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Tribe rallies but loses on Pena homer in ninth

By Sheldon Published: June 29, 2011

PHOENIX: When they get home late tonight, Tribe players probably will be asking themselves and their wives, “”Does any starter in NL have an earned-run average under 3.50?’’

A better question Tuesday night was this: “”Is there a way we can face J.J. Putz every time we‘re losing in the ninth?’’

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Choo out 8-10 weeks

By Sheldon Published: June 28, 2011

PHOENIX: Dr. Tom Graham performed surgery on Shin-Soo Choo's fractured left thumb today at the Clevdeland Clinic.

The renowned hand specialist ""openly reduced and internally fixated the fracture.'' Choo is expected to be sidelined from eight to 10 weeks, which means he might not return until the first week in September.

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 28, 2011

Here's how the tribe's minor league teams fared Monday:

Triple-A Columbus (52-26) - The Clippers dropped their third consecutive game, 5-1, to visiting Gwinnett at Huntington Park...The Braves took control of the game after INF RUBEN GOTAY and C WILKIN CASTILLO hit two-run home runs in the top of the second inning and never looked back...Columbus' only run came on a fourth-inning solo home run by 2B JASON KIPNIS, who went 2-for-4...Despite striking out nine batters, RHP COREY KLUBER (4-5, 6.25 ERA) was tagged with the loss, having allowed four runs on six hits in seven innings...OF TIM FEDROFF, who was promoted to Columbus from Double-A Akron, went 1-for-3 in his debut...LHP JOHAN FLANDE (3-4) picked up the win for Gwinnett after limiting the Clippers to a run on four hits in 5 1/3 innings.

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Orlando Cabrera's homer gives Tribe win

By Sheldon Published: June 28, 2011

PHOENIX: About a week ago, manager Manny Acta was lamenting that his team had problems stringing hits together, and that virtually the only time the Tribe scored was when someone hit a home run, which is exactly how the Tribe beat the Diamondbacks 5-4 Monday night at Chase Field.

Orlando Cabrera entered the game to play second in the seventh, when Acta executed a double switch to bring Tony Sipp in from the bullpen. When Cabrera came to the plate for the first time in the ninth, he watched ball one from A.J. Putz, then hacked away at the second pitch, sending a fly ball just over the wall in left to snap a 4-4 tie.

“”Manny knows that I hit Putz very well,’’ Cabrera said. “”He knows if it’s late in the game and I get a pitch, I have a pretty good chance. The ball just made it into that little corner; it was kind of scary. But everybody knows the ball flies in here.’’

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 27, 2011

Here's how the Tribe's minor league teams fared  Sunday:

Triple-A (52-25) - The host Clippers lost their second consecutive game against Gwinnett, 8-5, at Huntington Park...Holding a 5-3 lead in the top of the ninth and two outs, 3B LONNIE CHISENHALL misplayed a ground ball, which allowed the Braves to score and close the gap within one run. With the bases loaded, Columbus closer RHP JOSH JUDY (11 saves) gave up a grand slam to DH CHRIS CARTER to give the Braves a three-run lead...OF JERAD HEAD finished the day 2-for-5, including hitting a grand slam in the third inning which put Columbus up 5-2...INF JASON KIPNIS, CHISENHALL and INF LUIS VALBUENA each contributed  two hits for the Clippers.

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Indians call up 3B prospect Lonnie Chisenhall

By sstorm Published: June 27, 2011

Multiple sources are reporting that the struggling Indians have called up third base and No. 1 prospect Lonnie Chisenhall in an effort to jump start their ailing ofense.

The Indians begin a three-game series tonight in Arizona after being swept in three games in San Francisco, a series in which the Tribe mustered only four runs and went 2-for-22 with runners in scoring position.

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Prognosis for early return by Choo not good

By Sheldon Published: June 25, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO: Manager Manny Acta was asked this morning how long it would take Shin-Soo Choo to recover from a broken left thumb.

