NICK HAGADONE NEWS

Burning River Infirmary: Nick Hagadone Would Rather Have a Bad Back

The All-Star break was not quite over when the Indians received devastating news: Lefty Nick Hagadone will be done for the season after breaking a bone in his elbow in a rehab appearance with Mahoning Valley on Wednesday (7/15). This was not a typical pitching elbow injury, although there was another recent example as Gavin Floyd had the same issue. Officially, it was a fracture...
Via Burning River Baseball
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians' lefty Hagadone has elbow surgery

CLEVELAND (AP) Cleveland Indians pitcher Nick Hagadone has undergone surgery on his left elbow and is expected to miss six to nine months. Hagadone, who had Tommy John surgery in 2008 while pitching in the minors, had Thursday's surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Florida. Andrews said he repaired a fracture of the left medial epicondyle of the elbow in the area...
Via AP on Fox
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Four Noteworthy Storylines Heading Into the Indians Second Half

Well Tribe fans, it’s officially the second half of the season. Gone are the days of, “it’s still early,” and looming closer is the end of the season and the much-sought-after playoff spot. The Indians are in a position to go a myriad of ways in the second half, depending on the maintained dominance of their starting pitching, a possible emergence of their offense, hopefully...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
13 days ago  |  Discuss

7/17 Recap: Reds Pitching Outhits Indians Offense, Rain Still Wet

Roster Update: On Thursday, the Indians reactivated Mike Aviles from emergency medical leave and sent Jose Ramirez back to Columbus. Ramirez didn’t get into a game while in Cleveland. Not really a roster update, but Nick Hagadone (on the DL with a strained back) seriously injured his left elbow during his rehab appearance in Mahoning Valley on Wednesday. We will have a more detailed...
Via Burning River Baseball
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians' Nick Hagadone might need second Tommy John surgery

Nick Hagadone's recent setback is feared to be much worse than initially expected. The Indians reliever was pulled from his minor-league rehab start with Class-A Mahoning Valley on Wednesday due to elbow discomfort and manager Terry Francona says the team fears he will need Tommy John surgery. "He was examined and it's not good," said Francona, (via Cleveland.com) who hesitated to...
Via Fox Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians' Hagadone leaves rehab outing early with elbow pain

Indians reliever Nick Hagadone left Wednesday night's minor-league rehab appearance early due to discomfort in his pitching elbow, according to MLB.com. Hagadone, who is working his way back from a lower back strain, was pitching in his first rehab game for Class-A Mahoning Valley when he felt the discomfort after recording only one out. The Indians are expected to give an update...
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

7/8 Recap: Bauer Takes Control, Goes 8 in Win

Roster Update: Just prior to the game, it was announced that Nick Hagadone has been placed on the 15 day DL with a sore lower back and replaced on the roster by Kyle Crockett. The move is retroactive to July 7th. While a sore back is usually an injury a reliever could just wait out on the Major League roster, the fact that Cody Allen was also out yesterday with a sore back may have...
Via Burning River Baseball
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians' Hagadone on DL with back strain

CLEVELAND (AP) Reliever Nick Hagadone has been put on the Cleveland Indians' 15-day disabled list due to a strained lower back. Hagadone has a 4.28 ERA in 36 games this season. This is the 29-year-old left-hander's second career trip to the DL. He broke his left forearm in 2012. To take Hagadone's spot, the Indians recalled lefty Kyle Crockett from Triple-A Columbus before Wednesday...
Via AP on Fox
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians place Nick Hagadone on disabled list

Indians reliever Nick Hagadone has been placed on the 15-day disabled list, the team announced Wednesday. The left-hander is battling a lower back strain. His DL stay, the second of his career, is retroactive to July 7. Hagdone has an ERA of 4.28 with 28 strikeouts to 12 walks in 27 1/3 innings pitched (36 appearances) this season. To fill Hagadone's spot on the roster, the Indians...
Via Fox Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Things Turning Around for the Indians Bullpen

It’s no secret that this season has not gone according to the plan that the Cleveland Indians, and much of the sports world had thus far. The Indians have struggled mightily in a few areas, some of them all season long, and some of them have come and gone. Over the past couple of seasons, one of the most consistent areas of the Indians has been the bullpen. While bullpens do tend...
Via Burning River Baseball
June 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Tribe on the wrong side of history in loss to Cubs

Don’t let the score fool you. Just because Chicago drubbed Cleveland to the tune of 17-0 doesn’t mean these two cities were locked in to a game of football. Oh no—this double-digit walloping of Cleveland came at the hands of the Chicago Cubs, the baseball team, where each point is actually a run and each run is hard-earned through a well-timed and well-placed swing of the bat...
Via Waiting For Next Year
June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Tribe Falls to Texas Despite Early Lead; Rangers 4, Indians 3

The Indians ran out to a 3-0 lead, but Prince Fielder and Mitch Moreland hit home runs to help the Rangers win, 4-3, their seventh straight, on Tuesday night. Jason Kipnis and Ryan Raburn hit first-inning homers, and Yan Gomes drove in Raburn with a sac fly. Fielder, leading the AL in hitting, hammered three-run homer in the fifth and Moreland followed with a long solo shot in the...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

4/12 Roster Update

Prior to today’s game the Indians made a flurry of moves to cover a few different ways the Tigers have hurt the team both physically and emotionally. The most serious move was the placement of Yan Gomes on the 15 day disabled list. Gomes was injured when Rajai Davis slid in to home plate in yeserday’s game and is officially out with a knee sprain. He got an MRI this morning,...
Via Burning River Baseball
April 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Tribe’s Near No-No Extends Long Drought

