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Indians rookie Chisenhall has broken nasal bone


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Cleveland Indians rookie third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall’s injury diagnosis is that he broke a nasal bone on the right side of his face when he was struck by a 90 mph fastball from Toronto’s Carlos Villanueva on Thursday night.

Chisehall was hit by an inside pitch in the second inning that smashed off the right ear flap of his batting helmet and richocheted off near his nose.

The injury looked serious at first but it is not and he is expected to miss only a few games.

Indians trainer Lonnie Sokoloff the team is considering an option that Chisenhall could wear a mask or a helmet with a protective bar when he returns to action.,


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Cleveland Indians news

Clippers’ Chisenhall named IL Batter of the Week


Lonnie Chisenhall (file photo)

The International League has announced that Columbus Clippers 3B Lonnie Chisenhall has been chosen as the league’s Batter of the Week for the period from June 20-26.

At the start of last week, Chisenhall was on the disabled list recovering from a concussion. By the end of the week, he was back in action and had accumulated a League-best 14 RBI’s.

He wasted no time proving he was healthy after being activated for Wednesday’s game in Toledo.

In his first game back, Chisenhall banged out four hits (missing the cycle by a double) and driving in six runs. His three-run blast in the 8th inning put Columbus ahead for good in a 13-7 win.

Chisenhall kept on going on Thursday, he drove in two more runs despite going hitless, then back at home in Huntington Park on Friday, he hit a 1st-inning grand slam on his way to a 5-RBI night against Gwinnett. He added another RBI Sunday to give him 14 for the week.

The 22-year-old is in his first season at the Triple-A level. He was an Eastern League All-Star in 2010 with Double-A Akron. Chisenhall is a native of Morehead City, North Carolina.

For the season, he is hitting .265 in 65 games, with 67 hits, 44 runs scored, 14 doubles, 44 RBI’s.

His big week allowed a promotion to the parent Cleveland Indians as their starting third baseman.


Info courtesy of the International League & the Columbus Clippers

Chisenhall named Indians Minor League Player of the Week


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The Cleveland Indians have announced that 3B Lonnie Chisenhall is the Indians Minor League Player of the Week for June 19-25.

This past week, the 22-year-old Chisenhall, who has been promoted to Cleveland and made his Major League debut against Arizona going 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. In four games with the Columbus Clippers of the Triple-A IL, he hit .412 (7-17) with 4 runs scored, a triple, 2 home runs and 13 RBI’s.

In addition, to being named the Indians Minor League Player of the Week, he was also named the International League Player of the Week. For the 2011 season with Columbus, Chisenhall hit .265 (67-253) with 44 runs scored, 14 doubles, 3 triples, 7 home runs and 44 RBI’s in 65 games. At the time of his promotion to Cleveland, he ranked 8th in the Il in runs scored and 10th in runs batted in.

Chisenhall was a first-round selection (29th overall) by the Indians in the 2008 First-Year Draft out of Pitt Junior College in Greensville, North Carolina.

Prior to the 2011 season, Chisenhall was named the top prospect in the Indians organization by Baseball America.


Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

Hot bat gets Chisenhall promoted to Indians


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The Cleveland Indians have promoted their top minor league prospect Lonnie Chisenhall, with the hope that he can put a spark in the team’s life-less offense.

The team immediately put the 22-year-old into the lineup at third base at Arizona on Monday night in his major league debut.

To make room on the roster, the Indians designated infielder Adam Everett for assignment.

Chisenhall was selected 29th overall in the first round of the 2008 draft out of Pitt, North Carolina Junior College.

Chisenhall will be the everyday third baseman, except against “tough” left-handed pitchers. He takes over in the lineup for Jack Hannahan, who has been in a horrible slump at .183 in his last 32 games.

Chisenhall, a left-handed hitter, batted .265 with 14 doubles, seven homers and 44 RBI’s in 65 games for Triple-A Columbus. He was hitting .303 with runners on base and .360 with runners in scoring position.


Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians & Columbus Clippers

Chisenhall leads Clippers to 13-7 win over Toledo with six RBI night

Lonnie Chisenhall (file photo)

Clippers third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall has had an up-and-down season in Triple-A.

But he is starting to see things come around for himself.

After missing nine games due to the effects of a concussion, which he suffered in Buffalo on June 11 resulting in his being placed on the disabled list, Chisenhall returned to the lineup in Toledo and made Fifth Third Field his own yard on Wednesday night.

Chisenhall had two singles, a triple, a home run and six RBI’s to lead Columbus to a 13-7 whacking of the Toledo Mud Hens.

He had the key blow in the eighth inning to snap a 7-7 tie by cracking a three-run homer to right-center on the first pitch he saw from hard-throwing Matt Hoffman to put the Clippers up for good at 10-7.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers, Radio & TV news


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