""He's going to fly to Cleveland to see Dr. (Tom) Graham Monday,'' he said. ""They will discuss the possibility of surgery. I would say he'll be out anywhere from one month to what -- 90 days?''

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Tribe loses game, Choo to broken thumb

By Sheldon Published: June 25, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO: Baseball isn't supposed to be a one-man game, but Carlos Santana had an enormous impact -- good and bad -- on the Indians' 4-3 defeat to the Giants Friday night at AT&T Park.

Unfortunately for the Tribe, more than a game was lost. Shin-Soo Choo was struck on the left hand to with a pitch in the fourth inning and sustained a fractured thumb.

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Choo leaves game after being hit in hand

By Sheldon Published: June 24, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO: Shin-Soo Choo was hit in the left hand by a Jonathan Sanchez pitch in the fourth inning and was forced to leave the game with the Indians leading the Giants 2-0.

The pitch struck the top of Choo's hand and ricocheted past his helmet, possibly grazing his face. Assistant trainer Rick Jameyson attended to Choo on the field, cutting off his batting glove.

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Pomeranz and Kipnis named to XM All-Star Futures Game

By sstorm Published: June 23, 2011

Indians mior leaguers LHP Drew Pomeranz and 2B Jason Kipnis were  named to the XM All-Star Futures Game US Team Roster Thursday.

 The July 10th XM All-Star Futures Game begins at 6 p.m. and features many of the top Minor League prospects in baseball. Each Major League organization is represented and the World Team features players from 12 different countries and territories outside the 50 United States. Players from all full-season Minor Leagues were eligible to participate.

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 23, 2011

Here's how the Indians minor league teams fared Wednesday: 

Triple-A Columbus (50-23) - In his first action since June 11, 3B LONNIE CHISENHALL had four hits to lead the Clippers to their 14th win in 15 games with a 13-7 victory over Toledo. Chisenhall, who suffered a concussion while sliding into third base in Buffalo, went 4-for-6 with a home run, triple and a career-high six RBI. Chishenhall's three-run shot in the top of the eighth inning broke a 7-7 tie and put the Columbus up for good...OF EZEQUIEL CARRERA went 3-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored...INF LUIS VALBUENA hit a three-run home run in the third inning, going  2-for-4...RHP CARLTON SMITH (2-1, 4.50 ERA) pitched two hitless innings to pick up the winas the Clippers collected 14 hits.

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Focus on fixing Carmona

By Sheldon Published: June 21, 2011

CLEVELAND: What can the Indians do to get Fausto Carmona back on track?

""We had a talk with Fausto today,'' manager Manny Acta said this afternoon. ""He expressed to me that he feels good, a lot better than he did in 2009. The main thing is to stay positive.''

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Orlando Cabrera makes debut at third

By Sheldon Published: June 20, 2011

CLEVELAND: Career shortstop Orlando Cabrera became a second baseman when he signed with the Indians before the season. Now he is being asked to play third.

Cabrera is in the lineup at third tonight instead of Jack Hannahan against Colorado righty Juan Nicasio. Even though Hannahan bats from the left side, he will be on the bench. But there are other priorities.

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 20, 2011

Here's how the Indians minor league teams fared Sunday:  

Triple-A Columbus (47-23) - The Clippers have won 11 of their last 12 games following a 2-0 victory over Scranton Wilkes-Barre in the final game of a four-game series at PNC Field...LHP DAVID HUFF (6-2, 3.64 ERA) recorded his third consecutive dominant performance in tossing seven shutout innings while scattering just four hits...RHP JOSH JUDY pitched a scoreless ninth inning for his 10th save of the season...Columbus scored both of its run on solo home runs from OF CHAD HUFFMAN (in the second inning) and C LUKE CARLIN (in the fifth inning)...OF EZEQUIEL CARRERA and DH NICK JOHNSON each went 2-for-4.

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Acta on firing hitting coach: We needed a new voice

By Sheldon Published: June 19, 2011

CLEVELAND: Just when the Indians appear to be emerging from their month-long batting slump, they decided to fire hitting coach Jon Nunnally.