The no-hitter is easily one of the most exciting events to witness on a baseball field and for those who follow the Cleveland Indians, it has been some time now since fans were treated to such an elusive piece of history. A certain amount of talent and a degree of luck is involved in being able to walk away as an elite member of the “No-Hit Club” and the Indians very nearly...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
April 12, 2015  |  Discuss

C-Cap Recap: Home is Where the Hurt Is for Indians

From 1994 to 1999, the Cleveland Indians had a head-to-head record of 53-18 against the Detroit Tigers, including a robust 30-7 mark at Jacobs Field. In 1996 alone, they beat the Kitties all 12 times they met. That was not a rivalry. To say the script has been flipped the past few years would be a little unfair as the Indians have at least posed a legit threat to Detroit’s Central...
Via Waiting For Next Year
April 11, 2015  |  Discuss

The Curious Case of Nick Hagadone

Nick Hagadone is a puzzling pitcher. Just this week alone, he has been the target of ridicule with little regard for his success after spoiling the Indians’ first chance at pitching a collective no-hitter since Len Barker’s perfect game in 1981. However, after giving up a home run to Jed Lowrie during Thursday’s game against the Astros, Hagadone then struck out the next two...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
April 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians Arguments: To Go For The No-No Or Not

The Indians nearly accomplished something on Thursday afternoon they had not in 34 years: throw a no-hitter. It would have been a combined no-hitter using four pitchers but one nonetheless. The last team no-hitter? Lenny Barkers perfect game. It would not come to pass, however. A solo home-run from Jed Lowrie with one out off Nick Hagadone in the bottom of the ninth destroyed...
Via Burning River Baseball
April 10, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jed Lowrie with Home Run to Break up Cleveland No-Hitter

Trevor Bauer had gone six perfect innings, sans five balls on base. Kyle Crockett threw another no-hit inning. Scott Atchison followed without giving up a hit. Enter Nick Hagadone in the ninth inning. Hagadone got Chris Carter looking for the first out. Up stepped Jed Lowrie, a once can’t miss prospect with the Boston Red Sox. The good news for the Cleveland Indians, Hagadone...
Via Sportsnaut
April 10, 2015  |  Discuss

C-Cap Recap: Bauer’s Finest Hour and a Near No-No

Ijust had that dream again—the one where the Cleveland Indians are three outs away from their first no-hitter in 34 years, and Nick Hagadone is on the hill. …And he’s in his underwear. In what could have easily gone down as the least electric atmosphere for a no-hit bid in Major League history, the roughly 426 remaining spectators at Houston’s air-conditioned Enron Minute...
Via Waiting For Next Year
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians lose combined no-hitter in ninth inning, but beat Astros

HOUSTON -- Jed Lowrie broke up a combined no-hit bid by Cleveland with a one-out home run in the ninth inning Thursday, and the Indians beat the Houston Astros 5-1. Indians starter Trevor Bauer was pulled after throwing 111 pitches through six innings. He struck out a career-high 11 and walked five. Relievers Kyle Crockett and Scott Atchison each pitched a scoreless inning before...
Via AP on Fox
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Jed Lowrie Breaks Up Indians’ No-Hitter With Ninth-Inning Homer (Video)

HOUSTON — Houston Astros shortstop Jed Lowrie homered with one out in the ninth inning, breaking up a combo no-hit bid by the Cleveland Indians. Lowrie connected off Indians reliever Nick Hagadone on Thursday. Indians starter Trevor Bauer was pulled after throwing 111 pitches through six innings. He struck out 11 and walked five. Kyle Crockett and Scott Atchison each pitched a...
Via NESN.com
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

No Hitter Spoiled in Ninth, but Tribe Still Wins; Indians 5, Astros 1

Did the Tribe Win Last Night? Yes! Trevor Bauer, Kyle Crockett and Scott Atchison took a combined no hitter through eight innings, but the no-no was broken up as Jed Lowrie socked a solo homerun off of Nick Hagadone with one out in the ninth. Bauer worked six scoreless and hitless innings and struck out a career high 11 batters, but threw 111 pitches before being pulled in the top...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Hagadone Controls His Own Success in Tribe Bullpen

It’s been a bumpy road at times for Nick Hagadone, but as 2015 is less than two weeks from Opening Day, it appears he has finally arrived for the Cleveland Indians. Hagadone, acquired in 2009 with Bryan Price and Justin Masterson, for Victor Martinez, has been on the cusp of assuming a role in the Tribe’s bullpen since 2012. However, control and concentration issues have hindered...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
March 24, 2015  |  Discuss

A Look At The Tribe’s Bullpen

Last season, the Indians’ bullpen was one of the team’s greatest assets and, despite having no real high profile names, it was one of the best bullpens in all of baseball. The pen’s 3.12 ERA ranked 7th in all of baseball, as did their 504 strikeouts. It was also one of the most used bullpens in baseball. At 513.1 innings pitched, the squad had the 5th most innings pitched among...
Via Burning River Baseball
February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Tribe Bullpen Promising, but Has Much to Prove

In the past couple of weeks it has been reported that the Cleveland Indians may be interested in adding one more proven arm to their bullpen. Such a move would certainly be helpful, and perhaps even necessary. However, standing pat with where the bullpen is right now may not hurt, either. The trouble with projecting a team’s bullpen is that so many relievers go through up and down...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
February 07, 2015  |  Discuss
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