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Thaleus.Net - Indians Baseball 2007


2007 Postseason: 6-6
Total Runs: 56-67
2007 Season Record:
Total Runs: 812-702

AL Central Standings
Team W/L GB
Cleveland Indians 96-66 --
Detroit Tigers 88-74 8.0
Minnesota Twins 79-83 17.0
Chicago White Sox 72-90 24.0
Kansas City Royals 69-93 27.0

October 21, 2007 - Jake Westbrook tried to keep us in the game. It was a lot closer game than the box score would indicate, but Cleveland couldn't put up enough offense, a problem exacerbated by Joel Skinner who decided we didn't want to tie the game in the 7th inning. Anyhow, now Cleveland gets to spend yet another offseason without a World Series victory.

October 20, 2007 - Cleveland came out and did absolutely NOTHING tonight, and made a lot of sloppy errors. This game was very depressing to watch, and I'd say Cleveland will come out and lose game #7.

October 18, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia gave up 3, and then the bullpen gave up 4 more, and Cleveland was beaten. Since 1920 they have never clinched a postseason series at home. Who knows what they'll do next, but one thing is for certain, Josh Beckett is so far the only effective Boston pitcher. On to Boston, let's try to win game #6.

October 16, 2007 - Paul Byrd was amazing, going 5+ innings, giving up 2 runs. The Red Sox had a first in LCS history, with back-to-back-to-back jacks, but all for nothing, as Cleveland won the game handily, 7-3. Casey Blake had a solo-homer in the 5th, and then after 1 more run, Peralta jacked a 3-run homer, and then Kenny Lofton scored the 7th, and we are 1 win from going to the World Series to face the Colorado Rockies.

October 15, 2007 - Jake Westbrook came out and pitched a great game, giving up only 2 runs in 7 innings of work. Kenny Lofton jacked a 2 run homer, and won the game for us. Cleveland has a 2 games to 1 lead in the series, and with 2 more games at home, we look to be in pretty good shape. This season has been absolutely wonderful!

October 13, 2007 - Fausto Carmona went 5 innings, and gave up 4 runs, not good. Fortunately for us, Schilling did the same, and Boston had to dip into their bullpen early too. Both bullpens will be should be hurting from this game. It was tied 6-6 for many innings, and in the 11th, Trot Nixon came up with the game winning hit. Cleveland followed that by scoring 6 more runs, and Borowski came in, and though exciting as always, gave up no runs. Cleveland ties the series 1-1, and sends it back home to the Jake.

October 12, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia got completely lit up in this game, going just 4.1 innings and giving up 8 runs. Cleveland never did get Ortiz, or Ramirez out, and thus gave up big runs, and got shelled. In 8 7-game series for the Indians in postseason baseball, prior to this point, they've won 4, and lost 4, and have lost the first game every time, let's see what they do tomorrow.

October 8, 2007 - Paul Byrd went 5 strong innings, giving up only 2 runs, both solo shots, and Cleveland shut down the Yankee's lineup again. Now we have our first postseason series victory in 9 years, and we face Boston in the ALCS. Since the Indians didn't win homefield, they'll get it, so the first 2 games will be in Boston. I feel for them to win the next series, they're going to need to split the first 2 games at worst, but we'll see what happens.

October 7, 2007 - Jake Westbrook tried to pitch a good game, and through the 4th he was in great shape, but then the Yankee's tough lineup got to him, and the Indians get to play Game 4.

October 5, 2007 - Fausto Carmona went 9 impressive innings, dominating a VERY good bunch of hitters in the Yankees' lineup. He gave up only 1 run, on what was his only mistake of the night in the 3rd inning. Travis Hafner delivered the game winning single in the bottom of the 11th inning, giving the Tribe a 2-1 win, and a 2-0 ALDS lead. Now all they have to do is win 1 of the next 3 games, still a tall order, but we have the tough part done. Who knows what this October will bring Cleveland?

October 4, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia settled in, and the Indians rocked the Yankees, scoring 12 runs, and knocking Wang from the mound. Victor Martinez hit a two-run homer, Asdrubal Cabrera hit a solo shot, Travis Hafner, and Ryan Garko homered, and Kenny Lofton gave the Tribe the spark they needed. This was a fantastic win to watch, and most of the media say C.C.Sabathia will win the Cy Young this year. I believe that would be a first in my lifetime for an Indians pitcher. This was a wonderful game to watch!!!

September 30, 2007 - Cleveland finished the regular season 96-66, with a victory over Kansas City. We start our first postseason series on Thursday. C.C.Sabathia will get the nod, and face Chien-Ming Wang. We lost all 6 regular season games against New York, so I'm not getting my hopes up. Either way, this is the first time we've had a season with 95 or more victories since 1999, when we finished 97-65. Let's see how they do in the postseason. Once that starts, you'll see box scores above the calendars on the right here. Also, of course, my postgame comments here.

September 29, 2007 - Cleveland lost to Kansas City, giving Boston the best record in the AL, thus homefield advantage, and the choice of when to start their series. The Indians will start their series on Thursday, and thus not be able to have 2 starts each for Sabathia, and Carmona. We lost today 4-3, and now we play a meaningless game tomorrow, and then it's OCTOBER BASEBALL!!! The finest show a sport can offer.

September 28, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia finishes the year with 19 victories, after tonight. He also got his 100th career victory, becoming the yougest man to do so since Greg Maddux. The Indians secured home field advantage for the first round, now lets see if we can't get it for the entire playoffs. Of course, that means we have to go past the first round, and with our closer, I don't know.

September 27, 2007 - Paul Byrd gave up 2 2-run homers tonight, and the offense took the night off. We lost the final game to the Mariners 2-4, and stayed even with Boston for the best record. We go to Kansas City to finish the season, while Boston has 3 more games with the Twins. Let's see...

September 26, 2007 - Game 2: Joe Borowski gives up a save for the 2nd straight night, in the bottom of the 10th, the Mariners got a hit, and the game was over. Gotta beat Kansas City if we're going to get home field. The Indians haven't been at 94 victories since 1998.

September 26, 2007 - Game 1: Indians win their "home" game 12-4. Fausto picks up his 19th victory of the season to become the first Indian's pitcher to do that since 1984. We maintain the best record in baseball. The offense was on fire.

