The 13th annual Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC) High School Hardball Classic presented by Novacare Rehabilitation, featuring six area high school baseball teams, will be played at Progressive Field today due to last week's rainout. Participating teams include Kenston, Elyria Catholic, St. Ignatius, Brecksville- Broadview Heights, St. Edward and Olmsted Falls.
The Cleveland Indians today announced the following roster moves relative to the 2016 Major League roster: Placed RHP CARLOS CARRASCO on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring; activated OF MICHAEL BRANTLEY from the 15-day DL.
Established in 1989, Cleveland Indians Charities is a self-sustaining charitable organization built on community values. CIC focuses on developing creative and meaningful partnerships with select organizations in the community.
The Cleveland Indians announced that in collaboration with MLB and the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) program, Tribe shortstop Francisco Lindor plans to visit underprivileged youth, mainly those residing in urban and underserved communities, throughout the season. Lindor not only will be making stops in Cleveland, but will also visit kids in road cities.
Tickets dated Thursday, April 7 are valid for the August 15 rescheduled game. Those fans wishing to attend the rescheduled game do not need to exchange their tickets; they simply can enter Progressive Field with their ticket dated April 7.
The Cleveland Indians and BVU: The Center for Nonprofit Excellence again will partner on the Indians Volunteer Challenge, which will provide those who volunteer in the Northeast Ohio community with tickets to select Indians games.
The Cleveland Indians and Akron-based FirstEnergy have extended the companies' partnership, including a unique green energy pact through which the Tribe will purchase green power to fuel Progressive Field.