The public announcement seldom includes the genuine reasons for making a change. In this case, manager Manny Acta said, ""We've been scuffling for awhile. We felt like we needed a new voice. Jon worked very hard; he had a great work ethic. I know that players play and coaches coach, but we needed a new voice.''

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Santana will play first while LaPorta on DL

By Sheldon Published: June 18, 2011

CLEVELAND: Twenty-four hours after Travis Hafner was activated from the disabled list, Matt LaPorta took his place with sprained ankle.

""LaPorta has a mild, high ankle sprain and will probably be out two to three weeks,'' manager Manny Acta said this afternoon.

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LaPorta sprains ankle; MRI next

By Sheldon Published: June 17, 2011

CLEVELAND: Matt LaPorta made a mistake running the bases and paid for it two ways: He made the first out of the third inning and sprained his right ankle, forcing him to leave tonight's game, won by the Tribe 5-1 over the Pirates.

""X-rays were negative,'' manager Manny Acta saqid. ""He haqs as right ankle sprqaing and will have an MRI in the mrning,'';

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Hafner activated; will bat cleanup tonight

By Sheldon Published: June 17, 2011

CLEVELAND: Two games at Akron was apparently enough for Travis Hafner, who has been in the disabled list with a strained oblique.

Hafner has been activated for tonight's game against the Pirates and will bat in the cleanup spot. To make room for him on the roster, Travis Buck has been optioned to Columbus.

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Acta more critical after loss to Tigers

By Sheldon Published: June 16, 2011

DETROIT: Usually, manager Manny Acta makes a point of refusing to show emotion or use language that might inflame or be overly critical.

But after today's 6-2 loss to the Tigers, a game in which the Tribe's slump returned after one day, the manager was clearly upset with several of his players.

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 15, 2011

Here's how the Indians minor league teams fared tuesday:

Triple-A Columbus  (44-22) - The Clippers extended their winning streak to eight consecutive games with a 7-3 win over the Bisons to sweep the four-game series at Coca-Cola Field...LHP SCOTT BARNES (5-1, 3.97) ERA became the fifth Clippers pitcher to record five wins this season after limting the Bisons to a run while scattering five hits and striking out seven in 5 1/3 innings...OF CHAD HUFFMAN led the offense in going 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored - including a two-run home run in the top of the eighth inning that increased the Clippers lead to five runs...INF JASON KIPNIS had two triples and went 2-for-4 with a RBI and two runs scored...OF JERAD HEAD’s two-run home run was the highlight of the sixth inning, as he went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored...RHP JEANMAR GOMEZ was named the Indians Minor League Player of the Week for the week of June 6-12. The 23-year old was 2-0 with a 1.38 ERA in two starts for the Clippers. On the season he is 6-1 with a 2.28 ERA in nine  starts at Columbus.

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Makeup games with Mariners rescheduled

By Sheldon Published: June 15, 2011

DETROIT: The rained out games of May 14 and 15 against Seattle will be made up in August and September.

The May 14 game has been rescheduled at 1 p.m. Aug. 23 as part of a day-night, separate admission doubleheader at Progressive Field. The originally scheduled game that day will begin at 7 o'clock. A Sept. 19 mutual off day for both teams will be used to make up the May 15 washout. The reescheduled game will begin at 4 p.m.

Fans holding tickets for the May 14 or May 15 games can use them for admission to Aug. 23 or Sept. 19 makeup contests, respectively. They can also exchange their tickets for another game on the home schedule.

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Minor leaguer Knapp's season over after shoulder surgery

By sstorm Published: June 14, 2011

The season for young RHP Jason Knapp came to an official end Tuesday when he underwent should surgery in New York.

The big, 6-foot-5, 242-pounder was obtained in the Cliff Lee to Philadelphia trade in 2009. He has yet to pitch above the low Class-A level since joining the Indians. Yet, his talent potential speaks for itself, as Baseball America ranked Knapp the sixth best prospect in the Indians minor league system heading into this season.  