September 25, 2007 - Joe Borowski gave up the save in the 9th, and Tom Mastny almost gave up the game in the 11th inning, but they got their run in the 12th, and got the victory to maintain the best record in baseball. Cleveland is 30 games over .500 for the first time in a LOT of years.

September 23, 2007 - For the first time in 6 years, we can say, "The Cleveland Indians - 2007 American League Central Champions." Grady Sizemore was perfect getting on base all 5 times he came up, Jake Westbrook pitched fantastic, and Rafeal Betencourt got a save, coming in with runners on 2nd, and 3rd, in the 8th. This is so wonderful for me, because I grew up in the 70's and 80's, and the Indians of those times were HORRIBLE. Let's see what we do in October!!!

September 22, 2007 - In a game I had tickets for, and planned on seeing, I was unable to go because of back pain, but the Indians lost, and didn't clinch the AL Central anyhow. They lost tonight 9-3, in a game that was ugly to watch. No matter, perhaps they can wrap up the division tomorrow, and hopefully get the best record in the AL, so they get homefield advantage.

September 21, 2007 - Fausto Carmona went 6 innings giving up only 1 run, and Cleveland won yet again. They've been absolutely on fire since August 25. They're either tied for, or hold the best record in the majors.

September 19, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia got his 18th victory of the year, and Cleveland completed a sweep of the Tigers that all but clinches our first playoff appearance since 2001. Detroit needs a miracle just to make the post season, and Cleveland is temporarily tied with Boston for the best record in the majors.

September 18, 2007 - Travis Hafner delivered a 3-run bomb, and Cleveland extended its lead to 6.5 games. It looks like the AL Central will be ours for the first time since 2001.

September 17, 2007 - Casey Blake once again provided the game winning hit, hitting one out in the 11th inning, as the Indians rallied to defeat Detroit. 5.5 Games back again.

September 16, 2007 - Well, I guess we're bound to drop one here and there, and this was one. Kansas City over the Tribe 3-4. The Tigers are now 4.5 games back, and we start a 3 game series with them tomorrow night.

September 15, 2007 - Fausto Carmona once again turned in a stellar performance, as the Indians won again, easily 6-0. Our magic number is now 9, and Travis Hafner showed up just in time.

September 14, 2007 - Casey Blake homered in the 9th inning as Cleveland rallied for a 5-4 victory over the Royals. C.C.Sabathia started, but didn't have his A-game. Either way, we won, and lowered our magic number to 10.

September 12, 2007 - Jake Westbrook gave up 4 earned runs in 6 innings of work, and Jim Thome got career homerun 499. Cleveland's winning streak got snapped, and thus the magic number stays the same, till we figure out if Detroit wins or loses their game today.

September 11, 2007 - Travis Hafner drove in 3 tonight, as the Indians throttled the White Sox, 8-3. Paul Byrd pitch 6-1/3 innings, giving up 3 runs, and Cleveland is on another winning streak. Our magic number is down to 11. Detroit lost tonight, which puts them in a tough position.

September 10, 2007 - Well, the game got a serious rain delay, and ended quite late. Asdrubal Cabrera hit a tie-breaking 2 run shot. Fausto Carmona went 7 innings, leading the Tribe to victory. Cleveland has lowered its magic number to 13.

September 9, 2007 - Aaron Laffey pitched a great game, and in the fourth inning the Indians offense really came on. Grady Sizemore created a run, almost by himself. Ryan Garko had a 3-run shot, and Cleveland split the series with the Angels.

September 8, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia got his 17th victory tonight, and has a shot at 20 wins on the season, becoming the first Cleveland pitcher to do that since Gaylord Perry. The offense came alive tonight, and Cleveland finally beat Anaheim.

September 7, 2007 - No offense, and we lost in the 10th 2-3. The Angels have definitely got our number at the moment, and Cleveland would do well to salvage a game. How it goes, we'll see.

September 6, 2007 - Cleveland got thoroughly trounced. Garret Anderson drove in runs as usual. Paul Byrd got the loss in this affair. Just a lousy game, they happen, and given the winning percentage they've had lately, I'm not complaining.

September 5, 2007 - For the fourth time this year the Indians swept the Twins. Fausto Carmona turned in a great performance, going 8 innings, and giving up just 2 runs. For the past 20 games, they've gone 16-4, and the victories came in their division which really helps.

September 4, 2007 - The Indians came from behind to win this one, and got the victory in 11 innings. Joe Borowski once again made it an exciting save, getting his 40th save, for the league lead. It looks like Cleveland is nearly sure of making the playoffs this year, but we'll see.

September 3, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia went 8 strong innings, giving up no runs. The offense showed up again, and the Indians won this one easily, 5-0. We are for the moment, 6 games up in the Central. Cool.

September 2, 2007 - Jake Westbrook got pounded hard, and the offense didn't show up. Not much to say about this game, except that it ends an eight game winning streak, but they finish the home stand 6-1.

September 1, 2007 - Paul Byrd pitched a four-hit shutout tonight, blanking the White Sox, and handing Cleveland their eighth straight victory. The Tribe is now 21 games over .500, and sitting pretty well. Casey Blake, and Travis Hafner got 2 rbis a piece, and Franklin Gutierrez, and Kelly Shoppach both homered. Fantastic, this is the team I want to see.

August 31, 2007 - Kenny Lofton walked in the winning run again tonight, drawing a bases loaded walk. The game was won with a 6 run 8th inning. This was their 7th win in a row for the best winning streak of the season. Now we're 5 games over Detroit for the Central.

August 30, 2007 - Ninth inning magic! Kenny Lofton walked in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth to give Cleveland the 6-5 victory. This is their 6th win in a row. Aaron Laffey had a decent but not great outting. We maintained a 4.5 game lead over the Tigers, and look to enter September in good shape.

August 29, 2007 - Finally C.C.Sabathia gets his 15th win, beating Johann Santana tonight. Cleveland is now 4.5 games ahead of Detroit, and happy to be there. Joe Borowski as usual made it an exciting finish, and got his league leading 39th save.

August 28, 2007 - Travis Hafner hit a homer in the 1st inning, and Jake Westbrook turned in yet another good performance. What a time of year for them to suddenly come alive. This is just when we need it most. Either way, I think they'll be consistently better from now. They're only 4 wins short of their total last year of 78 victories. This is a major improvement.

