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How is Bleacher Creature favorite Nick Swisher fitting in with the Tribe fans?
Nick Swisher – Roll Call.
Is Russell Martin flourishing in Pittsburgh?
Did Raul Ibanez bring his clutch bat from the Bronx to Seattle?
And is Eric Chavez’s body holding up in Arizona?
During this past off-season, the Yankees lost four key players from the 2012 squad.
Since the Yankees are off today before they play host to the scrappy Oakland Athletics this weekend, I thought it was a good time to check-in on how each is doing so far this season. (more…)
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Cleveland Indians first baseman Nick Swisher is out of the lineup for the second straight game because of a sore left shoulder.
Swisher, who didn't play Tuesday night against Philadelphia, started Cleveland's first 23 games but is in a 4-for-28 slump that has dropped his batting average to .265. The switch-hitter has two homers and nine RBIs.
Cleveland manager Terry Francona...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Nick Swisher has returned to the Cleveland Indians' lineup after missing three games because of a sore left shoulder.
He is the designated hitter and is batting fourth Saturday against Minnesota.
Swisher hasn't played since Monday. He missed the two-game series against Philadelphia and the Indians had an off-day Thursday. He was out again Friday but took...
The Cleveland Indians were without veteran infielder/outfielder Nick Swisher last night. The 32-year old is battling a sore shoulder and was held out of last night's lineup against the Philadelphia Phillies. Swisher's injury is not considered serious, but the team does not want to chance it getting worse. According to Jordan Bastian of MLB.com, Swisher may miss today...
Slumping Indians first baseman Nick Swisher will miss the next few games because of a sore left shoulder.
Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Swisher received a cortisone shot after an MRI revealed no structural damage.
Swisher is expected to miss the three-game series against Kansas City. Francona said Swisher possibly could return Friday when the Indians open a three-game set...
The Pirates invested heavily in free agent catcher Russell Martin. He has been rock solid defensively and has been hot lately at the plate. Martin is batting .274 with six home runs and 10 RBI. PiratesDugout.com's George Von Benko caught up with Martin recently.
When Nick Swisher originally signed with the Indians this winter, it was as the starting right fielder. Shin-Soo Choo had already been traded and Mark Reynolds had been signed to be the first baseman. There was still a huge hole at DH however, that was taken care of when the Michael Bourn signing moved everyone over a spot (Drew Stubbs to right, Swisher to first, Reynolds to DH)...
Scott Kazmir earned his first victory in three seasons, Nick Swisher homered in his first at-bat since missing three games with a sore shoulder and the Cleveland Indians beat Minnesota 7-3 Saturday for their sixth straight victory.
Kazmir (1-1), a two-time AL All-Star who pitched in an independent league last season, allowed two runs in six innings. It was his first win since beating...
With high-priced free agents Michael Bourn and Nick Swisher on the shelf for the last couple weeks and last few days respectively, one would think that Progressive Field was burning. Instead, that smoke you’re seeing is coming from the Tribe bats, who have stayed warm without their leadoff and cleanup hitters. Actually, they’ve heated up and diversified the contributions. Last...
No history for the Pirates. No first place either. Awwww. Cheer up Panda. At least we have no Jonathan Sanchez also! I don’t even know what to say. I’m so damn sick of the Brewers. Even after Russell Martin caught them stealing signs they just murdered the Pirates. I don’t even want to watch…
The Washington Nationals (15-14) just split a series against their rival Atlanta Braves by winning the final two games of a four-game series at Turner Field. They will look to keep that momentum going as they continue their road trip up north against the Pittsburg Pirates (16-12).
The Pirates started out hot at the beginning of last season, and had a first-place 48-37...