2010 Cleveland Indians
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Record69–93 (.426)
Divisional place4th
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Owner(s)Larry Dolan
General manager(s)Mark Shapiro
Manager(s)Manny Acta
Local televisionSportsTime Ohio · WKYC
(Matt Underwood, Rick Manning)
Local radioWTAM · WMMS
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The 2010 Cleveland Indians season marked the 110th season for the franchise, with the Indians attempting to improve on their fourth-place finish in the AL Central in 2009. The team played all of its home games at Progressive Field. In addition, this was the second season for the Indians playing their spring training games in Goodyear, Arizona. Manny Acta took over as the manager in 2010, after the Indians fired Eric Wedge at the end of his seventh season managing the Indians. Acta was formerly the manager of the Washington Nationals. Fausto Carmona represented the team at the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

Regular season

Galarraga Game

On June 2, Detroit's Armando Galarraga squared off against Roberto Hernandez. Neither pitcher would walk a batter that night. In the bottom of the 2nd inning, Miguel Cabrera homered giving the Tigers a 1-0 lead. Until the bottom of the 8th, that would be the game's only run. With 2 outs, Magglio Ordonez drove in Austin Jackson, making it 2-0 and a throwing error by Shin-Soo Choo allowed Johnny Damon to follow, making it 3-0. Galarraga retired the first 26 Indians. In the top of the 9th, Jackson preserved the bid for perfection with a stellar over-the-shoulder catch off the bat of Mark Grudzielanek. With 2 outs, Jason Donald hit a soft groundball to the right side of the infield. The play at first base was very close, but the 1st base umpire and crew chief Jim Joyce ruled Donald safe. However, the replay showed that Donald was out by a step. Donald would steal 2nd and 3rd on defensive indifference. Trevor Crowe was the final out of the game.

Trade deadline moves

For the third consecutive year, the Indians were significant participants in trade deadline moves. Jhonny Peralta went first, three days before the deadline. Austin Kearns went the night before, while pitchers Jake Westbrook and Kerry Wood were shipped in two separate trades hours before the July 31 deadline.[1]

On July 28, Peralta and cash were sent to the Detroit Tigers for Class A left-handed pitcher Giovanni Soto. Luis Valbuena was recalled from Triple-A Columbus to take Peralta's roster spot.[2]

On July 30, Kearns was sent to the New York Yankees for a player to be named later.[3]

On July 31, Westbrook was part of a three-team trade involving the Indians, St. Louis Cardinals, and San Diego Padres. He went to the Cardinals, while the Indians received Class AA right-handed pitcher Corey Kluber from San Diego.[4] Later in the day, the Tribe sent Wood and cash to the New York Yankees for a player to be named or cash.[5]

Season standings

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Minnesota Twins 94 68 0.580 53–28 41–40
Chicago White Sox 88 74 0.543 6 45–36 43–38
Detroit Tigers 81 81 0.500 13 52–29 29–52
Cleveland Indians 69 93 0.426 25 38–43 31–50
Kansas City Royals 67 95 0.414 27 38–43 29–52


