Found April 28, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Cleveland Indians recalled Yan Gomes from Triple-A Columbus to take the place of catcher Lou Marson who was recently placed on the 15-day disabled list with inflammation of his right shoulder. Gomes will serve as Carlos Santana‘s backup. The post Cleveland Indians Recall Catcher Yan Gomes From Triple-A Columbus appeared first on FFLockerRoom | NFL - MLB News | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports Talk.
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