Found March 08, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
<a href="" class="moshare-button-21" data-message="Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis showed off some of his pipes during a spring training game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The young man decided to belt out a little of Adele's "Someone Like You" for the world to hear. As our friends at Sportress of Blogitude said: "And to top it off, the guy has a decent voice. He just needs to work on his enunciation a bit." via SOB" data-type="article" data-location="" data-title="Indians 2B Jason Kipnis Enjoys Singing Adele While Playing Baseball" data-thumbnail="" rel="shadowbox[sbpost-36583];player=img;"> Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis showed off some...

Indians' Jason Kipnis sings Adele during spring training game (Video)

Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis was mic'd up during Wednesday's spring training game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Television viewers were in for a treat as they got to listen to Kipnis singing (or was it mumbling?) Adele's "Someone Like You" while he was playing second base during the second inning. Your browser does not support iframes...

Indians 2B Jason Kipnis sings Adele’s ‘Someone Like You’ during game (video)

If you haven’t heard, there’s this singer that’s beginning to attract the attention of the music-listening masses as of late. Her name is Adele and while I’m no music industry bigwig like Boz Scaggs or David Cassidy, allow me to be the first to put out there that there’s a pretty decent chance this Adele [...]

Indians sign 12 to one-year contracts

Starting second baseman Jason Kipnis and veterans Lou Marson and Shelley Duncan are among 12 players signed to one-year contracts for 2012 by the Cleveland Indians on Friday. Every player on Cleveland's 40-man roster is now under contract. Also signed were right-handers Vinnie Pestano, Frank Herrmann, Zach McAllister, left-handers Nick Hagadone and Scott Barnes, outfielder...

Indians OF Trevor Crowe tells Reds player to remove his skirt when sliding

Indians outfielder Trevor Crowe came through with one of the best athlete taunts on Twitter we’ve ever seen. Crowe posted that picture of a scared Reds player bracing for contact with the catcher at homeplate during spring training. Crowe’s tweet didn’t include the name of the player in question, but his commentary was priceless “Dear Reds player, please remove skirt while...

Indians cut veterans Guzman, Lewis

Veteran infielder Cristian Guzman has been released by the Cleveland Indians, who also reassigned outfielder Fred Lewis to their minor league camp. Both were non-roster invitees to camp and neither had a good spring. Guzman batted .217 with no extra-base hits in 10 games before straining a hamstring. Lewis hit .200 with one double in nine games. Neither drove in a run. Guzman,...

Tribe’s Trevor Crowe doesn’t think much of this Reds player’s sliding technique

That’s not the face any grown man should ever make. Indians OF Trevor Crowe posted this pic, along with it’s accompanying hilarious dig, to his Twitter account following a recent Cleveland-Cincinnati spring training game.  The picture of the unnamed Reds player is bad enough on it’s own, but throw in Crowe’s delicious zinger, and it is launched into the stratosphere of...

Indians Outfielder Trevor Crowe Has a Very Good Sense of Humor

<a href="" class="moshare-button-21" data-message="Following his team's game against The Cinncinati Reds on Tuesday, Cleveland Indians outfielder Trevor Crowe took to Twitter to express a thought he had. Trevor attached the below picture and Tweeted "Dear reds player, please remove skirt while sliding into home...

Indians 10, Diamondbacks 2

Jack Hannahan hit a grand slam Wednesday and Jason Kipnis and Shin-Soo Choo also connected for home runs as the Cleveland Indians beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 10-2. Hannahan's fourth-inning shot came off Diamondbacks prospect Tyler Skaggs. Skaggs gave up the four runs on one hit and four walks in 2/3 inning. Arizona's Trevor Cahill also struggled in his Diamondbacks debut...

Hastily Made Cleveland Indians Ballpark Tourism Post

After Camden Yards, the second ballpark to really usher in the new era of baseball stadiums was Jacobs Field in Cleveland. The move away from cookie-cutter to retropark began in Baltimore, but Cleveland wasn’t very far behind. And I finally made the trek to Cleveland in July to see “the Jake” or “Progressive Field” as they now call it. But the trip wasn’t as much about...

30-1 MLB countdown #19: Cleveland Indians

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2012 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Catchers

1. Carlos Santana, Indians- I like Santana over McCann for two reasons: DH and 1B eligibility. The ability for for Indians to keep Santana’s bat in the lineup nearly every day without him catching every day is a huge bonus. 2. Brian McCann, Braves- Arguably the most consistent catcher of the past 3-4 years.  3. Mike Napoli, Rangers- Big Mike Nap exploded in Texas last year as...

Brewers 12, Indians 2

PHOENIX (AP) -- Randy Wolf and five Milwaukee relievers held the Cleveland Indians to three hits and the Brewers belted four home runs in a 12-2 win Friday. Cristian Guzman lined a single to center with two outs in the seventh off Manny Parra for Cleveland's first hit. Felix Pie had a bloop double in the eighth and Andy LaRoche hit a two-run double in the ninth. Mat Gamel hit...
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