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Acta pulls new lineup out of his sleeve

By Sheldon Published: June 13, 2011

NEW YORK: Manny Acta told reporters after Sunday's 9-1 loss to the Yankees that he had more tricks ""up my sleeve.''

Turns out the Indians manager was telling the truth. This is the lineup that Acta concocted for tonight's game against New York:
DH -- Grady Sizemore
1B -- Carlos Santana
CF -- Michael Brantley
SS -- Asdrubal Cabrera
RF -- Shin-Soo Choo
LF -- Travis Buck
2B -- Cord Phelps
3B -- Jack Hannahan
C -- Lou Marson

""I felt something had to be done,'' Acta said this afternoon. ""We've averaged less than three runs a game for the last 18. Those two guys (Cabrera, Brantley) have been our most consistent hitters the last two months, so they should be in the middle of the lineup. Santana has the opportunity to contribute with his on-base percentage.

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Is punishment coming Talbot's way?

By Sheldon Published: June 12, 2011

NEW YORK: The Indians still insist that Mitch Talbot didn't hit Alex Rodriguez with a pitch intentionally on Saturday and the circumstances surrounding the event would seem to bear that out.

Nevertheless, Talbot could be in line for a fine and even a suspension, depending on how the umpires framed their report to the commissioner's office and the way Major League Baseball officials view the incident.

""I think I would appeal if they did give me a suspension,'' Talbot said Sunday.

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 10, 2011

Here's how the Indians minor legaue teams fared yesterday:

Triple-A Columbus (40-22) - The Clippers topped Rochester 7-1 for their fourth consecutive win...LHP SCOTT BARNES (4-1, 4.21 ERA) tossing seven shutout innings, allowing just three hits and two walks while striking out eight...Columbus got on the board first on DH SHELLY DUNCAN’s sacrifice fly in the first inning... INF JARED GOEDERT added a two-run home run, followed by a solo home run by INF JASON KIPNIS to make the score 4-0 before adding three more runs in the fifth inning...Kipnis went 3-for-4 with a RBI and two runs scored...Goedert went 2-for-3 with three RBI and a run scored and INF LUIS VALBUENA went 2-for-4 with a double and run scored.

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Acta, Antonetti's thoughts from Thursday's Summer Sports Series at Landerhaven

By sstorm Published: June 9, 2011

Indians executive vice president and general manager Chris Antonetti and Cleveland Indians Manny Acta spoke to fans and and answered questions as part of the Summer Sports Series at Landerhaven in Beachwood Thursday. Here's Acta and Antonetti's opinions on some of the questions that were rasied: 

Acta on how the role of the American League DH has changed: "Some people don't want to hear our answers at times when it comes to that. It has evolved to a point where just about every team is trying to stay away from having a strict designated hitter type of guy, which is our situation with Travis (Hafner), who is one of our best hitters and very productive for us.

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Brad Grant's thoughts on the Tribe's 2011 draft class

By sstorm Published: June 8, 2011

The Indians wrapped up the 2011 MLB amateur draft early Wednesday evening by including a local Cleveland product in their final 20 picks on Day Three.
With the 41st section (1,238th overall), the Tribe tabbed 6-foot-3, 180-pound outfielder Brian Ruiz from Lincoln West High School.
"He played in the Cleveland Indians RBI program in the past and then played in the Senate League Championship game here at Progressive Field this year," said Brad Grant, the Indians fourth-year director of amateur scouting.
Grant said Ruiz's athleticism stood out.
"He's a very good athlete, has the ability to hit and play centerfield," Grant said. "We'll follow him over the summer, he's going to play on some summer teams here in Cleveland. So we'll get a chance to watch him play a little further here during the summer."
Grant said there's still talent to found among the final day's drafting activities.
"These rounds still provide some kind of major league talent for us, so we take these (late) rounds seriously...We've found we have had some success in these later rounds and wanted to continue to build on that. A lot of our success in these later rounds have been pitching."
He mentioned current Indians left-handed reliever Tony Sipp (45th round in 2004) as an Indians late-round acquisition that panned out well for the big league club.
Here's Grant's overall thoughts on the Indians 2011 draft class:
"We kind of knew it was going to be a deep pitching draft," he said. "It seemed like there just weren't as many position in this draft as there has been in the past. So we kind of leaned towards pitching and came out with a lot of it.
"What we were trying to do later in the draft was add high school pitchers and college pitchers with power arms and then just mix in some up-side position players at the same time."

