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The climb back from injury and to the Majors helped Jason Donald appreciate things a little more this season. Now, it has him looking forward to whatever role might await him when spring returns in 2012.
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The off-season has already been a bit of a whirlwind for veteran right-handed pitcher Derek Lowe. In September, Lowe started five games for the Atlanta Braves, a month that ended with the sinker-ball pitcher boasting a tumultuous 8.75 ERA and a WHIP of 1.99 with the opposition hitting succeeding at a sky-high rate of .373. With his Atlanta Braves collapsing and infusing young...
Remember when (now former) Cleveland Indians center fielder Grady Sizemore had photos of himself posing naked that he had sent to his Playmate girlfriend hit the Internet? Well, finally someone will PAY for us all having to witness those chiseled abs and those toned lower above-the-crotch muscles that Brad Pitt had in Fight Club. Grady is making the rest of us look bad!
Frank Herrmann pitches in relief for the Cleveland Indians. As a graduate of Harvard College, he’s one of my favorite players. Herrmann’s strength as a pitcher is his control. He allowed just 16 walks this season in 56 1/3 innings, and for his major league career he walked 25 in 101 innings, one every four innings.
Herrmann does give up a ton of hits, however. While his...
It’s been suggested recently on Twitter and elsewhere that it might make some sense for the Indians to consider trading Asdrubal Cabrera. For serious.
And after spraying my lunch all over my phone, I thought about it a bit. Could it possibly make sense to trade one of our core pieces and arguably our best offensive player while he’s still under club control for two more years...
The Indians have taken a small gamble that right-hander Derek Lowe, 38 years old and trying to rebound from a September swoon, can provide some stability and durability at the back end of the rotation in 2012.
Forum: (MLB) Cleveland Indians
Posted By: Hurl Bruce
Post Time: 11-08-2011 at 12:05 PM
The Houston Astros signed outfielder Travis Buck to a minor league contract Wednesday.
Buck appeared in 50 games with the Cleveland Indians this past season, batting .228 with two home runs and 18 RBIs.
The 27-year-old Buck has a .246 career batting average with 20 home runs and 89 RBIs in 220 career games over parts of five seasons.
Cleveland Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr. will interview with the Cubs on Friday. He is scheduled to be interviewed by the Red Sox on Wednesday.
The Astros signed outfielder Travis Buck, according to Matt Eddy of Baseball America (on Twitter). The 27-year-old appeared in 50 games for the Indians in 2011 before electing free agency at the end of the season.
Derek Lowe is the latest addition to ground ball central. He should fit in nicely. The Indians acquired Lowe from Atlanta on Oct. 31 for minor-league left-hander Chris Jones. With young starters Julio Teheran, Randall Delgado, Mike Minor and...
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Two more candidates have emerged on the Red Sox list of possible managers.
With Cleveland Indians bench coach...