- Berrios struggles with command in debut, Twins lose 6-5 Updated: Apr-28-16 1:29 am
MINNEAPOLIS - Jose Berrios has rocketed up the Minnesota Twins farm system with uncommon speed, using an overpowering fastball and a knee-buckling breaking ball to dominate the minor leagues.
- Indians lose 6-5 to Twins on walk-off for 2nd straight day Updated: Apr-27-16 12:36 am
- Sano walks off Twins with single, 6-5 over Indians Updated: Apr-27-16 12:18 am
MINNEAPOLIS - A night after his walk-off home run, Oswaldo Arcia offered some advice to Minnesota Twins teammate Miguel Sano facing a similar situation.
- Indians overcome Carrasco injury, sweep Tigers Updated: Apr-24-16 5:44 pm
DETROIT - Cleveland manager Terry Francona would normally be happy with a sweep in Detroit, but he had more pressing matters on his mind Sunday afternoon.
- Indians RHP Carrasco leaves start with hamstring injury Updated: Apr-24-16 3:00 pm
- A synthesizer of sounds, Prince 'rewrote the rulebook' Updated: Apr-22-16 8:04 am
CHANHASSEN, Minnesota - Prince could play guitar like Carlos Santana or Jimi Hendrix, sing like James Brown, turn out pop melodies worthy of Motown or lay down the deepest grooves this side of Sly and the Family Stone. But no one could mistake his sound for anyone but Prince.
- Harvey loses third straight start, Mets fall 7-5 to Indians Updated: Apr-16-16 9:18 pm
CLEVELAND - Matt Harvey insists he isn't hurt, nor is he mentally fatigued from the New York Mets' long playoff run last season.
- Review: Santana gets the band back together for 'Santana IV' Updated: Apr-15-16 12:23 pm
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- Napoli's clutch homer lifts Indians past Ortiz, Red Sox 7-6 Updated: Apr-06-16 11:47 pm
CLEVELAND - Mike Napoli cherishes his time playing in Boston, ripping line drives off the Green Monster, spraying champagne in Fenway Park and being part of so many unforgettable moments.
- All-star benefit planned for funk pioneer Bernie Worrell Updated: Apr-04-16 8:21 am
NEW YORK - Bernie Worrell, funk's "Wizard of Woo," is amazed at the lineup of friends and admirers expected to turn out for his benefit concert: George Clinton and Nona Hendryx, Jonathan Demme and Bootsy Collins, Paul Shaffer and Living Colour.
- Latin Jazz saxophonist Gato Barbieri dies at age 83 Updated: Apr-02-16 11:13 pm
NEW YORK - Latin Jazz saxophonist Leandro "Gato" Barbieri, who composed the Grammy-winning music for the steamy Marlon Brando film "Last Tango in Paris" and recorded dozens of albums over a career spanning more than seven decades, has died at age 83.