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Kluber done in by two Gregorius homers The Indians had a deciding Francisco Lindor Jerseys Game 5 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan on their home field with their best starter, the AL Cy Young Award favorite, on the mound. They couldn't have asked for a much better scenario. Whether Corey Kluber was at his best health was a subject for discussion in the moments after Wednesday's 5-2 loss to the Yankees ended the Tribe's postseason dream earlier than expected. But even at less than full strength, they wouldn't take anybody else with a World Series run on the line. "You know what, I think he's Jason Kipnis Jerseys fighting a lot," manager Terry Francona said, "and I think you also have to respect the fact that guy wants to go out there, and he's our horse. And sometimes it doesn't work." Against most of the Yanks' lineup, it seemed to work. Against Didi Gregorius, it was trouble. After allowing six runs over 2 2/3 innings in Game 2 on Friday, Kluber hinted he might have found a mechanical issue. But like Game 2, he suffered from Manny Ramirez Jerseys a pair of home runs. This time, they came from one hitter. "I made two mistakes to Didi," Kluber said. "I put two Francisco Lindor Jerseys balls right into his bat path, and he's a good hitter. He hit two home runs. That's really what stands out. It ended up being the difference." Kluber was a strike away from retiring the Yankees in order in the opening inning when he paid dearly for missing his spot on a 1-2 fastball. Though catcher Roberto Perez put his mitt high and outside, Kluber left the pitch middle-in. "Not taking anything away from the possible Cy Young winner, but I'm always looking for a fastball," Gregorius said. "He threw me a really nasty cutter, swing and miss. Then after that, he tried to come Cleveland Indians Jerseys in with another fastball with two strikes, and I ended up putting a really good swing on it." Gregorius sent it a Statcast-projected 375 feet down the right-field line for a 1-0 lead. Kluber thwarted a two-out rally in the second inning by retiring Todd Frazier, but he faced Gregorius again in the third with a runner on first following Brett Gardner's leadoff single. Gregorius fouled off a pitch and got a curveball -- a pitch Kluber struggled with in Game 2 but used heavily early in Game 5 -- over the plate. With two outs and two runners on, Corey Kluber gets Todd Frazier to fly out to right field to end the top of the 2nd inning "I tried to backdoor one," Kluber said, "and he did a good job of going out there and getting it before it broke down." I want to buy one? Welcome to our store http://www.clevelandindiansshop.us.

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 Corey Kluber Jerseys Francisco Lindor Jerseys and Seattle Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Tribe prospects sample big league experience While Shane Bieber ran out of the center-field bullpen toward the mound at Progressive Field on Tuesday, his walkup music blared across the ballpark. Corey Kluber Jerseys When the right-handed starting pitcher looked up at the giant scoreboard in left field, he read his name and saw his picture. The experience for Bieber (ranked by MLBPipeline.com as Cleveland's No. 11 prospect) was on hand as a part of the Indians' Fall Developmental Program. There were not any fans in attendance and the Indians were away in the midst of a six-game West Coast road trip through Anaheim Corey Kluber Jerseys Francisco Lindor Jerseys and Seattle, but the magnitude of the experience was not lost on the club's budding stars. "They told us to not take it for granted," Bieber said. "Try to look up, look at the stands, look at the scoreboard and try it soak it in and realize that it's going to help when your Major League debut comes." Although the program is an annual event for the franchise's top prospects, the timing was impeccable for the 31 participating players -- which included 17 of the Tribe's top 30 prospects. The program comes on the heels of the Indians' American League-record 22-game winning streak and clinching of the AL Central title. "It's awesome," said Brady Aiken, Cleveland's No. 24 prospect. "It's good to be here and be in the environment. Hopefully in a few years, this is where I'll be." The Minor Leaguers in the program had the opportunity to spend time with the team during its recent weekend series against the Royals. Each player met and interacted with players, coaches and other Cleveland Indians Jerseys members of the organization, got to spend time in the clubhouse and were able to observe the big leaguers during their pregame routines. "There's no better messaging than the messaging that comes from our players," assistant general manager Carter Hawkins said. "And, ideally, that lines up with us and our messaging 100 percent of the time. It's really nice when it does." For right-hander Trison McKenzie (Indians' No. 2 prospect and MLBPipeline.com's No. 20 overall), it was a thrill to experience a winning culture at the highest level. "It's a great honor," McKenzie said. "We got to come here a little earlier, and I got to experience the win streak and the city of Cleveland, and it was just great to be around that and know that that could be in my future and that I could be a part of this city and that I could be a part of this team." Prior to meeting with reporters on Tuesday, Indians' No. 8 prospect Will Benson Jason Kipnis Jerseys said that he and No. 5 prospect Nolan Jones spent time in the Tribe's clubhouse. He said some of the lockers still had champagne bottles in them after the Indians celebrated the AL Central crown on Sunday. Additionally, Benson said seeing Francisco Mejia and Greg Allen -- both of whom were a part of last year's program -- contributing to the Tribe's success has helped him believe that he will one day be able to help the club. "To see [Allen] go up there and succeed is such an inspiration to me, and I'm sure a lot of other guys that he's touched along the way," Benson said. "Just to see [he and Mejia] go up there and be very impactful just kind of shows the foundation that the Indians have. They really go to their farm system, and they use those guys. They reward them with the hard work that they put in." I want to buy one? Welcome to our store http://www.clevelandindians12.com.