Roster

2010 Cleveland Indians
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Infielders

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Manager

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Game log

2010 Game Log
April
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 5 @ White Sox 6-0 Buehrle (1–0) Westbrook (0–1) 38,935 0–1
2 April 7 @ White Sox 5–3 Carmona (1–0) Williams (0–1) Perez (1) 19,514 1–1
3 April 8 @ White Sox 5–3 (11) Lewis (1–0) Putz (0–1) Perez (2) 18,637 2–1
4 April 9 @ Tigers 5-2 Porcello (1–0) Huff (0–1) Valverde (1) 45,010 2–2
5 April 10 @ Tigers 4-2 Bonderman (1–0) Talbot (0–1) Perry (1) 35,332 2–3
6 April 11 @ Tigers 9-8 Coke (1–0) Perez (0–1) 26,081 2–4
7 April 12 Rangers 4-2 (10) Francisco (2–2) Wright (0–1) Feliz (1) 42,061 2–5
8 April 14 Rangers 6-2 Lewis (2–0) Masterson (0–1) Feliz (2) 10,071 2–6
9 April 15 Rangers 3–2 Huff (1–1) Harrison (0–1) 10,198 3–6
10 April 16 White Sox 6–2 Talbot (1–1) Buehrle (2–1) 10,421 4–6
11 April 17 White Sox 3–2 Lewis (2–0) Thornton (1–1) Perez (3) 12,885 5–6
12 April 18 White Sox 7–4 Carmona (2–0) Floyd (0–2) Perez (4) 10,564 6–6
13 April 20 @ Twins 5-1 Slowey (2–1) Masterson (0–2) 38,985 6–7
14 April 21 @ Twins 6-0 Liriano (2–0) Huff (1–2) 39,044 6–8
15 April 22 @ Twins 8–1 Talbot (2–1) Baker (2–2) 38,810 7–8
16 April 23 @ Athletics 10-0 Duchscherer (2–0) Westbrook (0–2) 11,547 7–9
17 April 24 @ Athletics 6–1 Carmona (3–0) Gaudin (0–2) 15,873 8–9
18 April 25 @ Athletics 11-0 Gonzalez (2–1) Masterson (0–3) 16,946 8–10
19 April 26 @ Angels 5-2 Weaver (3–0) Huff (1–3) Fuentes (3) 34,837 8–11
20 April 27 @ Angels 9–2 Talbot (3–1) Saunders (1–4) 39,619 9–11
21 April 28 @ Angels 4-3 Fuentes (1–1) Smith (0–1) 34,190 9–12
22 April 30 Twins 9–3 Slowey (3–2) Carmona (3–1) 14,124 9–13
May
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
23 May 1 Twins 5–4 (11) Wright (1–1) Burnett (0–1) 13,832 10–13
24 May 2 Twins 8–3 Liriano (4–0) Huff (1–4) 12,619 10–14
25 May 3 Blue Jays 5–1 Cecil (2–1) Talbot (3–2) 10,117 10–15
26 May 4 Blue Jays 8–5 Romero (3–1) Lewis (2–1) Gregg (7) 10,387 10–16
27 May 5 Blue Jays 5–4 Frasor (1–1) Perez (0–2) 12,563 10–17
N/A May 7 Tigers Postponed (rain)
28 May 8 Tigers 6–4 Verlander (3–2) Wood (0–1) Valverde (8) 18,428 10–18
29 May 9 Tigers 7–4 Talbot (4–2) Scherzer (1–3) Pérez (5) 16,980 11–18
30 May 11 @ Royals 8–2 Westbrook (1–2) Bannister (1–3) 15,930 12–18
31 May 12 @ Royals 4–0 Carmona (4–1) Davies (2–2) 11,803 13–18
32 May 13 @ Royals 6-4 Greinke (1–4) Huff (1–5) Soria (8) 28,361 13–19
33 May 14 @ Orioles 8-1 Guthrie (2–4) Masterson (0–4) 25,902 13–20
34 May 15 @ Orioles 8–2 Talbot (5–2) Simón (0–1) 29,545 14–20
35 May 16 @ Orioles 5–1 Westbrook (2–2) Hendrickson (1–1) 29,323 15–20
36 May 17 @ Rays 4-3 Sonnanstine (1–0) Wright (1–2) 18,879 15–21
37 May 18 @ Rays 6-2 Price (6–1) Huff (1–6) 17,093 15–22
38 May 19 Royals 8-4 Chen (1–0) Wood (0–2) 10,916 15–23
39 May 20 Royals 9-3 Hochevar (4–2) Talbot (5–3) 13,953 15–24
