Found October 11, 2012 on More Hardball:
Shelley Duncan just elected for free agency and any team that signs him can count on 11 homeruns and 29 runs scored.  Bank on it.Odd?Not when he has scored 29 runs and clubbed 11 homeruns in each of the last 3 seasons (all with the Cleveland Indians).Those numbers are perfect replicas, but Duncan does have more consistency statistically as well, just not as exact.Shelley Duncan's Last 3 Seasons:#-# = span, (#) = rangeGames: 76-85 (9)At Bats: 223-232 (10)Hits: 47-58 (11)RBI: 31-47 (16)Walks: 19-28 (9)Doubles: 10-17 (7)Stolen Bases: 0-1 (1)

Indians Injury News: Michael Brantley Has Sports Hernia Surgery

Michael Brantley is coming off his best Major League season with the Cleveland Indians.  Unfortunately, the season ended with the Indians in fourth place in the American League Central with 91 losses.  Brantley, though, will be part of the Indians future as the team tries to rebuild and compete.  As part of ensuring his health and success next season, Brantley underwent sports...

Indians' Brantley has surgery

Indians outfielder Michael Brantley has had successful surgery to repair a sports hernia. The Indians said Brantley had the operation on Thursday in Philadelphia. The procedure took just 24 minutes to complete. Brantley is expected to need between three and six weeks to recover. Brantley will begin therapy next week in Florida and he is not expected to be restricted once he begins...
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