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Nick Swisher, Cleveland Indians inseparable: Hey, Hoynsie! - The Plain Dealer - (blog)

Nick Swisher, Cleveland Indians inseparable: Hey, Hoynsie!
The Plain Dealer - (blog)
Hey, Hoynsie: With the decline of Nick Swisher's performance and the fact that he had two knee surgeries in August, what are the chances he might consider retirement this year to give the Indians a shot to improve the offense? – Charlie Bolin, Mansfield.

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Friday was a bad night for most Liberty County football teams - Your Houston News

Your Houston News

Friday was a bad night for most Liberty County football teams
Your Houston News
Seven or eight miles north of Cougar Stadium, the Cleveland Indians were at Huffman Friday night having a few things about football explained to them by the Falcons. Huffman beat Cleveland, 62-0. The Indians won their first district game this season, beating ...

Tribe's Smith delivers walk-off double in 11th -

Tribe's Smith delivers walk-off double in 11th
Jordan Smith, an outfielder in the Cleveland organization, hit an opposite-field double for a walk-off win in the 11th inning. ( ... "It's good to be on the winning side of the comeback," said Smith, an outfielder in the Indians' farm system. "We've been ...

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VoF: Could Tribe Trade for Bat? - Factory Of Sadness

VoF: Could Tribe Trade for Bat?
Factory Of Sadness
Since we all know that the Cleveland Indians are not going to spend more money on free agents with the all the money given to Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn and failure to work out as it has so far. Then let's go the trade route. The Tribe need a big right ...

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Terry's Talkin' about the Cleveland Indians, Jason Kipnis and minor league ... - The Plain Dealer -

Terry's Talkin' about the Cleveland Indians, Jason Kipnis and minor league ...
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He probably won't make the team out of spring training, but could be in Cleveland at some point in 2015. That's especially true if Lonnie Chisenhall has a repeat of how he played after the All-Star break. Chisenhall batted .280 (.770 OPS) with 13 HR and 59 ...

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