August 27, 2007 - WOW!!! Cleveland pulled off a 5-4-3 triple play tonight, the first time they've done that since 1992. Paul Byrd once again turned in a good performance, and Cleveland's offense came alive again. This year's offense has been awful overall, but they're still in first.

August 26, 2007 - Cleveland pulled one out in the bottom of the 9th, with Grady Sizemore tieing the game up, and Victor Martinez, and Travis Hafner singled in the winning runs, as the Indians won in the 11th. Detroit beat New York, so they're still 2.5 games back.

August 25, 2007 - Aaron Laffey got his 2nd win on his 3rd major league start. Grady Sizemore, and Victor Martinez homered, and the Indians finally found their nearly entirely dormant offense. Cleveland once again has a 2.5 game lead on Detroit.

August 24, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia once again pitched a great game, and once again no offense. Back a few years ago, a situation like this would call for a new hitting coach, or some sort of move, but they don't seem to mind. They're in first in the Central, but only because Detroit has been more inept.

August 23, 2007 - Jake Westbrook turned in a great performance, and Kenny Lofton turned in the game winning hit in the 10th. Finally we won a game that went into extra innings. Also, we haven't had a 2.5 games or better lead in the Central since July 3.

August 22, 2007 - Paul Byrd didn't have a spectacular night, but with the offense we got, we didn't need it. Victor Martinez drove in a run, Franklin Gutierrez drove in 3, and Cleveland won 11-8. The Tigers are now a game and a half back, and we face Kansas City on Friday night.

August 21, 2007 - Fausto Carmona turned in a brilliant performance tonight, going 8 innings, and yielding only 3 hits, though 2 of them were homeruns. The Indians for the first time in franchise history had a game where they only had 1 hit, and it was a homerun. Detroit is again half a game behind us.

August 19, 2007 - Once again C.C.Sabathia got denied a win after a good outting. Sabathia only gave up 2 runs in 8 innings of work. Cleveland lost in the 12th off Joel Guzman. Gotta win guys!

August 18, 2007 - Jake Westbrook pitched an outstanding game tonight, giving up only 1 run in seven innings of work. Asdrubal Cabrera got his first major league home run, as did Grady Sizemore. Cleveland wins 8-1, and takes a game and a half lead of the AL Central.

August 17, 2007 - Paul Byrd didn't have a stellar outting, yet only gave up one run, in 6 innings of work. Cleveland wins, and gains sole possession of the Central.

August 15, 2007 - Fausto Carmona had a career night, striking out 10, and giving up only 1 earned run. Joe Borowski got another save, and Franklin Guitierrez hit a 2-run bomb. Cleveland is now again tied for lead in the AL Central.

August 14, 2007 - Joe Borowski took this loss, which was capped by a 3-run dinger by Maglio Ordonez. The Tigers have the Central for now, by 1 game. Cleveland doesn't seem to look too tough since June 1. Let's hope they catch fire at some point.

August 12, 2007 - Well, sorry folks, but I was off for many days. We just got thoroughly smoked by the hated Yankees, who swept us for the season. Detroit should be back in front again, and how I didn't update this until Friday I don't know. I thought I did. Oh well. See you tomorrow.

August 7, 2007 - Jake Westbrook turned in a brilliant performance tonight, at one point setting down 23 of 24 batters. Grady Sizemore once again delivered the game winning hit. As Detroit also won tonight, we remain half a game in front. I guess this will have to be settled during the face to fact meetings. Tough run!

August 6, 2007 - Paul Byrd threw his first shutout in over 2 years, and Pronk smashed a homer tonight. Finally they won one!

August 5, 2007 - Fausto Carmona pitched a great game, one that would have won on any other day, but he had absolutely NO help from his offense. Cleveland loses 0-1, and somehow Detroit is having the same problem, and we're still in the lead by half a game.

August 4, 2007 - Well, they loaded the bases, and should have scored enough to win, but failed. A. Laffey lost. Can't say as I've heard of him, didn't get to actually see the game, sorry I'll try to get back to it tomorrow.

August 3, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia got his 14th victory of the season, and Grady Sizemore homered, and drove in four runs. Cleveland overtook Detroit for first, now leading by half a game. Joe Borowski got his 30th save in 33 chances. Amazing they're in first, considering the funk they've been in for the past 2 months, and after coming off of a 4 game losing streak.

August 2, 2007 - Jake Westbrook finally pitched a great game, and the offense showed up, so they won 5-0. Grady Sizemore drove in 2 runs, and turned 25 today. Happy Birthday to him. We're within a half game of Detroit.

August 1, 2007 - The fourth game in a row. The Indians lost yet again, and looked horrible doing it. The play was sloppy, and they couldn't hold a lead. The only bright spot here is that Detroit also lost, so we're still only a game back, but if we continue to play like this it won't matter. There's no point in going into the playoffs if you can't play small ball, or hold leads.

July 31, 2007 - Fausto Carmona pitched a good game but lost, as the offense once again failed to show. The offense has been largely anemic during the past month, and hopefully they'll improve as August and September roll in.

July 29, 2007 - Once again no offense, and the Indians lose. This time, a key series to the Twins. This Tribe isn't as good as their record would indicate, and are only playing .500 baseball over the past 2 months. There are trade rumors everywhere, some say we're going to get Dotel from Kansas City. We already got Lofton. Who knows? Perhaps Mark Shapiro.

July 28, 2007 - Joe Borowski gave up the winning run, and the offense did little, as Cleveland lost 2-3. Thankfully Detroit also lost, so the Indians are still 1/2 game back.

July 27, 2007 - Kenny Lofton had 3 hits in his return to Cleveland. Paul Byrd didn't give up a run through the first 6+ innings, and looked brilliant. I have to say I've been pleased with our starting rotation this year. The offense finally came alive, and it was nice to see the ones that were slumping get hits as well. Indians win 10-4.

July 26, 2007 - Well, the Indians got plain shelled on this night. 9-14 Boston just whipped them. Money Ramirez hit the 3rd longest homer ever at the Jake. Next series, Minnesota.

July 25, 2007 - Franklin Guitierrez hit the lone homerun in the game, Joe Borowski got his 30th save of the season. Cleveland finally beat Boston again. They have only beaten Boston one other time this season. If we get into the playoffs, and we have to play Boston, I hope we get them in a short series.