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Francona Francisco Lindor Jersey keeps things loose with DJ, Jason Kipnis Jersey hoops Music was blaring inside the visitors' clubhouse as Indians players arrived at Kauffman Stadium on Friday afternoon. The handful who made their way to the park early were gathered around a Pop-A-Shot basketball hoop, and were engaged in a heated competition hours before their game against the Royals. Welcome to Club Tito. "It's just fun," rookie Bradley Zimmer said with a smile. "At first, I was like, 'What is going on?' But I think it's a great idea." Indians manager Terry Francona was the man behind the loose pregame environment, which will continue on throughout the weekend series. On the final leg of a four-city, 11-game road trip -- one that included a doubleheader on Thursday night at Target Andrew Miller Jersey Field -- the goal was to inject some energy into the room. Francona said he came up with the plan to hire a DJ for the clubhouse, and to add the arcade-style hoop, during a conversation with bench coach Brad Mills Andrew Miller Jersey in the second game of Thursday's twin bill. "We were all getting a little tired," Francona said. "It's just kind of our way of showing them that, one, we acknowledge the fact that they're out there playing so much, but also that we care. ... The game is the most important thing, and that's where you want your energy. But in the meantime, I don't think it hurts to have a little bit of fun." Zimmer, who is 6-foot-5 and has a wingspan built for basketball, looked like he had an advantage over his teammates. The outfielder could practically reach the hoop as he flipped basketball after basketball through the net. "I'm trying to hustle them over there," Zimmer quipped. The players were holding a competition to see who could sink the most shots in a certain amount of time, and pitcher Trevor Bauer toyed with the hoop's counter to make sure it was keeping an accurate score. Joked Francona: "My guess is Trevor will play until he wins." Francona, who got in on the action as well, noted that pitcher Danny Salazar was surprisingly good. "I don't know how Danny got what he got," Francona said with a laugh. "I couldn't even shoot that many times. That was funny to see kind of everybody get involved." Zimmer said the pregame additions were just the latest example of Francona's ability to create a great environment for his players. "His reputation kind of speaks for itself," Zimmer said. "He's done such a great job. Everyone Cleveland Indians Jerseys thinks very highly of him, including myself. As a manager, just being around him in the clubhouse, as a friend almost, he's been awesome to play for." I want to buy one? Welcome to our store http://www.clevelandindians.us.com.

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Meijia, McKenzie move up on Top 100 list The Indians organization is well represented in MLBPipeline.com's Midseason Top Jason Kipnis Jerseys 100 Prospects list released on Tuesday, as Francisco Mejia and Triston McKenzie have once again been ranked among the top prospects in baseball. After beginning the season as the No. 40 overall prospect, Mejia jumped up to No. 16 in the latest rankings. Mejia, 21, has been heralded as one of the top developing prospects after making headlines with his 50-game hitting streak in the Minors last season. This season with Double-A Akron, the switch-hitting catcher has posted a .322/.370/.531 slash line with 10 homers, 17 doubles and 36 RBIs. Meanwhile, McKenzie also made a significant jump on the list. The right-handed pitcher moved up to No. 24 from No. 77. The 19-year-old has gone 9-4 with a 2.86 ERA and 134 strikeouts against 35 walks in 18 starts (103 2/3 innings) for Class A Advanced Lynchburg this season. Notable players not on this list for Cleveland include center fielder Bradley Zimmer -- ranked 22nd among the top 100 prospects in the Andrew Miller Jerseys preseason list -- who has played with the Indians since being recalled from Triple-A Columbus on May 16 and is no longer eligible. In addition, first baseman Bobby Bradley has dropped out of the top 100. Bradley was ranked No. 95 in the preseason list. With Zimmer -- the Indians No. 1 prospect in the preseason -- in the Majors, Mejia, McKenzie and Bradley are now the team's top three prospects, respectively. Shortstop Yu-Cheng Chang is ranked fourth (No. 11 preseason), and third baseman Nolan Jones is fifth (No. 6 preseason), rounding out Cleveland's top five in the midseason rankings. Other notable players on the Indians' list include third baseman/outfielder Yandy Diaz Cleveland Indians Jerseys improving to No. 6 from No. 10, outfielder Wil Benson dropping to No. 9 from No. 7, and left-hander Francisco Lindor Jerseys Brady Aiken -- who underwent Tommy John surgery in 2015 after being selected No. 1 overall in 2014 -- falling from No. 5 to No. 25. Six of the Indians' 2017 Draft picks cracked the organization's top 30 rankings. The Tribe's top two picks in this Jason Kipnis Jersey year's Draft, outfielder Quentin Holmes (pick No. 64) and shortstop Tyler Freeman (pick No. 71), were ranked seventh and 19th, respectively. The other four Draft selections ranked were Ernie Clement (15th), James Karinchak (16th), Johnathan Rodriguez (24th) and Mike Rivera (27th). Additionally, two of Cleveland's international prospects signed on July 2 were included in the organization's top 30, as outfielder George Valera (26th) and shortstop Aaron Bracho (29th) made the cut. The ranking of baseball's top prospects is done by MLBPipeline.com Draft and prospect experts Jonathan Mayo, Jim Callis and Mike Rosenbaum, who compile input from industry sources, including scouts and scouting directors. It is based on analysis of players' skill sets, upsides, proximity to the Majors and potential immediate impact to their teams. Only players with rookie status are eligible for the list. Players who were at least 23 years old when they signed and played in leagues deemed to be professional (Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Cuba) are not eligible. I want to buy one? Welcome to our store http://www.clevelandindians.us.com.

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