Pitching on a slippery mound, Michael Lorenzen made a couple of mistakes and ended up with another loss.
Cody Allen came on to protect a two-run lead for Danny Salazar in the ninth inning and never got the third out. The last of his 29 pitches w…
J.J. Hoover had allowed only a pair of homers all season. No. 3 came at a very bad time.
Between Carlos Carrasco’s stellar pitching and one timely swing by rookie Giovanny Urshela, the Cleveland Indians pulled out a victory that …
Anthony DeSclafani has figured out how to handle the Cardinals – go right at them.
Staked to a three-run lead before he ever threw a pitch, Corey Kluber couldn’t hold it.
The Reds activated left-handed reliever Manny Parra off the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday before the first game of a series against the St…
The Cleveland Indians are having trouble scoring runs. It could get a lot worse if All-Star Jason Kipnis is put on the disabled list.
Bryan Price thinks the heated rivalry between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati is a credit to the pitching.
Carlos Carrasco made a few adjustments between starts and it made all the difference.
Brandon Phillips didn’t realize he had done something very rare.
After whiffing on Cole Hamels, the San Francisco Giants got starter Mike Leake from the Cincinnati Reds for a pair of prospects on Thursday …
The Reds may have finally figured out the secret to beating the Cardinals at Busch Stadium: Don’t let them score.
CLEVELAND (AP) – Brandon Moss was sorry to see close friend David Murphy traded earlier this week by the Indians. Now he’s gone, too. Moss w…
CLEVELAND (AP) – The Cleveland Indians found the perfect way to avoid a winless homestand. Corey Kluber took a shutout into the ninth, and r…
The team meeting was supposed to clear the air and change things. A day later, the Indians looked like the same lost team.
The Cincinnati Reds had Lance Lynn in trouble early, loading the bases with nobody out in the third inning and their cleanup man due up.
A lost weekend for the Cleveland Indians ended in a closed-door meeting with manager Terry Francona.
Carlos Gonzalez’s bat is officially scorching. His demand may be heating up, too, as the trade deadline draws closer.
A .349 hitter with runners in scoring position, Michael Brantley doesn’t mind sharing the sharing the reason for his success at the plate.