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MLB Injury News:
Rafael Perez has not pitched since April. He's been on the disabled list with a shoulder injury that has limited him to just eight appearances this season. Yesterday, he underwent arthroscopic debridement surgery on his left shoulder, but the Cleveland Indians expect him to ready for next season.
Nick Camino fo News Radio in Cleveland reports that Perez is expected to be ready for spring training next year. The lefty will need a couple months to recover before he can start a throwing program.
#Indians LHP Raffy Perez underwent arthroscopic debridement surgery on left shoulder today, he is expected to be ready for spring training.
— Nick Camino (@CaminoTribe) September 26, 2012
According to Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Perez developed a sore shoulder late in spring training this year, but he pitched through it. He was originally diagnosed with a strained lat muscle, but it wasn't revealed that Perez had a shoulder problem until earlier this month ...
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Full disclosure right off the bat: I am in the tank for Manny Acta.
Say what you want to say about Acta the manager, but the man himself is a true gem. Anyone who has covered him, seen him speak in public, or was lucky enough to cross paths with him can’t help but like him. He is the definition of the word “personable.”
In the end, personality can only get you so far. The results...
Holding Manny Acta accountable for what the Cleveland Indians season became would be sort of like saying a leak in the aqueduct led to the fall of the Roman Empire.
The Indians have issues.
Lots of issues.
The manager was not among the most prominent.
Manny Acta actually had his positive attributes. He was patient and honest. And he knows baseball. For three-quarters of one season...
The Cleveland Indians have fired manager Manny Acta after the team collapsed from contention.
Acta, hired by Cleveland in 2009 after two losing seasons as Washington's manager, couldn't stop the Indians from falling to last place in the AL Central. They were within three games of first place on July 21 before losing 21 of 25 and eventually sliding all the way back to last...
Cleveland Indians right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez won't pitch again this season because of a sprained right ankle. Jimenez was examined Monday in Cleveland after having some problems in his previous two starts. He was 9-17 with a 5.55 ERA.
Left-hander Rafael Perez had arthroscopic surgery on his throwing shoulder Wednesday in Wilmington, Del. Perez is expected to begin throwing...
The rolling of managerial heads has begun a week before the end of the season with the firing of Manny Acta as Cleveland Indians manager. He'll be replaced by his bench coach and former long-time Indians catcher Sandy Alomar Jr for the rest of the season.
Acta just didn't work out during his three year stint as Indians manager, replacing Eric Wedge prior to the 2010 campaign...
Before his first game as Indians interim manager, Sandy Alomar Jr. thanked the man he replaced.
In praising Manny Acta for helping him grow into a candidate for the permanent position as manager after the season, Alomar adhered to his personal philosophy: Put others first.
That's just one reasons the Indians asked Alomar to move up from bench coach to replace Acta, fired on...
Losing is not fun. It’s something that every professional athlete has to go through at some point in their career, and very few enjoy it. Some are able to handle it better than others. Others are like Indians closer Chris Perez.
Perez, who has been nothing shy of a completely d-bag to reporters and the Indians front office all season long, remained in a horrible mood after notching...
The Cleveland Indians fired manager Manny Acta on Thursday, as the team continued to fall further and further out of contention as the 2012 MLB season progressed. It was the second straight season that the Indians began the year off well, only to falter in August and September. Acta was replaced with Sandy Alomar Jr. for the final week of the season.
But even before...
According to Adam the Bull of 92.3 the Fan in Cleveland, the Cleveland Indians are talking with former Red Sox manager Terry Francona following the dismissal of Indians manager Manny Acta. Francona, 53, is currently a broadcaster for ESPN after having his option declined by the Red Sox following the 2011 season.
The Indians, meanwhile, have named Sandy Alomar interim manager and...
Prior to their last road game of the season Wednesday, a 6-4 win over the Chicago White Sox, the Cleveland Indians announced that Ubaldo Jimenez's season is over. The right-hander was scratched from his last two starts of the season due to a sprained right ankle. In a season of major disappointment for the team overall, Jimenez was probably the biggest underachiever individually...
Terry Francona is a candidate for the Cleveland Indians' managerial opening, according to major-league sources.
The biggest question is whether he will want the job.
Sources say that Francona, 53, already has had preliminary contact with the Indians, the team for whom he worked as a special assistant in 2001.
The Indians fired Manny Acta on Thursday and replaced him with interim...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
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The Cleveland Indians have fired their manager with a few games left.
Manager Manny Acta was let go with six games left on the season. In August, the team had a miserable month, and they felt they couldn’t wait to keep him around for a few more days.
“That month just crushed...
After firing manager Manny Acta, the Cleveland Indians could use a dose of positivity.
The Indians will try to gain that Friday night in their debut under interim boss Sandy Alomar Jr., seeking their first three-game win streak in nearly three months and an improved showing against the Kansas City Royals.
Cleveland (65-91) was 3 1/2 games out of first in the AL Central as recently...
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