The Cleveland team has agreed to a 15-year lease extension, keeping it at Progressive Field through 2036, and is planning $435 million in renovations to the downtown ballpark.
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Who is rising and falling as the dust settles from a flurry of deals?
— George Springer had four hits, including the 42nd leadoff home run of his career, and Steven Matz pitched six shutout innings as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 8-6 on Wednesday night.
Major League Baseball will open the 2022 season on March 31 and will try for the fourth time to have every team play its first game on the same day for the first time since 1968.
How did the wildest, most thrilling flurry of deals we've seen in ages change the fortunes of your favorite team?
— Hyun Jin Ryu pitched seven solid innings in his first start for Toronto on Canadian soil, George Springer and Teoscar Hernandez homered and the Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 7-2 on Tuesday night.
— Jose Ramirez homered to cap a three-run 10th inning and the Cleveland Indians beat the Blue Jays 5-2 Monday, snapping Toronto’s four-game winning streak.
— Brian Goodwin homered with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Chicago White Sox a 2-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday.
In his 18th game in the majors -- a loss to the Indians -- unheralded White Sox rookie Seby Zavala, 27, had a night to remember Saturday in Chicago, becoming the first player in MLB history to hit his first three career home runs in the same game.
— White Sox rookie Seby Zavala hit the first three home runs of his career, including a grand slam, but the Cleveland Indians rallied to beat Chicago 12-11 on Saturday night.
— Tim Anderson delivered a tiebreaking single, José Abreu was hit in the head by a pitch with the bases loaded and the Chicago White Sox rallied for two runs in the eighth inning to top the Cleveland Indians 6-4 on Friday night after acquiring...
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The Indians made another trade just before the deadline Friday, sending reliever Phil Maton to the AL West-leading Houston Astros for outfielder Myles Straw.
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The Braves revamped their outfield Friday, acquiring Adam Duvall from the Marlins and Eddie Rosario from the Indians.
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona is stepping down for the remainder of this season to address some lingering health issues.
The AL Central leaders traded within their division, acquiring underrated Cesar Hernandez from Cleveland. How much does the deal help their October hopes?
The Chicago White Sox acquired second baseman Cesar Hernandez and reliever Ryan Tepera in separate trades.
Who is rising and falling on our list ahead of Friday's 4 p.m. ET trade deadline?
The Washington Football Team will monitor any roadblocks that Cleveland encounters with its new name, the Guardians, in the hopes of learning lessons and what to avoid in the future, team president Jason Wright said.
— Some batters hit for the cycle. Indians slugger Franmil Reyes nearly hit the cyclist.
— Adam Wainwright won in his first appearance at Progressive Field, Paul DeJong hit a go-ahead homer and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cleveland Indians 4-2 Tuesday night.