July 24, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia pitched a game that would likely have given him his 14th victory on any other night, but Boston pitched better, and won 0-1. Boston has just owned the Tribe this year. As an extra note, this was our 100th game of the season, and we have a 58-42 record. Last year after 100 games, we were 42-58.

July 23, 2007 - Jake Westbrook got rocked, yet again, giving up 5 runs. The offense only managed 2 runs, thus the Tribe fell easily 2-6.

July 22, 2007 - Josh Barfield had a game to remember, Paul Byrd pitched a gem, and the Indians beat up the Rangers 8-3. Taking 3 of 4 is what we want to see.

July 21, 2007 - They tried to rally in the 9th, but came up short, and lost 5-8. Not a whole lot to say about this one, aside from Cliff Lee got rocked. Next...

July 20, 2007 - Joe Borowski got his save, even if he gave up 2 runs in the bottom of the 9th, though one was unearned, courtesy of Mark Rouse. Fausto Carmona got his 4th in a row, and only gave up 3 hits. Great!

July 19, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia became the Major Leagues' first 13 game winner, hanging on to beat the Rangers 7-5. Grady Sizemore drove in the winning run, and we were victorious, continuing our .500 pace through June, and July. Wedge just does this during June, and July. In August, and September, they'll heat up again.

July 18, 2007 - And, Mark Buehrle got his first win against Cleveland in 2 years, while the White Sox nailed us. This has been a very frustrating couple of months. These guys should be much better than .500 for 1.5 months.

July 17, 2007 - Ryan Garko provided the heroics yet again. Cleveland got another win, but man during the past 2 months they're sliding along at .500. Next...

July 16, 2007 - Cliff Lee got pounded, giving up 7 runs in 5.1 innings of work, with Francisco Cabrera giving up the other 4. After a valiant effort by the Indians offense, including Ryan Garko extending his hitting streak to 10 games. White Sox win, 10-11.

July 15, 2007 - Fausto Carmona got his third straight victory, to improve to 11-4 on the season. Travis Hafner had 3 hits, including a 2-run dinger. Joe Borowski got his 26th save in 29 opportunities. Cleveland wins 5-3, and takes the series.

July 14, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia got another loss, allowing 5 runs early on. Cleveland's offense came up late in the game, but couldn't quite do it. Cleveland drops one 5-6.

July 13, 2007 - Ryan Garko had the game winning hit tonight, after Joe Borowski gave up the save, but got the win anyhow. It was his first blown save since May 13. The Tribe remains a half game back in the Central as Detroit also won tonight.

July 12, 2007 - Cleveland signed Travis Hafner to a $57M 4-year extension. This will keep him in Cleveland through 2012. I'm glad to see Dolan laying out some money to be sure the team wins.

July 8, 2007 - Alex Rios hit a run scoring single in the 9th inning to break up a 0-0 tie, and Cleveland lost 1-0. What can you really say here? 0-1? It's a well played game on both sides of the diamond. Cleveland goes into the All-Star Break at 52-36. This hasn't happened for a good many years now.

July 7, 2007 - Fausto Carmona won his second consecutive start for the first time in nearly 2 months now, and the Tribe got 4 home runs, including a 3-run by Casey Blake, to bring them to 52 victories before the All-Star Break.

July 6, 2007 - Cleveland lost yet another game. A 3 game losing streak, perfect way to follow up a 6 game winning streak. Irrespective, that 6-3 in 9 games, which I'll take. Anyhow, better luck tomorrow.

July 5, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia got soundly beaten today, giving up 7 runs, off 3 homers in only 4 innings of work. This was just a thorough beating we took.

July 4, 2007 - Jake Westbrook went 7 innings giving up 5 runs, and the offense only scored 4, so game over. He lost the game, and the Tribe leads Detroit by 2 games now.

July 3, 2007 - Casey Blake hit a homer in the top of the 11th, and Joe Borowski got yet another save, getting 2 strike-outs in the process. Cleveland beat Detroit in a pretty important series starter, 5-4. We're at 51 victories before the All-Star break, that's a good go, and 6 in a row at that!

July 2, 2007 - Grady Sizemore, C.C.Sabathia, and Victor Martinez will represent the Indians on the AL All-Star squad. Tonight the Indians made it 5 in a row, to finish the 4 game sweep of the Devil Rays. Fausto Carmona earned his ninth game of the season, and Grady Sizemore hit an eighth inning grand slam, his 500th career hit!!! Go Tribe, nice to be at 50 wins before the All-Star break. Last year at this point we were 39-43.

July 1, 2007 - Cliff Lee pitched 7 strong innings, giving up 1 run. Joe Borowski got his 24 save in 26 chances, pitching in his 4 game in a row.

June 30, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia became the first 12 game winner in the majors tonight, going 7 innings, giving up only 2 earned runs. Grady Sizemore drove in 3 runs, and the Indians won, despite a near ninth inning rally, 8-6. Detroit lost, so we remain in first place.

June 29, 2007 - Ben Francisco in his debut for the Indians hit the game winning homer to lead off the ninth. The Indians beat the Devil Rays and once again reclaimed first place in the Central, as Detroit lost to Minnesota.

June 28, 2007 - Jason Michaels drove in 3 runs, to lead the Indians to a 4-3 victory over the slumping A's. Paul Byrd got yet another win, and Borowski got his 22nd save of the season.

June 27, 2007 - Cleveland was down by 9 after the first inning, and this game was a wash from the start. Fausto had a rough outting, and the Indians lost 13-7.

June 26, 2007 - Down by 2 runs going into the bottom of the ninth, Kelly Shoppach hit a 3-run walk-off dinger to win the game 8-5. This was their 150th win in their last at bat at Jacobs Field, which opened in 1994.

June 25, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia pitched another complete game, giving up only 2 runs, to lead the Indians to a 5-2 victory. Travis Hafner hit a dinger, and the offense looked a little alive.

June 24, 2007 - And Cleveland still struggles during June. Losing 1-3. The pitching has been pretty good, but the offense hasn't exactly set the world on fire. Hafner isn't really doing much this year, and thus the offense suffers.

June 23, 2007 - Paul Byrd once again pitched a gem, this guy is great. Victor Martinez delivered a 3-run dinger in the ninth to give us the victory.