40 May 21 Reds 7-4 Arroyo (4–2) Laffey (0–1) Cordero (14) 23,028 15–25
41 May 22 Reds 6-4 Cueto (4–1) Carmona (4–2) 25,531 15–26
42 May 23 Reds 4–3 Huff (4–2) Herrera (0–2) Wood (1) 21,044 16–26
43 May 24 White Sox 7-2 Danks (4–3) Masterson (0–5) 10,166 16–27
44 May 25 White Sox 7–3 Talbot (6–3) Peavy (3–4) 14,441 17–27
45 May 26 White Sox 5-4 Peña (1–1) Westbrook (2–3) 18,109 17–28
46 May 28 @ Yankees 8-2 Hughes (6–1) Carmona (4–3) 44,634 17–29
47 May 29 @ Yankees 13–11 Pérez (1–0) Chamberlain (1–3) Wood (2) 46,599 18–29
48 May 30 @ Yankees 7-3 Burnett (6–2) Sipp (0–1) 45,706 18–30
49 May 31 @ Yankees 11-2 Pettitte (7–1) Talbot (6–4) 44,976 18–31
June
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
50 June 1 @ Tigers 3–2 Westbrook (3–3) Bonderman (2–3) Wood (3) 19,446 19–31
51 June 2 @ Tigers 3-0 Galarraga (2–1) Carmona (4–4) 17,738 19–32
52 June 3 @ Tigers 12-6 Thomas (2–0) Ambriz (0–1) 28,169 19–33
53 June 4 @ White Sox 10–1 Masterson (1–5) Danks (4–5) 20,713 20–33
54 June 5 @ White Sox 3–1 Talbot (7–4) Peavy (4–5) Wood (4) 30,864 21–33
55 June 6 @ White Sox 8-7 Putz (1–2) Sipp (0–2) Jenks (9) 27,577 21–34
56 June 7 Red Sox 4-1 Matsuzaka (5–2) Carmona (4–5) 14,758 21–35
57 June 8 Red Sox 3-2 Wakefield (2–4) Huff (2–7) Bard (2) 15,462 21–36
58 June 9 Red Sox 11–0 Masterson (2–5) Buchholz (8–4) 14,022 22–36
59 June 10 Red Sox 8–7 Wood (1–2) Bard (1–2) 20,446 23–36
60 June 11 Nationals 7–2 Westbrook (4–3) Atilano (5–3) Perez (6) 22,041 24–36
61 June 12 Nationals 7–1 Carmona (5–5) Martin (0–2) 19,484 25–36
62 June 13 Nationals 9-4 Strasburg (2–0) Huff (2–8) 32,876 25–37
63 June 15 Mets 7-6 Santana (5–3) Masterson (2–6) Rodríguez (14) 12,882 25–38
64 June 16 Mets 8-4 Niese (4–2) Talbot (7–5) 14,246 25–39
65 June 17 Mets 6-4 Dickey (5–0) Westbrook (4–4) Rodríguez (15) 14,339 25–40
66 June 18 @ Pirates 4–3 Carmona (6-5) Maholm (4-5) Wood (5) 28,478 26–40
67 June 19 @ Pirates 6-4 Karstens (2-2) Huff (2-9) Dotel (13) 38,008 26–41
68 June 20 @ Pirates 5-3 Donnelly (3–1) Lewis (2-2) Dotel (14) 29,845 26–42
69 June 22 @ Phillies 2-1 Moyer (8–6) Talbot (7–6) Lidge (5) 44,836 26–43
70 June 23 @ Phillies 7-6 Romero (1–0) Wood (1–3) 44,510 26–44
71 June 24 @ Phillies 12-3 Blanton (3–5) Carmona (6–6) 45,085 26–45
72 June 25 @ Reds 10-3 Harang (6–7) Laffey (0–2) 32,844 26–46
73 June 26 @ Reds 6-4 Herrera (1–3) Masterson (2–7) Cordero (20) 37,757 26–47
74 June 27 @ Reds 5–3 Talbot (8–6) Arroyo (7–4) Wood (6) 25,877 27–47
75 June 28 Blue Jays 2–1 Westbrook (5–4) Romero (6–4) Wood (7) 11,577 28–47
76 June 29 Blue Jays 5–4 Carmona (7–6) Morrow (5–6) Wood (8) 11,401 29–47
77 June 30 Blue Jays 3–1 Laffey (1–2) Litsch (0–3) Perez (7) 12,109 30–47
July
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
78 July 1 Blue Jays 6–1 Masterson (3–7) Marcum (7–4) Herrmann (1) 16,859 31–47
79 July 2 Athletics 3-0 Gonzalez (7–5) Talbot (8–7) Bailey (16) 18,629 31–48
80 July 3 Athletics 5–4 Sipp (1–2) Breslow (3–2) 25,483 32–48
