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Indians place Ryan Raburn on the disabled list

Ryan Raburn’s disappointing season for the Indians now includes a trip to the disabled list with a sore right wrist.

Raburn hit .272 with 16 homers and a career-high .901 OPS in 87 games as a part-timer for the Indians last season, which got him a two-year, $4.85 million contract. 35 more words

Josh Reddick Threw the Ball to Himself in a Ryan Raburn Moment Against Kansas City

Josh Reddick, the Oakland right fielder, had a slight problem throwing a ball in to second base in the bottom of the first inning against Kansas City on Monday night. 136 more words


Corey Kluber: "Emotions Run Through Me Like Everybody Else, I Just Don't Outwardly Express The Same"

Indians pitcher Corey Kluber joined Bull & Fox to talk about his calm attitude on the mound, his standing as one of the best pitchers in baseball so far this season, his reaction to the spiked throw to centerfield to Ryan Raburn and his non-superstitious routine on days that he’s scheduled to start, whether he’s partied with Johnny Manziel and LeBron coming back to town. 110 more words



What an arm.  Kluber, the Indians pitcher, had a perfect game going until the 7th inning.  0-0 in the bottom of the 8th and this happens.   41 more words

Cool Sports Thing of the Day: 7/25/14

Cleveland Indians outfielder Ryan Raburn literally threw his name into the hat for Worst Throw of the Year yesterday. The video can be watched by clicking the link below, and it is shocking. 17 more words

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Indians outfielder allows Little League homer after hilariously awful play

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Cleveland Indians left fielder Ryan Raburn made one of the most splendidly awful plays in recent baseball history Wednesday night in the 14th inning. 60 more words


Kiley & Booms On Demand Rundown, 7/25

Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.

6:04-Kiley & Les talk about the impressive job by Corey Kluber and the pitiful play from Ryan Raburn. 404 more words