Results tagged ‘ Jason Kipnis ’

PHOTO GALLERY: Jose Ramirez’s car found a parking spot at shortstop & we fall to the Reds in Spring Training action, Mar. 26

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Mike Aviles decided to play a little prank on Jose Ramirez in the AM, then it was time for game action. Michael Bourn collected a few hits, and Kipnis returned from his back spasms we fell to the Reds.

-Photos By Dan Mendlik

MLB Network’s ’30 Clubs in 30 Days’ previews, interviews the Tribe

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MLB Network’s “30 Clubs in 30 Days” crew is making its rounds around Spring Training, and they visited the Tribe on Saturday. Here’s video coverage of the show:

COREY KLUBER

MICHAEL BRANTLEY

YAN GOMES

JASON KIPNIS

LONNIE CHISENHALL

TREVOR BAUER

TERRY FRANCONA

BRANDON MOSS

MLB NETWORK PREDICTIONS

PHOTO GALLERY: Kluber Day!

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Corey Kluber and Jason Kipnis made their 2015 Spring debuts on Saturday, on a sun-splashed day at Goodyear Ballpark — in which the Dodgers and Indians actually tied, 5-5. Ryan Rohlinger and Brett Hayes each hit homers in the ninth to erase a 5-1 Tribe deficit.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Kluber’s live BP, Carrasco the groundskeeper, March 1

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Today’s photos include Corey Kluber’s first live BP session of the Spring, Carlos Carrasco driving a golf cart, Terry hitting more fungoes and Carlos Santana making more friends. Good day.

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Live at-bats today in Indians Camp, Feb. 28

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The morning started out with a little rain, but didn’t hold the squad from getting in a good day’s work. Nick Maradone, Nick Hagadone, Carlos Carrasco & Danny Salazar all faced live hitters as the guys prep for Tuesday’s spring opener.

-Photos by Dan Mendlik

Fun times at Indians Photo Day

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We brought the Twitter Mirror to Photo Day and managed to capture some pretty stellar selfies. Flip through our slideshow to enjoy the return of a rally stache, a Cy Kluber stare down and some GQ worthy poses.

PHOTO GALLERY: Busy day at Spring Training — signings, hitting and fielding!

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With six days left until the #TribeSpring opener, things were in full swing on Wednesday!

-Photos by Dan Mendlik

PHOTO GALLERY: Full-squad workouts begin and Lindor wins the race, Feb. 24

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The whole gang’s here and the first Spring game is only a week away. Players took part in a conditioning race that Francisco Lindor finished in a diving fashion!

-Photos by Dan Mendlik

Pre-Spring injury updates: Jason Kipnis, Nick Swisher, Gavin Floyd, Brandon Moss, Ryan Raburn, Giovanny Urshela

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The Indians medical staff released the following updates on Thursday, regarding some rehabbing Indians players:

2B Jason Kipnis (left ring finger extensor repair)

Responding as expected following left ring finger extensor tendon repair.  Currently unrestricted with defensive work and throwing.  He is working through a return to hit progression, currently at the front-toss phase of cage-hitting.  Expected to resume hitting on the field within the first week of spring training and should be available for game activity shortly after games begin in early March.

1B/OF Nick Swisher (bi-lateral knee surgery)

Comes into camp unrestricted with hitting and throwing.  Currently on a structured running and agility progression designed to allow his knees to accommodate to the increased volume and intensity of spring training.  Scheduled to begin outfield specific work and base-running in 2 weeks.  Expected to resume game activity in mid-March.

RHP Gavin Floyd (right elbow olecranon internal fixation)

Currently throwing bullpens and building up volume and intensity.  Will follow a structured bullpen and live BP schedule, very similar to the rest of the pitchers, but individualized to monitor his recovery with respect to his elbow medical history.  Expected to resume game activity (potentially a non “A” game environment to start) by the second week of March.

OF Brandon Moss (right hip labrum repair)

Currently completing a hitting and running progression post right hip surgery (labrum repair).  Continues to hit all of his goals in terms of his physical assessment and functional performance.  Currently completing overhand-toss hitting and building up his sprint work.  Expected to begin position-specific running in 7-10 days and begin hitting on the field at the end of February or early March.  Expected to resume game activity in mid-March.

OF Ryan Raburn (left knee surgery)

Completed rehab and off-season S&C work.  Comes into camp mostly unrestricted. Will monitor his work load early as his knee adjusts to increased volume and intensity. Expected to be available for game activity when games begin.

INF Giovanny Urshela (left knee PCL sprain)

Giovanny had completed his rehab from his left knee PCL sprain and has tolerated all baseball activity well.  He will be unrestricted in terms of all baseball activity at the start of spring training.  Will monitor his overall activity early on as he adjusts the increase in volume and intensity of activity.

PHOTO GALLERY: Pitchers and Catchers report, Feb. 18

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Pitchers and catchers reported to Goodyear, Ariz., today, but as you’ll see, most of the squad is already in the house. They look pretty happy, too, don’t they?

–Photos by Dan Mendlik

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