81 July 4 Athletics 3-1 Mazzaro (4-2) Carmona (7–7) Bailey (17) 13,940 32–49
82 July 5 @ Rangers 9–3 Smith (1–1) Beltre (0–1) 25,165 33–49
83 July 6 @ Rangers 12-1 Wilson (7–4) Masterson (3–8) 20,428 33–50
84 July 7 @ Rangers 4-3 Lewis (8–5) Talbot (8–8) Feliz (23) 24,427 33–51
85 July 8 @ Rays 5-2 Davis (6–9) Westbrook (5–5) Wheeler (1) 16,892 33–52
86 July 9 @ Rays 9–3 Carmona (8–7) Shields (7–9) 23,116 34–52
87 July 10 @ Rays 4-0 Garza (10–5) Laffey (1–3) 20,091 34–53
88 July 11 @ Rays 6-5 Sonnanstine (2–0) Wood (1–4) 24,687 34–54
89 July 16 Tigers 8–2 Westbrook (6–5) Scherzer (6–7) 22,295 35–54
90 July 17 Tigers 4–3 Carmona (9–7) Coke (5–1) Perez (8) 20,090 36–54
91 July 17 Tigers 2–1 Pérez (2–0) Weinhardt (0–1) 20,902 37–54
92 July 18 Tigers 7–2 Gómez (1–0) Oliver (0–4) 19,102 38–54
93 July 19 @ Twins 10–4 Laffey (2–3) Baker (7–8) 40,853 39–54
94 July 20 @ Twins 4–3 Pérez (3–0) Mijares (1–1) Perez (9) 40,745 40–54
95 July 21 @ Twins 6-0 Liriano (8–7) Westbrook (6-6) 40,799 40–55
96 July 23 Rays 3-1 Carmona (10-7) Niemann (8-3) Sipp (1) 16,904 41-55
97 July 24 Rays 6-3 Price (13-5) Talbot (8-9) Soriano (25) 17,221 41-56
98 July 25 Rays 4-2 Davis (8-9) Maserson (3-9) Soriano (26) 13,410 41-57
99 July 26 Yankees 3-2 Vázquez (9-7) Westbrook (6-7) Rivera (21) 27,224 41-58
100 July 27 Yankees 4-1 Tomlin (1-0) Sabathia (13-4) Perez (10) 27,416 42-58
101 July 28 Yankees 8-0 Burnett (9-8) Carmona (10-8) 22,965 42-59
102 July 29 Yankees 11-4 Moseley (1-0) Herrmann (0-1) 34,455 42-60
103 July 30 @ Blue Jays 8-1 Marcum (10-4) Masterson (3-10) 20,228 42-61
104 July 31 @ Blue Jays 2-1 Lewis (3-2) Tallet (1-4) Perez (11) 22,663 43-61
August
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
105 August 1 @ Blue Jays 5-4 Gómez (2-0) Litsch (1-5) Perez (12) 21,797 44-61
106 August 2 @ Red Sox 6-5 Carmona' (11-8) Lackey (10-6) Perez (13) 37,931 45-61
107 August 3 @ Red Sox 3-1 Beckett (3-1) Huff (2-10) Papelbon (25) 37,714 45-62
108 August 4 @ Red Sox 9-1 Masterson (4-10) Lester (11-7) 37,902 46-62
109 August 5 @ Red Sox 6-2 Matsuzaka (8-3) Tomlin (1-1) Papelbon (26) 38,102 46-63
110 August 6 Twins 7-6 Perez (1-2) Guerrier (2-7) 25,275 47-63
111 August 7 Twins 7-2 Pavano (14-7) Carmona (11-9) 27,638 47-64
112 August 8 Twins 5-4 Duensing (5-1) Huff (2-11) Capps (28) 17,427 47-65
113 August 10 Orioles 14-8 Arrieta (4-3) Masterson (4-11) 13,541 47-66
114 August 11 Orioles 3-1 Bergesen (4-9) Tomlin (1-2) 11,155 47-67
115 August 12 Orioles 4-1 Gómez (3-0) Millwood (2-12) Perez (14) 14,533 48-67
116 August 13 Mariners 3-2 Pauley (1-4) Carmona (11-10) Aardsma (23) 26,424 48-68
117 August 14 Mariners 9-3 Vargas (9-5) Talbot (8-10) 25,980 48-69
118 August 15 Mariners 9-1 Sipp (2-2) Hernández (8-10) 14,888 49-69
119 August 17 @ Royals 2-1 Greinke (8-11) Gómez (3-1) Soria (34) 13,258 49-70
120 August 18 @ Royals 9-7 Chen (8-6) Carmona (11-11) Soria (35) 12,864 49-71
121 August 19 @ Royals 7-3 R. Perez (4-0) Wood (1-3) C. Perez (15) 9,732 50-71
