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Le 5 juillet 2017, 05:03 dans Humeurs 0

Tribe hoping to find footing, consistency The Indians arrived at Coors Field this week having heard all about the young and hungry Rockies. Over the past two days, Colorado showed the Tribe what the hype was all about, shutting Cleveland's offense down and piling up the runs against the Indians' pitchers. One year ago, that is what the Tribe did to other teams. The Indians were the surprise contender, and they shocked baseball all the way to a division crown and an American League pennant. In the wake of an 8-1 loss on Wednesday, Cleveland still looks like it is waiting for that old magic to show up again. "I hope we're not waiting for it, because then it's not going to come," Indians relief ace Andrew Miller said. "That's not the way it Cleveland Indians Jerseys works. We're fortunate that it's a long season. I think there's 25 people in here, there's a staff that believes we have better baseball ahead of us. But we've got to play it. We're not doing it right now." In Cleveland's two-game stop in the Mile High City, the Rockies Jason Kipnis Jersey outscored the Tribe, 19-4, and they forced manager Terry Francona to make 12 strolls to the mound for a pitching chage. In Wednesday's loss, righty Trevor Bauer was gone after giving up four runs in 3 1/3 innings, and that followed a four-inning start for Mike Clevinger in Tuesday's 11-3 loss. Overall, the Indians' bullpen logged more innings (8 2/3) and pitches (164) than the rotation (162 pitches in 7 1/3 frames). While the pitchers were being trounced, Cleveland's hitters were being shut down. In the two defeats, the Tribe scored all four runs on homers, with the lone breakthrough on Wednesday being a seventh-inning solo shot from Jose Ramirez. Jose Ramirez launches a solo home run to center field in the top of the 7th inning for the Indians' Andrew Miller Jerseys first run of the game That is not the brand of baseball that propelled the Indians to the top of the AL Central last year. "It's like we have to hope some nights," Francona said. "We need to go out and play the baseball we know how to play and dictate the pace of the game. ... The only thing we're really consistent in is being inconsistent. In our game, if something comes up short, you usually pay for it. Either we make an error, or the starting pitching doesn't Francisco Lindor Jerseys go deep, or we don't get any hits. "What I really care about more than anything is our ability to just value how important every game is, and leave it out on the field. If it's not good enough, then we'll come back tomorrow. If we do that, we're going to be OK." Bryan Shaw induces a 4-6-3 double play with the bases loaded to end the bottom of the 5th inning, keeping the score at 4-0 After posting a 1-4 record on this road trip through Kansas City and Denver, the Indians will have the chance to gather themselves during Thursday's off-day ahead of a six-game homestand. Maybe the past six days can serve as a kind of wake-up call for a Tribe club that has struggled to find its footing to Jason Kipnis Jerseys date. The good news is that the Indians -- coming off a World Series appearance -- know the talent exists within its clubhouse. "Other teams, they don't care what we did last year," Miller said. "They don't care what we were picked in the preseason, or what people think of us now, or what the experts are still talking about. We have to go out there and win games, and we're not doing it as often as we think we should right now. And, if we want people to change their opinion on that, we've got to go out there and do it." I want to buy one? Welcome to our store

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Le 24 juin 2017, 05:04 dans Humeurs 0