June 22, 2007 - Didn't see this one, Cleveland lost 4-1 to Washington, no offense obviously. Next...

June 20, 2007 - Casey Blake was the star of this game, driving in 2 runs in an eight run sixth inning. C.C.Sabathia is now 10-2, and Cleveland is starting to turn June around. We're almost at .500 for June, at 9-10.

June 19, 2007 - They came back to 5-6 in the bottom of the eighth, only to give up a 3-run homer in the ninth, and lost the game 9-6.

June 18, 2007 - Cliff Lee gave up only 1 run in 7 innings of work. Kelly Shoppach hit a 3-run dinger, and the Indians beat the Phillies handily, 10-1.

June 17, 2007 - Fausto Carmona once again had a great outting, helping the Indians avoid being swept by Atlanta. The Indians have only been swept in a series this year by New York. The Yankees, what else is new?

June 16, 2007 - Cleveland got roughed up, losing twice in a row to Atlanta. This is the third series they've lost in June so far.

June 15, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia once again pitched into the ninth inning, but this time got hit for the loss. Atlanta won their first game at Jacobs field in more than a decade.

June 14, 2007 - Joe Borowski got another save, and has 19 on the season. Cleveland needs a decent winning streak. It's time they state what sort of season it'll be. Anyhow, the marathon continues.

June 13, 2007 - Finally, the Indians pulled off a victory. I think this is the first time they've faced the Marlins in a series since the World Series of 1997. They've lost 2 of their last 3 series, and need to start winning again, or they'll spend October watching TV again.

June 12, 2007 - They were blanked for the second time in a week. The Indians have had a rough time since the start of June. Last season it was June, and July that more or less finished any hopes of a winning season. What will happen this time?

June 11, 2007 - The Indians came back to tie the game after being down by 7, and then lost in the 9th inning. It was a heart breaking loss. Borowski got the loss, and Cleveland is now only a game in the lead in the AL Central.

June 10, 2007 - This was an old fashioned pitcher's duel. C.C.Sabathia once again went 9 innings, giving up no runs. It could have been a shut out for him, but the offense generated no runs, and Cincinnati won. 0-1!

June 9, 2007 - Joe Borowski got his 18th save in 20 opportunities this season, as the Indians won in the 11th inning. Grady Sizemore homered, as did Dave Delucci. 37-23, better than last year, but June is .500 baseball so far. Come on guys...

June 8, 2007 - I didn't get to watch this one, Cleveland lost 3-4. Better luck tomorrow. They're 3-4 for June so far, hope they don't fall behind. Everyone else in the Central lost except Kansas City.

June 7, 2007 - Fausto Carmona once again turned in a gem of a performance, going seven innings, giving up only 1 run. He has won his last 7 consecutive starts. What a year?

June 6, 2007 - Paul Byrd didn't get his win, instead he got a loss. Cleveland didn't have enough runs to win, and I'm sorry, but you have to score 4 runs. Either way, 35-22.

June 5, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia pitched his fifth career shutout tonight, blanking Kansas City 1-0. He improved his record to 9-1 for the year, raising speculation that Cleveland might come out of it's 33 year drought of 20 game winners. Who knows? It should be fun to watch.

June 3, 2007 - The Indians got thoroughly beaten today. Detroit split the series with us. Next up, Kansas City...

June 2, 2007 - The Tigers beat us handily tonight, I didn't get to watch the game, I was busy spending time with a close friend. They're bound to beat us once in a while. And, the Cavs tonight hammered home a trip to the NBA Finals. It's the first time a Cleveland team has appeared in a championship game since 1997.

June 1, 2007 - Dave Delucci singled in the winning run, after Victor Martinez hit a 3-run bomb to put the Indians within 1 run in the 9th. Cleveland once again worked it's magic, and won. They have been murder on the Central this year. This is the best record they've had since 2001. Go Tribe!!!

May 31, 2007 - Grady Sizemore had an amazing catch, to save runs. C.C.Sabathia, wasn't spectacular, but he gets the win. Travis Hafner finally started hitting again, you knew he would. Cleveland is having a great season so far.

May 30, 2007 - Paul Byrd won his 5th straight, proving how valuable he is to Cleveland, once again. Cleveland avoided the sweep by coming from behind. We have the second best record in the majors, at 32-19.

May 29, 2007 - Jeremy Sowers pitched a better game than his numbers would indicate here, as the reliever, came in and walked batters. When you come into the game from the bullpen, you better throw strikes! Boston wins 4-2!

May 28, 2007 - Boston out pitched us, and Cleveland didn't have enough offense. Boston wins. Not much to say here.

May 27, 2007 - Fausto Carmona pitched another strong game, giving up 3 runs over 7 innings. Ryan Garko hit a three-run homer, and Casey Blake had a solo shot. Cleveland wins, sweeping Detroit 5-3. Big series, HUGE WIN!!!

May 26, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia pitched 7 innings giving up 3 runs, David Delucci hit the 2 run homer in the eighth to lift Cleveland to a 6-3 victory.

May 25, 2007 - Paul Byrd pitched a nearly flawless outing tonight, pitching a lopsided amount of strikes. The Indians are once again in first place in the AL Central. Gotta win these series with Detroit this year.

May 24, 2007 - Jeremy Sowers gave up only 1 run in 7 innings of work, Koplove came on to work 1.1 innings, the result was an easy victory for the Indians, winning 10-3. The offense put up big numbers, and Sowers won.

May 23, 2007 - Cliff Lee got battered about, giving up entirely too many runs, and once again the Tribe was beaten on the road. This is not how a team that wants to play in October handles itself. Let's see if Cleveland can't avoid the second sweep of the season.

May 22, 2007 - Aaron Fultz walked in the winning run, and the Indians lost another game on the road. Good thing their record at home is great, because they're not even .500 on the road. Let's see what they do tomorrow night.

May 21, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia went 5 innings giving up 1 run. This is a make up game I didn't have on here, because I didn't know about it till today. Cleveland over Seattle 5-2.

May 20, 2007 - Paul Byrd remains unbeaten at Jacobs Field this year, and the Indians matched their best home start in their 107 year history. 26-15, 11 wins over .500, gotta love this. So far, it's been a great year for the Tribe. They've been in first place, or near the top all year. Go Tribe!!!

