5 Players the Atlanta Braves Could Sever Ties with Before 2014 Season

CLEVELAND INDIANS

Lonnie Chisenhall

When Michael Bourn and Jason Giambi come off the disabled list sometime this April, general manager Chris Antonetti and manager Terry Francona need to decide who stays and who goes. Three players in Nyger Morgan, Josh Elliot and Lonnie Chisenhall […]

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Danny Salazar

The Cleveland Indians have a Cy Young candidate this season, and he did not even start in the club’s first three games this season. Danny Salazar went 5 2/3 innings, struck out four, walked three, and gave up only two earned runs on […]

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For a long time the Cleveland Indians had a rotating shuffle at second base. It seems like other than the short period of time that Roberto Alomar had the position from 1999 to 2001, there have been a lot of […]

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Cleveland Indians Lonnie Chisenhall

When Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona pinch-hit Elliott Johnson for Lonnie Chisenhall against the Oakland Athletics, Francona sent a message that one of them has just a few days to make their case to stay in the big leagues. Everyone knows […]

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Bob Melvin

In the bottom of the second inning between the Cleveland Indians and the Oakland Athletics, MLB suffered its first black eye in regards to expanded replay in the 2014 season. Leading 2-0 with runners at the corners, Josh Donaldson’s fielder’s choice induced […]

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John Axford

The Oakland Athletics made John Axford’s first three outs as the closer for the Cleveland Indians a long process, throwing 26 pitches (14 balls, 12 strikes). Two of the five batter’s at-bats ended in swinging strikeouts for the now 31-year-old […]

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Cleveland Indians walkoff

The buzz surrounding the 2014 Cleveland Indians is palpable. Not since the Tribe fell flat on its face in 2008 has the city been in such a tizzy over the club. Even though 2013 didn’t bring the success 2007 brought, […]

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Carson

With clubs around the majors finally beginning to trek home to the stadiums they’ll call “home” this summer, they will also have to determine who gets to be a part of the family spending their days in that home. Many […]

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