Found June 09, 2013 on
Pitching a no-hitter in your big-league debut would be a pretty big deal. Detroit Tigers pitcher Jose Alvarez carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning of his first big league start, but Cleveland Indians outfielder Ryan Raburn rained on Alvarez’s parade, knocking a solo home run into left field to end the no-no bid. Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera was, naturally, frustrated for his teammate on the mound and took it out on Raburn as he rounded third base. Cabrera took the gum he was chewing out of his mouth and tossed it at his former teammate, nailing Raburn in the chest. Raburn cracked a small smile and continued to home plate to score the Indians’ only run in a 4-1 loss. Watch Cabrera’s reaction in the GIF below. GIF via SB Nation

Miguel Cabrera tosses gum at Ryan Raburn after HR (GIF)

Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera jokingly tossed his gum at Cleveland Indians left fielder Ryan Raburn as his former Tiger teammate was rounding the bases after hitting a home run in the fifth inning of Sunday's game at Comerica Park. It happened in the fifth inning as Raburn broke up a no-hitter by Tigers pitcher Jose Alvarez with a home run to left field which...

2013 Indians 18th round pick: SS Paul Hendrix

In the 18th round of the 2013 Draft the Cleveland Indians select shortstop Paul Hendrix from Texas Christian University. Born: 11/18/1991 - Height: 6'2" - Weight: 187 - Bats: Right - Throws: Right Jeff Ellis: The Indians actually drafted Hendrix last year out of Junior college as he was a 32nd round pick, so he jumped up 14 rounds this year. He had a solid year for TCU...

2013 Indians 35th round pick: RHP Jordan Milbrath

In the 35th round of the 2013 Draft the Cleveland Indians select right-handed pitcher Jordan Milbrath from Augustana College (SD). Born: 08/01/1991 - Height: 6'6" - Weight: 215 - Bats: Right - Throws: Right Jeff Ellis: Milbrath is an intriguing arm. First off he is huge at 6'6". Second, he has really not pitched since high school until this spring and there was...

Miguel Cabrera threw his gum at Ryan Raburn after he broke up no-hitter

Former Tiger Ryan Raburn broke up Jose Alvarez' no hitter yesterday bwo a solo home run. And Miguel Cabrera brushed him back after it. With his gum. [Big ole h/t It's Always Sunny in... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

2013 Indians 24th round pick: RHP Kerry Doane

In the 24th round of the 2013 Draft the Cleveland Indians select right-handed pitcher Kerry Doane from East Tennessee State. Born: 09/03/1990 - Height: 5'11" - Weight: 175 - Bats: Right - Throws: Right Jeff Ellis: He is another guy who has been a dominator for his team. He was a shortstop until last year when he was moved to the mound and has near unhittable since. He sits...

2013 Indians 25th round pick: RHP Cole Sulser

In the 25th round of the 2013 Draft the Cleveland Indians select right-handed pitcher Cole Sulser from Dartmouth (NH). Born: 03/12/1990 - Height: 6'0" - Weight: 190 - Bats: Right - Throws: Right Jeff Ellis: Susler missed all of 2012 after having Tommy john surgery. He was a fifth year senior this year for Dartmouth and continues the Indians history of pitchers out of the...

2013 Indians 26th round pick: RHP Daniel Cogan

In the 26th round of the 2013 Draft the Cleveland Indians select right-handed pitcher Daniel Cogan from Rocklin High School (CA). Born: 11/21/1994 - Height: 6'3" - Weight: 200 - Bats: Right - Throws: Right Jeff Ellis: His dad is the scouting advisor/crosschecker for the Indians and he was actually in the war room when the pick was made. I found he is 6'3" and is...

Second Thoughts Game #62: Tigers 4, Indians 1

Player of the Game: Jose Alvarez (6 innings 3 hits 0 ER 1 BB / 7 SO) The Leadoff Make it seven. The Indians would fall to their division rival Detroit Tigers on Sunday 4-1, as the Motor City Kitties completed the three game sweep of the Tribe. Making his Major League debut, Tigers left-hander Jose Alvarez limited Cleveland to just one run over six innings of work for his first big...

2013 Indians 34th round pick: RHP Dustin Cook

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It's Déjà Vu All Over Again...Again

You've gotta think Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander has been waiting all draft to make this announcement. That's right, with the 20th pick (426th overall) in the 14th round, Ben Verlander, the younger brother of the Tigers ace was selected by Detroit. Ben, who was recently named Old Dominion University's 2013 "Outstanding Player" hit .367...

Rangers extend Indians losing streak to 8

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Tigers beat Indians, pad AL Central lead

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