May 19, 2007 - Jeremy Sowers once again got battered around. If he makes it the entire season in the rotation I'll be shocked. The Indians just couldn't get enough runs, and 10 is a lot to give up. Reds win 10-5.

May 18, 2007 - Cliff Lee remains unbeaten in interleague play. Garko, and Sizemore homered, and the Indians trounced the Reds 9-4. The Reds have really been battered on the road recently, and tonight was no exception.

May 17, 2007 - Fausto Carmona outpitched Johan Santana yet again!!! The Indians won 2-0, on homeruns by Martinez, and Garko. We are now, for the afternoon atleast, tied for 1st in the AL Central.

May 16, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia struck out 5, going 8 innings, and giving up only 1 run. Sizemore scored 3 runs, and stole 2 bases, helping the Tribe win. 23-14, very far cry from last season, when after 37 games we were 17-20. Hope this season keeps up like it's been.

May 15, 2007 - Paul Byrd made a decent, not great start, but it really didn't matter. Cleveland's offense made it a moot point, putting 15 runs on the board. Minnesota is having a pretty rough season this year, compared to what they've had the last few years. Irrespective, Tribe wins 15-7.

May 13, 2007 - They gave up 5 runs in the bottom of the 9th. What else can be said? They had the game, if only they could have gotten out of the inning, 7-5. They needed just one out, and Borowski melted down. This is NOT good. We'll see if he bounces back, but if the Indians intend to be a postseason team, they had better be able to close games.

May 12, 2007 - Josh Barfield shined, batting a pair of run scoring triples. Fausto Carmona has really stepped up to help our starting rotation. Cleveland snapped their losing streak, and won 6-3.

May 11, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia had his unbeaten streak ended, giving up 6 runs in 6 and 2/3 innings. Cleveland mustered no offense, and lost for the third game in a row.

May 10, 2007 - Talk about getting the "beat down". 0-8? They haven't had much offense during the past 2 games. 2 runs in 2 games will NOT win games. Next game is Oakland, let's see what happens there? This was the first series loss for the Indians, aside from the Yankees sweep.

May 9, 2007 - Well, you can't win them all, and to that effect, the Indians dropped this one 2-3 in the 10th. Not much to say here, hard loss.

May 8, 2007 - Cliff Lee pitched a complete game 3-hitter. His second start went much better than his first. Victor Martinez, and Casey Blake provided most of the offense, and gave the Indians their 13th win in 16 games.

May 7, 2007 - Fausto Carmona pitched a great game today, and gave up no earned runs. Casey Blake gave Baltimore an extra out in the 8th inning, but the Indians still won. In a rout, they won the final 2 games of the series, today being 10-1. Go Tribe!!!

May 6, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia remains unbeaten. Trot Nixon went 5-for-5 raising his batting average 49 points. Sabathia said he just had no control today, and it showed. Baltimore had a worse time with pitching, the Indians won 9-6.

May 5, 2007 - Jeremy Sowers had a horrible outting, going just 2 innings, and being driven from the mound. Cleveland lost 8-2. Not much to say here.

May 4, 2007 - After yet another great start by Paul Byrd, the Indians lost in the 10th inning 2-3. It snaps a 4 game winning streak, but if this team is worth their salt, there will be many more winning streaks.

May 3, 2007 - Unbelievable... The Indians are white hot right now, having won 10 of their last 11 games. Cliff Lee came back, and didn't get a decision. Aaron Fultz got the win, and Joe Borowski now has 10 saves. Maybe 90 victories will be low? That's my prediction.

May 2, 2007 - The Blue Jays over shifted for "Pronk", and he dribbled a hit down the 3rd base line, while Dave Delucci scored from first base, to win the game in the 11th inning. That's 9 victories in 10 games. Outstanding!

May 1, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia survived an early shelling, to remain unbeaten, and settled down to pitch well. The Indians offense erupted, and they won 12-4. The bullpen once again kept things in order.

April 29, 2007 - Fausto Carmona turned in a great performance pitching into the 9th inning. They played against the Indians winning pitcher from the '97 season, Jaret Wright, who left after the 3rd inning, and is likely to go back on the DL. That's 7 victories, in 8 games, Go Tribe!!!

April 28, 2007 - In a game that the Indians played under protest, after the umpires added a run to the Oriole's score 3 innings later, the Indians bullpen imploded, and they lost 7-4. They may get the opportunity to replay part or all of the game.

April 27, 2007 - Jake Westbrook pitched well tonight, but the offense waited for the 6th inning to go into action, and Roberto Hernandez got the victory. Grady Sizemore capped off the 6th with an inside the park homer. Go Tribe! That's 6 in a row, the last time the Indians accomplished that feat was during the 2nd through 8th game of last season.

April 26, 2007 - Paul Byrd was the hero of the day, turning in a good pitching performance, going 6 innings, allowing 3 runs. The Indians beat the Rangers 9-4, to win their 5th straight. They're holding 1st place in the Central a bit more tightly now. I predict 90 victories for the season.

April 25, 2007 - Jonny Peralta delivered the game winning hit, the Rangers set a club record for strikeouts, and the bullpen held up. Indians win 8-7.

April 24, 2007 - Fausto Carmona pitched 7.2 strong innings, and gave up only 2 runs, to lead the Indians to another victory, and put them in first place in the AL Central. Go Tribe!

April 23, 2007 - The Indians bullpen looked marvelous tonight, and saved the day. Ryan Garko hit the game winning run, and the Indians got their victory in reasonably quick order. Go Tribe!

April 22, 2007 - The Indians nearly made another rookie pitcher look great today, but rallied in the 9th to win. If they don't learn to handle pitchers they've never seen, or don't learn to hit mediocre pitching, their young season is over already.

April 21, 2007 - The Indians lost this one in fine manner. 5-6, another loss on the young season, but they're still .500.

April 20, 2007 - C.C. Sabathia had another good outing, and the Indians beat Tampa Bay 4-3. Joe Borowski got the save, to make 6 of 6.

April 19, 2007 - Fausto Carmona had a pretty decent start, and only gave up 2 runs. Joe Borowski well, not so much. His day meant that in a non-save situation, 6-2, he managed to lose the game 6-8. A-Rod hit a walkoff 3-run dinger to win the game. Borowski faced only the bottom of the order, guys he should have gotten out, and the first 2 he did. After that, no more. 6-8, Yankees win.

