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2/27/2015 | All eyes on Urshela in first big league camp after breakout '14

Giovanny Urshela, a rising star in the Indians' farm system, has drawn a lot of attention in his first Major League Spring Training after a breakout season in 2014.

2/27/2015 | Chisenhall seeks to improve consistency at plate

Indians third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall doesn't want to see a repeat of the tailspin he experienced in the second half of 2014, when he followed up a torrid first few months at the plate with a long slump.

2/27/2015 | Ex-Indians Hafner, McDonald report to camp as instructors

Ex-Indians players Travis Hafner and John McDonald are among the instructors helping Cleveland players this spring in camp.

2/27/2015 | On the Cusp: Cleveland Indians

Clearly there are top prospects on the cusp of graduation to the big leagues with a chance to help. The club's early performance should go a long way in bringing the prospect picture to focus.

2/26/2015 | Overcoming elbow injuries, Floyd gets new start with Indians

For the second year in a row, Floyd is on the comeback trail, but he is doing so as the newest member of the Indians' rotation this time around.

2/26/2015 | Francona disputes Brantley's below-average 'D' rating

Indians manager Terry Francona does not understand why the numbers do not favor Brantley's defense.

2/26/2015 | Progressive Field renovations continue despite weather

Construction crews back in Cleveland continue to battle the elements in an effort to complete the ongoing Progressive Field renovation project in time for this season's home opener.

2/26/2015 | New ticket offers give Indians fans unique opportunities

On Thursday, the Indians announced two unique ticket opportunities: $13 District Tickets and $10 KeyBank Kids Tickets.

2/25/2015 | Indians to employ more shifts to shore up defense

After leading the Major Leagues with 116 errors, Indians bench coach Brad Mills said the team plans on doing everything it can this spring to prepare for the unexpected.

2/25/2015 | Francona eyes balance for busy bullpen

With four relievers that totaled 70 or more appearances including an MLB-leading 80 from Bryan Shaw, manager Terry Francona is looking for low-intensity environments this spring.

2/25/2015 | Moss continues recovery from hip surgery, takes regular BP

Brandon Moss underwent hip surgery on Oct. 23 and had been limited to hitting in the indoor cage so far this spring.

2/25/2015 | Downs has 'youthful fire' in competition for bullpen role

Scott Downs has embraced the challenge of earning a roster spot in Cleveland's crowded bullpen

2/24/2015 | Moss pain-free and 'pumped' to be with Tribe

Following offseason surgery on his hip, Brandon Moss is working through a gradual hitting and throwing progression, and he is optimistic about his chances of being ready for Opening Day.

2/24/2015 | Lindor outlasts competition in Tribe's endurance test

Francisco Lindor pushed through the pain, sprinted hard and dove through the line of orange cones to an eruption of cheers from his Indians teammates on Tuesday morning. It was only a performance test, but the shortstop prospect wanted badly to be the last player standing.

2/24/2015 | Francona: 'More anxiety' about this year's message to Tribe

To prepare for the first team meeting of Spring Training, Indians manager Terry Francona spent some time over the past few days jotting down his thoughts. When Francona got ready to walk into the clubhouse on Tuesday morning, he actually felt nervous.

2/24/2015 | Tribe to Murphy: Prepare as you normally do

David Murphy might find himself on the Indians' Opening Day roster when everything is said and done, but the veteran outfielder's role has yet to be determined. Depending on the health of a few other players, Murphy could be the starting right fielder or an extra player on the bench.

2/23/2015 | Indians working to get handle on defense

One of the Indians' top priorities this spring is to find methods for potentially improving what was baseball's worst defense last season. Cleveland's coaches and staff have brainstormed and developed ideas, but the team knows there will be no reinventing of the wheel.

2/23/2015 | Mental coaching helped Hagadone turn corner

Nick Hagadone adjusted his mechanics some and began focusing on playing catch with more purpose last season, but the Indians left-hander credits something else for his career turnaround. For Hagadone, it was the mental side of baseball that was holding him back.

2/23/2015 | Meetings help Indians set tone early in spring

One by one, Cleveland's position players made their way to manager Terry Francona's office Monday morning. Each year, Francona and general manager Chris Antonetti hold individual meetings with each player on the roster to go over goals for the spring and the coming season.

2/23/2015 | Brantley hopes to keep rolling with 'daddy strength'

With a baby boy welcomed into his family earlier this month, Indians All-Star left fielder Michael Brantley is hoping fatherhood will produce even more power this season.

2/23/2015 | Carrasco a captivating figure in fascinating Tribe rotation

Though it might have been a bit overlooked, considering his team didn't reach the postseason and his rotation mate, Corey Kluber, won the American League Cy Young Award, Carlos Carrasco was one of the Majors' most dominant starters down the stretch in 2014.

2/22/2015 | Indians have arms aplenty from the left side

It is no secret that Indians manager Terry Francona likes to stockpile as many relievers as possible. While it is undetermined whether Cleveland will again open a season with an eight-man bullpen, it looks like the team will carry three left-handers.

2/22/2015 | McAllister ready to accept any role for Indians

Zach McAllister is among the candidates for the lone vacancy in Cleveland's rotation, but he also impressed the team last September during a stint in the bullpen.

2/22/2015 | Indians set to play it safe with Moss, Swisher

The Indians will continue to take a cautious approach with Brandon Moss and Nick Swisher when full-squad workouts begin this week. Manager Terry Francona noted that both players will be limited in what they can do in the early stage of practices.

2/22/2015 | Floyd making strong first impression on Indians

Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway has closely monitored a handful of Gavin Floyd's bullpen sessions so far this spring. If Callaway did not already know that the pitcher underwent right elbow surgery last year, he said he would not know it from watching Floyd throw.

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