Francona returns after minor health scare Indians manager Terry Francona Corey Kluber Jerseys was back at Progressive Field on Wednesday, and planned on returning to the dugout after a minor health scare one night earlier. In the eighth inning of Tuesday's 7-5 loss to the Dodgers, Francona retreated to the clubhouse after feeling ill, and had bench coach Brad Mills manage the remainder of the game. Mills also handled the postgame media session for Francona, who was later taken to a local hospital, where he received fluids intravenously. Francona was doing much better ahead of Wednesday's game. "Embarrassed," said Francona, when asked how he was feeling. "Last night, I was having a hard time during the game. I was light-headed, more than normal, and my heart was, I knew it was going too fast. ... I was having Roberto Perez jerseys a hard time, so I finally came inside, because I was like, 'Man, something's not right.' So, they end up taking me to the hospital, gave me a bunch of IVs. They did a bunch of tests. "They even checked my brain, and they didn't find anything, which did not surprise me." Roberto Perez jerseys Kidding aside, Francona was glad it was Cleveland Indians Jerseys nothing other than dehydration. "I checked out," he said. "You show up the next day and you're more embarrassed than anything, and now I'm beat up. And I got to go with the [ambulance] lights on to the hospital, so that was a treat." Tuesday's incident did not seem as serious as last season, when Francona experienced chest discomfort during a pregame interview with reporters and then missed Cleveland's Aug. 9 game against the Nationals. After Mills filled in for that game last summer, Francona returned the next day after passing a series of tests. Francona experienced a similar issue while managing the Red Sox on April 6, 2005, and was taken to a hospital in New York after what was described as "stiffness" in his chest. Mills, who was also Francona's bench coach in Boston at that time, filled in as the manager then as well. In fall 2002, Francona also dealt with chest pains, though that was the result of a blood clot that was in his lungs. The manager was hospitalized for four days during that episode after suffering a pulmonary embolism on each side of his lungs. That health incident resulted in permanent damage to Francona's circulation. "Obviously, his health is the most important to us," Indians outfielder Daniel Robertson said. "We don't go anywhere without him. He is the Mike Napoli Jerseys heart and soul of us." Prior to their game against the Dodgers on Wednesday, the Indians scratched second baseman Jason Kipnis from the lineup because of neck spasms. Kipnis was slated to hit leadoff. Utility man Erik Gonzalez will take his place at second and hit ninth. Center fielder Bradley Zimmer, who was initially set to bat ninth, moved to the leadoff spot in the lineup. I want to buy one? Welcome to our store

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Le 3 juin 2017, 05:03 dans Humeurs 0

Guyer makes catch at wall: Before the ninth-inning drama, the closest the Tigers came to a late-inning rally was an eighth-inning line drive from Nicholas Castellanos to the right-field wall. What looked like an extra-base hit and the tying run in scoring position became the second out of the inning thanks to a leaping catch from Brandon Guyer, who crashed into the wall. It was one of two well-struck liners from Castellanos that went for outs. Brandon Mike Napoli Jersey Guyer makes a great leaping grab and crashes into the wall in right field to rob Nicholas Castellanos of a hit in the 8th inning "He has hit a lot of balls hard," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "His [.255] average is well below what it normally would be." "Tonight Roberto Perez jerseys shows me as much as anything. We saw it last year plenty of times. We know what he can do when he's on, when he has location and everything is working. He's been like that all year. This was the first time we've seen him go out and be searching. The fact that he can get through those innings and find a way is honestly probably a better trait than anything else he's got." -- Indians relief ace Andrew Miller, on Allen's save Andrew Miller strikes out four over two innings of relief, allowing just one hit in the Indians' 3-2 win over the Tigers Tigers second baseman Ian Mike Napoli Jerseys Kinsler left the game after six innings with left hamstring tightness. Kinsler grounded into a fielder's choice to Corey Kluber Jerseys end the fifth, but he stayed in at second base for the sixth. Andrew Romine replaced him at second to begin the seventh. Ausmus said after the game that he hadn't spoken to Kinsler, but would have an update Thursday. Miguel Cabrera tried an aggressive play on the bases in his second game back from the disabled list, but saw it backfire. Cabrera, who missed a week and a half with a right groin strain, took off for third base on Martinez's fourth-inning grounder to shortstop Francisco Lindor, but Carlos Santana fired across the infield. Cabrera pointed his finger and shook his head at umpire Chris Guccione's call that Ramirez tagged him out at third trying to advance. But a two-minute, 38-second review couldn't definitively determine whether Cabrera beat the tag. The call stood, erasing a key baserunner in scoring position. Carlos Santana makes a strong throw to third to nab Miguel Cabrera attempting to advance, and the call stands after the Tigers challenge "I was worried about him when he was running in the game until that point," Ausmus said. "When he took off there, I knew he was fine." "I thought the whole play was good," Francona said. "I thought Frankie did a good job of stopping him. Carlos had a little bit of a double clutch, but it was a real strong throw. You don't see a lot of first basemen make throws like that. I thought it was a good play all around." In the fifth inning, the Indians challenged a ruling at second base, but that call also stood after a replay review. Collins moved up from first on a flyout to left by Alex Avila, sliding into second as the shortstop Lindor applied a tag. Cleveland challenged whether Collins came off the bag while Lindor had his glove on the runner. Collins was deemed safe after the review, and he then scored Cleveland Indians Jerseys on a single by Adduci. I want to buy one? Welcome to our store

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