April 18, 2007 - Again with the beat down. The Yankees schooled the Indians yet again. Another poor outing, and yet we're still only 1 back, it'll be 1.5 by morning.

April 17, 2007 - The Yankees beat the stuffing out of the Indians tonight, making their rookie pitcher a winner on his first time out. The hated Yankees batted around in the second inning on Jake Westbrook. Come on pal, show us what that money is worth to you, though any pitcher can have a rough night out...

April 15, 2007 - C.C.Sabathia pitched 8 strong innings to record his 3rd win of the season. This is a very good start to the season. I'm very happy.

April 14, 2007 - Paul Byrd finally got to register one, even though it was once again shortened by weather. The Indians managed to get one in at home. What weather we've had, can't wait for it to improve.

April 13, 2007 - Cleveland lost tonight 4-6. Fausto didn't have a very good night. Oh well, we lost our home opener. Gotta win the next 2 to get the series.

April 12, 2007 - Well, in our home away from home, we won 4-2 today, despite committing 2 errors in the 8th. Hafner hammered a 3-run homer, and put the Indians in the lead 4-2. Wonderful!

April 11, 2007 - The offense missed out on some chances early, and couldn't get anything going against the Angels' pitching. Westbrook did his job, but the offense let him down. Next...

April 10, 2007 - Well, Borowski got a save, but boy does he like to keep on the edge of their seats. The Indians eak out a 3rd win in the young season, and get to 3-1, which ties them for the lead in the Central. Milwaukee? Well, hope mother nature takes care of business here.

April 9, 2007 - Yet again, the games were called off. 27 inches of snow, in April. How much does it suck to live in north eastern Ohio sometimes?

April 5, 2007 - Grady Sizemore homered again, to become the first Indian to ever homer in the first 3 games of a season. The bullpen lost the game, but we did win the series.

April 4, 2007 - Grady Sizemore hit the game winning homer, the bullpen threw 4 innings of shutout baseball, and Jason Michaels made an amazing catch on his backside, on the warning track, and the Indians won 8-7. Well, that's 2, hopefully we have atleast 90 more victories this season, but who knows? It's baseball, anything could happen.

April 2, 2007 - Grady Sizemore shined as the Indians slaughtered the Sox today, 12-5. Hope this means we'll have a good season, but seasons are marathons, not sprints.

February 14, 2007 - Ohio gets buried by blizzard, and we await baseball. We need the warm weather, and ability to go outside, and enjoy the world around us. Spring training is about to start, that's a sign that it's coming.
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American League Championship Series - Cleveland Indians (96-66) vs. Boston Red Sox (96-66) -- Boston Wins Series 4-3
Boston goes on to beat the Colorado Rockies in the World Series, in 4 straight.

ALCS Game #1 - 10/12/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 8 0
Boston 1 0 4 0 3 2 0 0 X 10 12 0
WP: J.Beckett(1-0)
LP: C.C.Sabathia(0-1)

ALCS Game #2 - 10/13/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
Cleveland(0-1) 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 13 17 0
Boston(1-0) 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 0
WP: T.Mastny(1-0)
LP: E.Gagne(0-1)

ALCS Game #3 - 10/15/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Boston(1-1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 7 0
Cleveland(1-1) 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 x 4 6 1
WP: J.Westbrook(1-0) - Sv: J.Borowski(1)
LP: D.Matsuzaka(0-1)

ALCS Game #4 - 10/16/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Boston(1-2) 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 8 1
Cleveland(2-1) 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 x 7 9 0
WP: P.Byrd(1-0)
LP: T.Wakefield(0-1)

ALCS Game #5 - 10/18/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Boston(1-3) 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 7 12 1
Cleveland(3-1) 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1
WP: J.Beckett(2-0)
LP: C.C.Sabathia(0-2)

ALCS Game #6 - 10/20/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Cleveland(3-2) 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 6 2
Boston(2-3) 4 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 x 12 13 0
WP: C.Schilling(1-0)
LP: F.Carmona(0-1)

ALCS Game #7 - 10/21/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Cleveland(3-3) 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 1
Boston(3-3) 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 6 x 11 15 1
WP: D.Matsuzaka(1-1) - Sv: J.Papelbon(1)
LP: J.Westbrook(1-1)

American League Division Series - New York Yankees (94-68) vs. Cleveland Indians (96-66) -- Cleveland Wins 3-1

ALDS Game #1 - 10/4/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
NY Yankees 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 5 0
Cleveland 3 0 1 0 5 2 0 1 X 12 14 0
WP: C.C.Sabathia (1-0)
LP: C.Wang(0-1)

ALDS Game #2 - 10/5/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
NY Yankees(0-1) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0
Cleveland(1-0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 9 1
WP: R.Perez (1-0)
LP: L.Vizcaino(0-1)

ALDS Game #3 - 10/7/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Cleveland(2-0) 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 9 0
NY Yankees(0-2) 0 0 1 0 4 3 0 0 X 8 11 0
WP: P.Hughes (1-0)
LP: J.Westbrook(0-1)

ALDS Game #4 - 10/8/2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Cleveland(2-1) 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 13 0
NY Yankees(1-2) 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 12 0
WP: P.Byrd (1-0) - Sv: J.Borowski(1)
LP: C.Wang(0-2)

2007 Regular Season

April 2007 - 14-8 W/L - 115-104 RS/RA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  2 - @Chicago WS 12-5 3 - No Game 4 - @Chicago WS 8-7 5 - @Chicago WS 3-4 6 - Seattle Mariners
7 - Seattle Mariners
8 - Seattle Mariners
9 - Seattle Mariners
10 - LA Angels 7-6 11 - LA Angels 1-4 12 - LA Angels 4-2 13 - Chicago WS 4-6 14 - Chicago WS 4-0
15 - Chicago WS 2-1 16 - No Game 17 - @New York Yankees 3-10 18 - @New York Yankees 2-9 19 - @New York Yankees 6-8 20 - @Tampa Bay DR 4-3 21 - @Tampa Bay DR 5-6
22 - @Tampa Bay DR 6-4 23 - @Minnesota Twins 7-3 24 - @Minnesota Twins 5-3 25 - Texas Rangers 8-7 26 - Texas Rangers 9-4 27 - Baltimore Orioles 5-4 28 - Baltimore Orioles 4-7
29 - Baltimore Orioles 6-1 30 - No Game  