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Tribe wraps up final 10 rounds of MLB draft

By sstorm Published: June 8, 2011

The list is complete. Here are the final 10 Tribe picks of the 2011 MLB amateur draft:

* 40th round (1,028th overall) - SS Matt Eureste/St. OPius High School (Texas) 

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First 10 Tribe picks of third day of MLB draft

By sstorm Published: June 8, 2011

Here's the Indians first 10 picks of the final day of the 2011 MLB amateur draft:

* 30th round (908th overall) - SS John Polonius/Genesee Community College

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Acta has plan for Phelps

By Sheldon Published: June 8, 2011

CLEVELAND: Now that Cord Phelps is here, what is manager Manny Acta going to do with him?

""He'll play the majority of the time at second base against right-handers,'' Acta said. ""Hopefully, he can give us a spark. The big thing is that our offense is struggling, and we're trying to maximize every position on the field, especially with Travis (Hafner) not being here and a couple of other guys not swinging to their capabilities.''

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Kent State has four players drafted in the first 10 rounds of 2011 MLB draft

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

The first two days of the 2011 MLB amateur draft have been good to Kent State as four players were drafted within the first 10 rounds.

As expected, junior LHP Andrew Chafin went first, becoming the 43rd overall pick in the compensatory first round by the Chicago White Sox as the first day of the draft came to a close Monday evening.

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Indians wrap up 2nd day of draft with picks 21-30

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

Here's the remainder of the Tribe's picks on Day Two of the 2011 MLB amateur draft:

* 21st round (638th overall) - OF Cody Elliot/Ball State

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Indians draft picks; rounds 11-20

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

* 11th round (338 overall)-  RHP Luis DeJesus/Angelina College

* 12th round (368th overall) - RHP Steven Sides/Samford University

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More Indians draft selections on Day 2; 7-10 rounds

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

Here's the Tribe's seventh through 10th round picks:

7th round ( 218 overall) - C Eric Hoose/Divine Child H.S. (Mich.) 

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Indians select outfielder in sixth round of draft

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

With their sixth pick (188th overall) in the 2011 MLB amatuer draft, the Tribe picked LF Bryson Myles, a 5-foot-11, 230-pound junior from Stephen F. Austin.

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Tribe's fifth-round pick is another right-handed pitcher

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

The old saying in baseball is that a team can never have enough pitching, and so the Indians selected another right-handed pitcher - William Roberts - with their fifth-round selection Tuesday on the second day of the 2011 MLB amateur draft.

The 6-foot-5, 195-pound Roberts is a junior at the University of Virgina and is the 158th overall player taken.

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Tribe nabs catcher in draft

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

With their 128th pick in the 2011 MLB draft the Indians selected catcher Mark Lowry.

The 5-foot-10 backstop is from James Madisoin University.

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Tribe picks junior college pitcher Jake Sisco with third pick in draft

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

With their 97th pick in the MLB amateur draft the Indians added RHP Jake Sisco to the fold.

The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder is from Merced Junior College in California.

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Tribe nabs prep RHP Dillon Howard in second round of draft

By sstorm Published: June 7, 2011

With their second pick (67th overall) in the 2011 MLB amateur draft the Indians continued on the high school route, selecting right-handed pitcher Dillon Howard.

The 6-foot-4, 210-pounder from Searcy High School in Arkansas is considered a "Big, strong and projectable" pitcher according to MLB.com.

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Tribe selects high school shortstop with their No. 1 pick in the 2011 MLB draft

By sstorm Published: June 6, 2011

With their No. 1 pick (eighth overall) in the 2011 MLB amateur draft, the Indians selected high school shortstop Francisco Lindor.

