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Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - April 10, 2015

On April 10, 2015, I paid respect to some pitchers.

Nick Hagadone was 2 outs from a permanent legacy in baseball, Matt Harvey is back and Tim Lincecum hopes to make it 3 straight years no hitting the Padres. 15 more words

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Indians Activate LHPs TJ House & Nick Hagadone From DL, Re-Sign RHP Joe Colon To Minor League Deal

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – With the MLB off-season just getting underway, the Cleveland Indians made a few moves on Saturday to kick things off. 147 more words

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Indians Promote LHP Michael Roth, Send 1B Jesus Aguilar Back To Minors: Tribe Notes

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The Indians have purchased the contract of left-handed pitcher Michael Roth and have promoted him to the big league roster, the club announced on Tuesday. 703 more words

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Indians Reliever Nick Hagadone Undergoes Surgery, Will Miss 6-9 Months

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – Cleveland Indians reliever Nick Hagadone underwent elbow surgery on Thursday, a procedure which is expected to keep him out of action for the next 6-9 months. 86 more words

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Indians reliever Nick Hagadone undergoes season-ending elbow surgery

Indians reliever Nick Hagadone will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing left elbow surgery Thursday.

There was some speculation that Hagadone would need a second Tommy John surgery, but Jordan Bastian of MLB.com… 100 more words

Indians Fearing Worst After Nick Hagadone Suffers Elbow Injury

Indians reliever Nick Hagadone is seeking a second opinion after injuring his left elbow in a recent Minor League rehab appearance.

According to manager Terry Francona, the injury is feared to be serious. 84 more words

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Indians fear left-hander Nick Hagadone needs a second Tommy John surgery

While on a minor-league rehab assignment for a back injury Indians left-hander Nick Hagadone was pulled from a game with elbow soreness and manager Terry Francona says the team fears he will need Tommy John surgery. 68 more words