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That looks like a bug in yum. But, the 'dnf' command replaces 'yum' in Fedora 22. This command will do what you want:

dnf search minecraft

But the answer is 'no', because minecraft is not open source, so it cannot be included in Fedora.

It is not hard, however, to download the Minecraft.jar from https://minecraft.net/download and run it on Fedora:

java -jar Minecraft.jar

It works great for me.