May 2007 - 19-11 W/L - 180-137 RS/RA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 - Toronto Blue Jays 12-4 2 - Toronto Blue Jays 7-6 3 - Toronto Blue Jays 6-5 4 - @Baltimore Orioles 2-3 5 - @Baltimore Orioles 2-8
6 - @Baltimore Orioles 9-6 7 - @Baltimore Orioles 10-1 8 - @LA Angels 5-1 9 - @LA Angels 2-3 10 - @LA Angels 0-8 11 - @Oakland A's 2-8 12 - @Oakland A's 6-3
13 - @Oakland A's 7-10 14 - No Game 15 - Minnesota Twins 15-5 16 - Minnesota Twins 7-1 17 - Minnesota Twins 2-0 18 - Cincinnati Reds 9-4 19 - Cincinnati Reds 5-10
20 - Cincinnati Reds 5-3 21 - Seattle Mariners 5-2 (MU) 22 - @Kansas City Royals 3-4 23 - @Kansas City Royals 7-11 24 - @Kansas City Royals 10-3 25 - @Detroit Tigers 7-4 26 - @Detroit Tigers 6-3
27 - @Detroit Tigers 5-3 28 - @Boston Red Sox 3-5 29 - @Boston Red Sox 2-4 30 - @Boston Red Sox 8-4 31 - Detroit Tigers 11-5  

June 2007 - 15-13 W/L - 135-132 RS/RA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 - Detroit Tigers 12-11 2 - Detroit Tigers 5-9
3 - Detroit Tigers 2-9 4 - No Game 5 - Kansas City Royals 1-0 6 - Kansas City Royals 3-4 7 - Kansas City Royals 8-3 8 - @Cincinnati Reds 3-4 9 - @Cincinnati Reds 8-6
10 - @Cincinnati Reds 0-1 11 - Seattle Mariners 7-8 12 - @Florida Marlins 0-3 13 - @Florida Marlins 6-3 14 - @Florida Marlins 3-2 15 - Atlanta Braves 4-5 16 - Atlanta Braves 2-6
17 - Atlanta Braves 5-2 18 - Philadelphia Phillies 10-1 19 - Philadelphia Phillies 6-9 20 - Philadelphia Phillies 10-6 21 - No Game 22 - @Washington Nationals 1-4 23 - @Washington Nationals 4-3
24 - @Washington Nationals 1-3 25 - Oakland A's 5-2 26 - Oakland A's 8-5 27 - Oakland A's 7-13 28 - Oakland A's 4-3 29 - Tampa Bay DR 2-1 30 - Tampa Bay DR 8-6

July 2007 - 12-14 W/L - 123-126 RS/RA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1 - Tampa Bay DR 3-2 2 - Tampa Bay DR 10-2 3 - @Detroit Tigers 5-4 4 - @Detroit Tigers 4-6 5 - @Detroit Tigers 3-12 6 - @Toronto Blue Jays 6-8 7 - @Toronto Blue Jays 9-4
8 - @Toronto Blue Jays 0-1 9 - ALL STAR BREAK 10 - ALL STAR BREAK 11 - ALL STAR BREAK 12 - ALL STAR BREAK 13 - Kansas City Royals 5-4 14 - Kansas City Royals 5-6
15 - Kansas City Royals 5-3 16 - Chicago WS 10-11 17 - Chicago WS 6-5 18 - Chicago WS 1-5 19 - @Texas Rangers 7-5 20 - @Texas Rangers 3-2 21 - @Texas Rangers 5-8
22 - @Texas Rangers 3-8 23 - Boston Red Sox 2-6 24 - Boston Red Sox 0-1 25 - Boston Red Sox 1-0 26 - Boston Red Sox 9-14 27 - Minnesota Twins 10-4 28 - Minnesota Twins 2-3
29 - Minnesota Twins 1-4 30 - No Game 31 - Texas Rangers 1-3  

August 2007 - 17-11 W/L - 123-104 RS/RA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 - Texas Rangers 6-9 2 - Texas Rangers 5-0 3 - @Minnesota Twins 5-2 4 - @Minnesota Twins 2-3
5 - @Minnesota Twins 0-1 6 - @Minnesota Twins 4-0 7 - @Chicago WS 2-1 8 - @Chicago WS 4-6 9 - @Chicago WS 7-5 10 - New York Yankees 1-6 11 - New York Yankees 2-11
12 - New York Yankees 3-5 13 - No Game 14 - Detroit Tigers 2-6 15 - Detroit Tigers 5-2 16 - No Game 17 - @Tampa Bay DR 2-1 18 - @Tampa Bay DR 8-1
19 - @Tampa Bay DR 3-4 20 - No Game 21 - @Detroit Tigers 1-2 22 - @Detroit Tigers 11-8 23 - @Detroit Tigers 3-1 24 - @Kansas City Royals 1-2 25 - @Kansas City Royals 9-4
26 - @Kansas City Royals 5-3 27 - Minnesota Twins 8-3 28 - Minnesota Twins 6-5 29 - Minnesota Twins 4-3 30 - Seattle Mariners 6-5 31 - Chicago WS 8-5  

Sept 2007 - 19-9 W/L - 136-99 RS/RA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 - Chicago WS 7-0
2 - Chicago WS 0-8 3 - @Minnesota Twins 5-0 4 - @Minnesota Twins 7-5 5 - @Minnesota Twins 6-2 6 - @LA Angels 3-10 7 - @LA Angels 2-3 8 - @LA Angels 6-1
9 - @LA Angels 6-2 10 - @Chicago WS 6-2 11 - @Chicago WS 8-3 12 - @Chicago WS 4-7 13 - No Game 14 - Kansas City Royals 5-4 15 - Kansas City Royals 6-0
16 - Kansas City Royals 3-4 17 - Detroit Tigers 6-5 18 - Detroit Tigers 7-4 19 - Detroit Tigers 4-2 20 - No Game 21 - Oakland A's 4-3 22 - Oakland A's 3-9
23 - Oakland A's 6-2 24 - No Game 25 - @Seattle Mariners 4-3 26
1: Mariners 12-4
2: @Mariners 3-2
27 - @Seattle Mariners 2-4 28 - @Kansas City Royals 5-3 29 - @Kansas City Royals 3-4
30 - @Kansas City Royals 4-2