on top.'' Kluber's outstanding performance came hours after the Indians traded opening-day starter Justin Masterson to St. Louis. Kluber was so dominating, manager Terry Francona never had a reliever warm up.

  • Indians ace trumps Mariners with three-hitter (The SportsXchange)

    In a marquee pitching matchup that lived up to the hype, Cleveland's Corey Kluber came out on top. The Indians right-hander fired an 85-pitch three-hitter in a duel with ace right-hander Felix Hernandez to beat the Seattle Mariners 2-0 on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. The way Felix was throwing the only way to beat him was the way Corey threw," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "That was fun," Kluber said of the matchup with Hernandez.

  • Indians trade Justin Masterson to Cardinals (The Associated Press)

    The Indians had little choice but to give up Justin Masterson. ''We will never raise the white flag,'' Cleveland manager Terry Francona said. Anybody who stands next to me in the dugout knows that will never happen.'' Protecting themselves in case the 29-year-old Masterson left as a free agent after the season, the Indians traded the right-hander on Wednesday to the St. Louis Cardinals. The trade of Masterson could be followed by other moves by the Indians, who entered Wednesday 6 1-2 games behind first-place Detroit in the AL Central and in a scramble with five other teams for the league's second wild-card spot.