Report: A's To Trade Coco Crisp To IndiansNothing official has been released, but reports from twitter are saying longtime Oakland A's outfielder and fan-favorite Coco Crisp has been traded to the Cleveland Indians.
Graveman Earns 10th Win, Athletics Take Series From IndiansKendall Graveman pitched into the seventh inning to become Oakland's first 10-game winner this season, and the Athletics beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 Wednesday to win the series.
Davis Hits 33rd Home Run In A's 9-1 Win Over IndiansKhris Davis hit a three-run homer and scored three times, and the Oakland Athletics beat the Cleveland Indians 9-1.
Santana Homers, Carrasco Pitches Indians Over A's 1-0Carlos Santana homered in the eighth inning and the Cleveland Indians beat the Oakland Athletics 1-0 on Monday night.
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Kluber, Napoli Lead Indians Past A's 8-0 For SweepCorey Kluber limited Oakland to five hits in seven innings, Mike Napoli hit a two-run homer and the Cleveland Indians completed a three-game sweep of the Athletics with an 8-0 win.
5 Things: Midwest And West Coast Baseball Is Where It's AtWith just one week to go before the 2016 Midsummer Classic, the Major League Baseball action just gets better and better. Last week, we saw history from a Chicago Cubs third baseman, while the Oakland Athletics demonstrated they're still the dominant Bay Area baseball franchise. Teams in Cleveland and Detroit put together big win streaks, while a San Diego Padres outfielder became a one-man show—and the Los Angeles Angels scored three touchdowns in Fenway Park.
5 Things: Springer Into Summer, Cleveland Wins And Tampa Bay LossesEvery week of MLB action has special moments, and some are historic. Teams win, and teams lose—and baseball fans all over the country watch with fascination and horror at what unfolds on the big diamond. Last week, for example, Cleveland couldn't lose, and Tampa Bay couldn't win. A player named Springer had a huge inning to get summer rolling, and the New York Yankees kind of remembered they're the New York Yankees.
5 Things: The Giants Roll, The Rangers Roam Free, And The Blue Jays Just Bomb Home RunsOut in the National League West, the San Francisco Giants continue to dominate their easy schedule, while the Texas Rangers are doing the same in the American League West. Are these two division races over already?
30 Players: Giovanny Urshela Trying To Rebound From Disappointing Rookie Year For IndiansThe Indians hope that the young 3B can give them another young star to pair with Francisco Lindor.
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