Found July 29, 2012 on Cleveland Sports 360:
The Cleveland Indians have to get a good start from pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez today as the tape, Minnesota Twins in-game three.  The Minnesota Twins will be starting Brian Duensing who hasn’t produced a win in his last 10 starts. Duensing is only one in six on this season, the Cleveland Indians are going to have to get off to a fast start today.  Cleveland pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez has had a rough couple of a starts in his last few outings. Ubaldo Jimenez hasn’t had a win since July 7, in his last start against the Detroit Tigers Jinenez gave up seven hits and no earned runs in the sixth innings he worked.  Ubaldo Jimenez is 8 and 9 on the season and is in search of as much-needed win today against the Minnesota Twins. The Cleveland Indians offense is going to have to get Ubaldo Jimenez some runs support today.  The Indians are going to need guys like a Jack Hannahan, Asdrubal Cabrera, Jason Kipnis, Travis Hafner and Carlos Santana to step it up at the plate today. The Cleveland Indians s...
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