The Cleveland Indians removed Ryan Raburn from yesterday's contest because of lower leg cramping. The outfielder is considered day-to-day as a result of the injury, according to Jordan Bastian of MLB.com.
Prior to exiting yesterday's game in the fifth inning, Raburn doubled in the fourth and later scored on a Michael Bourn double. The Indians replaced Raburn in right field with Drew Stubbs.
Cleveland signed Raburn this spring after he was released by the Detroit Tigers. He broke camp with the team as an extra outfielder.
Following Bourn's return from the disabled list, Raburn has had his playing time reduced. He hasn't played in back-to-back games since Bourn's activation, so it was unlikely that he would be suiting up for today's game regardless of yesterday's cramping.
Still, Cleveland won't want to be without Raburn for too long as he's been a nice reserve player for the team. Over 105 plate appearances, the 32-year-old has hit .295/.362/.526 with seven doubles and five home runs.
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