The 5-foot-11, 175-pound switch-hitter is a senior at Montverde Academy High School in Florida and has verbally committed to play college ball at Florida State.

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Hannahan returns to lineup; Pestano likely to return to bullpen

By Sheldon Published: June 6, 2011

CLEVELAND: After missing three games with a tight hamstring, Jack Hannahan will return to third base tonight against the Twins.

In addition, manager Manny Acta was expecting Vinnie Pestano to be back in the bullpen after missing two games because of back spasms.

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More bad news for Tribe?

By Sheldon Published: June 4, 2011

CLEVELAND: It's too early to tell if Vinnie Pestano will miss much if any time, but he was summoned to throw the ninth inning tonight and left before throwing a pitch.

""His back tightened up,'' manager Manny Acta said. ""He wanted to stay, but we took him out as a precaution.''

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No prognosis on Hannahan

By Sheldon Published: June 3, 2011

CLEVELAND: Manager Manny Acta made no projection about when Jack Hannahan would return to the lineup, but he said head trainer Lonnie Soloff told him that no extensive tests were planned on his tight left hamstring.

""Lonnie didn't think it was serious,'' said Acta after the Tribe's 11-2 loss to the Rangers tonight.

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Nick Johnson back on the field

By Sheldon Published: June 3, 2011

The Indians haven't forgotten Nick Johnson.

The first baseman who has been on the disabled list eight times made his 2011 debut tonight in Akron.

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 2, 2011

Here's how the Tribe's minor league teams fared Wednesday:

Triple-A Columbus (35-18) - After winning eight-of-nine games, the Clippers have dropped three consecutive contests with a 5-4 loss to host Durham at Durham Athletic Park...Columbus got off to a slow start and trailed 4-1 after six innings until INF WES HODGES hit a three-run home run in the seventh to tie the game...But Bulls INF RUSS CANZLER answered with a RBI single in the bottom of the inning to hand RHP JOE MARTINEZ (4-2, 4.73 ERA), the loss...RHP COREY KLUBER (3-3, 6.32 ERA) started for the Clippers and gave up four runs on 10 hits and two walks over six innings in the no-decision...DH LONNIE CHISENHALL went 2-for-4 with a run scored...OF CHAD HUFFMAN also went 2-for-4 with a RBI.

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Asdrubal Cabrera second to Jeter in Star vote; Santana takes hitting advice

By Sheldon Published: June 1, 2011

TORONTO: Asdrubal Cabrera came up a surprising second in the first announced American League All-Star Game balloting today.

Only Derek Jeter of the Yankees received more votes at shortstop (931,410 to 672,105). Second baseman Orlando Cabrera, designated hitter Travis Hafner and catcher Carlos Santana are fourth at their positions. Grady Sizemore is eighth among outfielders, and Shin-Soo Choo is 12th.

Manager Manny Acta is not surprised with Asdrubal Cabrera's showing.

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Indians down on the farm

By sstorm Published: June 1, 2011

Here's how the Tribe's minor league teams fared Tuesday:

Triple-A Columbus (35-17) - Clippers RHP ZACH MCALLISTER (7-1, 2.42 ERA) suffered his first loss of the season in a 4-1 loss to host Durham. McAllister allowed three runs on six hits and three walks, while striking out three in eight innings...Columbus got on the scoreboard first with INF LUIS VALBUENA’s RBI single in the third inning, but McAllister gave up a solo home run in the fourth inning to tie the game...With two on and one out in the sixth inning, McAllister dished up another homer, this time a three-run shot to the reigning International League player of the year in INF DAN JOHNSON that accounted for the game’s final three runs...Meanwhile, the Clippers hitters managed just two hits against Bulls starter and RHP BRIAN BAKER (4-3, 5.44 ERA), who struck out six in seven innings to earn the win...In addition to Valbuena, C PAUL PHILLIPS had the Clippers only other hit - a double in the third inning. After Phillips came home on Valbuena's hit to score Columbus’ only run, the Clippers were hitless after the third inning.

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