122 August 20 @ Tigers 6-0 Galarraga (4-5) Masterson (4-12) 33,936 50-72
123 August 21 @ Tigers 5-2 Scherzer (9-9) Tomlin (1-3) Valverde (24) 38,088 50-73
124 August 22 @ Tigers 8-1 Verlander (14-8) Gómez (3-2) 35,104 50-74
125 August 24 Athletics 5-0 Gonzalez (11-8) Carmona (11-12) 11,751 50-75
126 August 25 Athletics 6-1 Cahill (14-5) Talbot (8-11) 10,514 50-76
127 August 26 Athletics 3-2 Masterson (5-12) Mazzaro (6-6) C. Perez (16) 11,826 51-76
128 August 27 Royals 15-4 Tomlin (2-3) Bullington (1-3) 17,631 52-76
129 August 28 Royals 4-3 (10) C. Perez (2-2) Chavez (5-4) 16,372 53-76
130 August 29 Royals 6-2 Chen (9-7) Carmona (11-13) 19,725 53-77
131 August 30 White Sox 10-6 (11) Linebrink (2-1) R. Perez (4-1) 10,663 53-78
132 August 31 White Sox 4-3 Jackson (9-10) Smith (1-2) Jenks (25) 12,006 53-79
September/October
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
133 September 1 White Sox 6-4 Peña (4-2) Germano (0-1) Sale (1) 53-80
134 September 2 @ Mariners 6-3 Tomlin (3-3) Fister (4-11) C. Perez (17) 54-80
135 September 3 @ Mariners 1-0 French (4-4) Carmona (11-14) Aardsma (27) 54-81
136 September 4 @ Mariners 4-2 Talbot (9-11) Pauly (2-7) C. Perez (18) 55-81
137 September 5 @ Mariners 3-0 Hernández (11-10) Gómez (3-3) 55-82
138 September 6 @ Angels 3-2 Lewis (4-2) Rodney (4-2) C. Perez (19) 56-82
139 September 7 @ Angels 6-1 Masterson (6-12) Bell (2-5) 57-82
140 September 8 @ Angels 4-3 (16) Palmer (1-1) Ambriz (0-2) 57-83
141 September 10 Twins 2-0 Carmona (12-14) Pavano (16-11) 58-83
142 September 11 Twins 1-0 (12) Guerrier Germano (0-2) Capps (38) 58-84
143 September 12 Twins 6-2 Slowey (12-6) Talbot (9-12) 58-85
144 September 14 Angels 4-3 Tomlin (4-3) Kazmir (8-14) C. Perez (20) 59-85
145 September 15 Angels 7-0 Weaver (12-11) Gómez (3-4) 59-86
146 September 16 Angels 3-2 (11) R. Perez (5-1) Cassevah (0-1) 60-86
147 September 17 @ Royals 11-4 Carrasco (1-0) Davies (8-10) 61-86
148 September 18 @ Royals 6-4 Smith (2-2) O'Sullivan (2-6) C. Perez (21) 62-86
149 September 19 @ Royals 6-4 Hochevar (6-5) Tomlin (4-4) 62-87
150 September 20 @ Twins 9-3 Duensing (10-2) Gómez (3-5) 62-88
151 September 21 @ Twins 6-4 Perkins (1-1) Masterson (6-13) Capps (41) 62-89
152 September 22 @ Twins 5-1 Blackburn (10-10) Carrasco (1-1) 62-90
153 September 23 Royals 4-2 O'Sullivan (3-6) Talbot (9-13) Soria (41) 62-91
154 September 24 Royals 7-3 Tomlin (5-4) Hochevar (6-6) 63-91
155 September 25 Royals 7-1 Gómez (4-5) Greinke (9-14) 64-91
156 September 26 Royals 5-3 R. Perez (6-1) Tejeda (3-5) Pestano (1) 65-91
157 September 27 Tigers 6-3 Carrasco (2-1) Galarraga (4-8) C. Perez (22) 66-91
N/A September 28 Tigers Postponed (rain)
158 September 29 Tigers 4-0 Talbot (10-13) Scherzer (12-11) 67-91
159 September 29 Tigers 4-3 Tomlin (6-4) Verlander (18-9) C. Perez (23)
160 October 1 @ White Sox 7-3 Carmona (13-14) Peña (5-3) 69-91
161 October 2 @ White Sox 6-2 Buehrle (13-13) Carrasco (2-2) 69-92
162 October 3 @ White Sox 6-5 Jackson (10-12) Germano (0-3) Sale (4) 69-93

