Archive for April 14th, 2013
CLEVELAND — It appeared Michael Bourn had gotten the Indians off on the right foot when he connected on a home run on the first pitch from Chicago’s Jake Peavy on Sunday at Progressive Field.
But it only seemed to inspire the right-hander.
Peavy shook off Bourn’s early blast and pitched masterfully after to help the White …Read More
CLEVELAND — Though it appears he is not destined for the disabled list, center fielder Michael Bourn is expected to miss time after sustaining a laceration to his right index finger Sunday that required five stitches.
Bourn was injured when White Sox reliever Matt Thornton stepped on his hand during a head-first slide into first base …Read More
CLEVELAND — Indians first baseman Mark Reynolds’ defense remains suspect, but his bat is downright lethal.
Reynolds belted a grand slam and knocked in a career-high-tying five runs Saturday, powering Cleveland to a 9-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox. The Tribe also got home runs from Nick Swisher and Yan Gomes in earning its second …Read More
CLEVELAND — The Indians received an unexpected double dose of bad news on the injury front Saturday.
Second baseman Jason Kipnis was unable to play against the Chicago White Sox because of a sore left elbow, and catcher Carlos Santana was scratched from the lineup after taking batting practice when his bruised left thumb flared up.
Manager …Read More
CINCINNATI — There were still plenty of questions to be answered after Ohio State’s spring game Saturday at Paul Brown Stadium, but who was the game’s top player wasn’t one of them.
Junior quarterback Braxton Miller threw for 217 yards and a pair of touchdowns and ran for a third score to lead the Scarlet team …Read More