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Michael Brantley Injury: Updates on Indians OF's Recovery from Shoulder Surgery

Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley missed nearly the entire 2016 season due to a shoulder injury, and that ailment could cost him time in 2017 as well. 

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Playing Fact or Fiction with All of MLB's Hottest Week 19 Buzz, Rumors

It's been a busy week in baseball—and most of the action has come away from the field.

Michael Brantley Injury: Updates on Indians Star's Shoulder and Recovery

Michael Brantley's terrific 2015 season ended on Sept. 28 after he suffered a small tear to the labrum on his non-throwing shoulder. He eventually had surgery to repair the injury. It remains unclear if he'll be ready for the start of the 2016 season. 

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Michael Brantley Injury: Updates on Indians OF's Recovery from Shoulder Surgery

Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder Monday in Wilmington, Delaware, and he is projected to be sidelined for the start of the 2016 season.  

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Mike Trout and Biggest Snubs for 2013 Gold Glove Award

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout is probably wondering why he got snubbed when Rawlings announced the finalists for the 2013 Gold Glove Awards.

Cleveland Indians: Manny Acta Faces a Tough Decision When Grady Sizemore Returns

If you watch Cleveland Indians baseball or "you are in the Tribe," then you know the Indians are on a hot start in 2011.

After winning eight straight, including sweeps of the Red Sox and Mariners, the Indians are looking like they want to take charge of an AL Central that is up for grabs.

Fantasy Baseball Sleeper: Michael Brantley

Michael Brantley’s 2010 curse may be your 2011 blessing.

The young speedster had a hell of a time getting into any sort of rhythm last season. He struggled out the gate and battled a string of ailments, including shoulder, hamstring and ankle injuries.

And to rub salt in the guy’s wounds, the Cleveland Indians demoted the kid twice. His April and July numbers were deplorable.

However, all of that could be a good thing for fantasy savvy GMs.

Choo-Se Wisely, Shin-Soo Tops Cleveland Indians 2010 Season Awards

The Indians' disappointing summer is finally over, finishing with a 69-93 record, but still beating out the Kansas City Royals for fourth place in the AL Central.

Before we look ahead to next season, let's hand out some awards for the Wahoo Warriors who deserve them most.

Not surprisingly, the Choo train tops the list.

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Tribe Talk: So, Cleveland, How's That Rebuilding Thing Going?

 

Welcome to Tribe Talk, where Bleacher Report's Cleveland Indians fans weigh in on the ups and downs of the club each week throughout the season.

This week, we evaluate Manny Acta's performance in his first season as Indians manager, assess the team's rebuilding efforts by examining the cases of a few specific players, and predict what the future has in store for the Tribe at third base.

Tribe Talk: Will the Cleveland Indians EVER Catch a Break?

Welcome to Tribe Talk, where Bleacher Report's Cleveland Indians fans weigh in on the ups and downs of the club each week throughout the season.

This week, we discuss the Tribe's terrible luck with injuries, Fausto Carmona's All-Star Game nod, and the long-awaited emergence of Matt LaPorta.

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