Player stats

Batting

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Héctor Ambriz 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Michael Brantley 72 297 38 73 9 3 3 22 .246 10
Jordan Brown 26 87 9 20 7 0 0 2 .230 0
Asdrúbal Cabrera 97 381 39 105 16 1 3 29 .276 6
Luke Carlin 6 14 4 5 0 0 2 3 .357 0
Fausto Carmona 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Shin-Soo Choo 144 550 81 165 31 2 22 90 .300 22
Trevor Crowe 122 442 48 111 24 3 2 36 .251 20
Jason Donald 88 296 39 75 19 3 4 24 .253 5
Shelley Duncan 85 229 29 53 10 0 11 36 .231 1
Chris Gimenez 28 58 6 11 5 0 1 8 .190 0
Mark Grudzielanek 30 110 10 30 0 0 0 11 .273 2
Travis Hafner 118 396 46 110 29 0 13 50 .278 2
Anderson Hernández 22 61 6 15 3 0 0 2 .246 1
Frank Herrmann 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
David Huff 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Austin Kearns 84 301 42 82 18 1 8 42 .272 4
Matt LaPorta 110 376 41 83 15 1 12 41 .221 0
Aaron Laffey 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Jensen Lewis 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lou Marson 87 262 29 51 15 0 3 22 .195 8
Andy Marte 80 170 18 39 7 2 5 19 .229 0
Justin Masterson 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 .250 0
Jayson Nix 78 282 29 66 14 0 13 29 .234 1
Jhonny Peralta 91 334 37 82 23 2 7 43 .246 1
Chris Perez 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Rafael Perez 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mike Redmond 22 63 7 13 4 0 0 5 .206 0
Carlos Santana 46 150 23 39 13 0 6 22 .260 3
Tony Sipp 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Grady Sizemore 33 128 15 27 6 2 0 13 .211 4
Joe Smith 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Drew Sutton 11 36 4 8 1 0 1 4 .222 0
Mitch Talbot 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Luis Valbuena 91 275 22 53 12 0 2 24 .193 1
Jake Westbrook 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Kerry Wood 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 162 5487 646 1362 290 20 128 601 .248 91

Pitching

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Héctor Ambriz 0 2 5.59 34 0 0 48.1 31 30 17 37
Fausto Carmona 13 14 3.77 33 33 0 210.1 98 88 72 124
Carlos Carrasco 2 2 3.83 7 7 0 44.2 20 19 14 38
Justin Germano 0 3 3.31 23 1 0 35.1 15 13 8 29
Jeanmar Gómez 4 5 4.68 11 11 0 57.2 36 30 22 34
Frank Herrmann 0 1 4.03 40 0 1 44.2 22 20 9 24
David Huff 2 11 6.21 15 15 0 79.2 61 55 34 37
Aaron Laffey 2 3 4.53 29 5 0 55.2 30 28 28 28
Jensen Lewis 4 2 2.97 37 0 0 36.1 12 12 19 29
Andy Marte 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 1
Justin Masterson 6 13 4.70 34 29 0 180.0 107 94 73 140
Chris Perez 2 2 1.71 63 0 23 63.0 15 12 28 61
Rafael Pérez 6 1 3.25 70 0 0 61.0 23 22 25 36
Vinnie Pestano 0 0 3.60 5 0 1 5.0 2 2 5 8
Tony Sipp 2 2 4.14 70 0 1 63.0 30 29 39 69
Joe Smith 2 2 3.83 53 0 0 40.0 18 17 24 32
Mitch Talbot 10 13 4.41 28 28 0 159.1 88 78 69 88
Jess Todd 0 0 7.50 5 0 0 6.0 5 5 3 9
Josh Tomlin 6 4 4.56 12 12 0 73.0 38 37 19 43
Jake Westbrook 6 7 4.65 21 21 0 127.2 68 66 44 73
Kerry Wood 1 4 6.30 23 0 8 20.0 15 14 11 18
Jamey Wright 1 2 5.48 18 0 0 21.1 18 13 9 9
Totals 69 93 4.30 162 162 34 1433.0 752 684 572 967

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Columbus Clippers International League Mike Sarbaugh
AA Akron Aeros Eastern League Joel Skinner
A Kinston Eagles Carolina League Aaron Holbert
A Lake County Captains Midwest League Ted Kubiak
A-Short Season Mahoning Valley Scrappers New York–Penn League Travis Fryman
Rookie AZL Indians Arizona League Chris Tremie

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Columbus, Lake County

Notes

  1. ^ Hall, James Tribe clips Blue Jays on eventful day MLB.com, July 31, 2010 (accessed July 31, 2010)
  2. ^ Castrovince, Anthony Tribe deals Peralta to Tigers for lefty MLB.com, July 28, 2010 (accessed July 31, 2010)
  3. ^ Tribe deals Kearns for player to be named MLB.com, July 31, 2010 (accessed July 31, 2010)
  4. ^ Indians complete three-team trade Cleveland Indians Press release/MLB.com, July 31, 2010 (accessed July 31, 2010)
  5. ^ Indians trade RHP Kerry Wood to the New York Yankees Cleveland Indians Press release/MLB.com, July 31, 2010 (accessed July 31, 2010)