CLEVELAND—Clothing and other items celebrating a 2016 Cleveland Indians World Series championship that never happened will be destroyed instead of donated to those in need. Championship merchandise is produced for both teams when a major title is on the line so items can be immediately sold to the winning
SEATTLE -- Just as the Seattle Mariners are looking for any break they can muster to remain in the postseason race, they get to welcome one of the hottest teams in baseball history -- not the sort of break they needed. The Cleveland Indians (96-57) come to Safeco Field on a tear, boasting a 27-1 record
Christopher Crawford discusses Francisco Lindor's evolution into a power hitter and more in Friday's Daily Dose.