Found July 29, 2013 on
IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught:
Loo... Loo... Looooooo...The difference in fate?Against Boston, Lou lost Jerry Remy's fly ball in the sun, but managed to catch it.Against Detroit, Nick Swisher lost it in the lights, and we're still lost.
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To many, Nick Swisher’s big signing in the offseason was doomed to be a disappointment. Never much of a star – only one career All-Star game – he reached a four-year, $56 million deal with Cleveland just after turning 32 years old. The pomp and circumstance were exciting, but would he produce?
As an understatement, the new Indians slugger has underachieved in the minds of many...
Cleveland Indians Jason Giambi became the oldest player in Major League Baseball history to hit a walk-off home run, surpassing Hank Aaron, according to Elias Sports Bureau. Giambi was 42 years, 202 days old on Monday, while Hank Aaron was 42 years, 157 days in 1976. The homer