The Cleveland Indians opened the 2013 season at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, home of the Blue Jays. Check out a photo gallery from the Tribe's second game of the season there.
On Thursday, March 21, the Cleveland Indians visited the beautiful Salt River Fields at Talking Stick for a Cactus League exhibition game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
On Wednesday, March 20, the Cleveland Indians visited the Los Angeles Angels at Tempe Diablo Stadium in Tempe, Arizona for a Cactus League exhibition game.
(CLEVELAND) -- Less than 24 hours after the 2012 Indians baseball season came to an end, general manager Chris Antonetti met with the media to discuss the club's fourth place finish, the on-going managerial search and the organization's future.
Antonetti mentioned Sandy Alomar is interviewing for the open manager job all day Thursday, while former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona will be in town interviewing on Friday.
The Indians finished the 2012 season on Wednesday falling to the Chicago White Sox 9-0 at Progressive Field. The Tribe finished the campaign 68-94, fourth in the American League's Central Division.
Antonetti said he and Tribe closer Chris Perez met for over an hour to discuss comments he made earlier in the season and moving forward.
The Indians have decisions to make on options for Ubaldo Jimenez, Roberto Hernandez and Travis Hafner, but Antonetti said those decisions will not be made until three days after the World Series.
On July 31, the Indians elected not to make any type of major move at the MLB trade deadline, however Antonetti said he did not feel that effected his club before a historically bad August.
Antonetti said he wants to wrap up the club's managerial search as quickly as possible.
- Nick Camino