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Posts Tagged ‘Shin -soo-Choo.’

Indians’ Choo breaks thumb in 4-3 loss at Frisco

Shin-Soo Choo (file photo)

Cleveland Indians right fielder Shin-Soo Choo will be unavailable for awhile after breaking his left thumb when he was hit by a pitch in the fourth inning of the 4-3 loss Friday night at San Francisco.

Choo was hit on a 2-1 pitch from left-hander Jonathan Sanchez.

Choo will be placed on the disabled list and replaced on the roster by Travis Buck from Triple-A Columbus.

 

Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

Indians knock out Royals early with 10-run fourth inning in 19-1 win

 

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

The Cleveland Indians showed that they were eager to get back on the baseball field after two straight rainouts at home, by traveling to Missouri to take on the Kansas City Royals.

The Tribe scored 10 runs in the fourth inning on Monday night as they routed Kansas City 19-1. It matched their biggest inning of the season.

The Indians pounded out 20 hits to improve to 25-13. The scoring was the most runs Cleveland has scored since beating the Yankees 22-4 on April 18, 2009. 14 of the runs were charged to Vin Mazzaro, the third Royals pitcher of the night.

Josh Tomlin (5-1) allowed one run on five hits in six innings of pitching.

Offensive stars include Michael Brantley with a career-high four RBI’s, Matt LaPorta reached base five straight times with four hits and a walk, Orlando Cabrera had three hits, Asdrubal Cabrera and Shin-Soo Choo each had two hits.

 

Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

 

Hafner provides last at-bat magic in Cleveland win

 

Travis Hafner (file photo)

Travis Hafner is one of the few veterans left on a relatively young Indians team. He is definitely one of its leaders.

Hafner was the hero Friday night as he belted a two-out, two-run homer in the ninth inning off Seattle closer Brandon League gave the Cleveland Indians another dramatic win, 5-4 victory over the Mariners.

Hafner, who was in a homer drought since April 17, hit an o-1 pitch from League (0-4) over the center-field fence, sending the crowd of 33,774 home happy.

The victory was the Indians’ ninth last at-bat win.

Tony Sipp (2-0) pitched a perfect 1.1 innings to earn the win.

The loss spoiled the homecoming of Seattle manager Eric Wedge in Cleveland.

Shin-Soo Choo and Michael Brantley also homered for the Indians.

 

Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

Indians beat Red Sox 8-4 with bullpen leading way

 

Matt LaPorta (file photo)

One of the Cleveland Indians strong points in the second half of the 2010 season was their bullpen and it has pitched well so far this year.

Chad Durbin, Rafael Perez, Frank Herrmann, Tony Sipp and Vinnie Pestano all pitched well as the Indians beat the Red Sox 8-4 in Cleveland for their third straight win. The Red Sox dropped to 0-5 and are off to their worst start since 1996.

The Indians also showed that they can hit the baseball. Shin-Soo Choo, Matt LaPorta and Asdrubal Cabrera homered. Cabrera had the biggest of them all, a three-run drive to the right-field seats in the sixth inning for a 7-2 lead and giving him a 4-RBI night.

 

compiled from Cleveland Indians & Boston Red Sox news

Arroyo has trouble with Choo; leads team to 8-3 win over Cleveland

 

Bronson Arroyo (file photo)

Everytime Bronson Arroyo faces Cleveland Indians star Shin-Soo Choo in regular season games, he has trouble getting him out.

What makes a fan think a spring training game would be any different.

Arroyo shook off the effects of mononucleosis to pitch into the seventh inning in the Cincinnati Reds 8-3 win over the Cleveland Indians. He limited the Indians to a pair of harmless solo homers to the talented Choo.

The veteran of the Reds young pitching staff, Arroyo allowed six hits, struck out three and walked one in 6.1 innings.

Indians relief pitcher Rafael Perez gave up four runs in the eighth inning, getting just one out.

Choo has had great production off Arroyo over the years. He is batting .500 (6 for 12) in his career with four homers.

 

compiled from Cincinnati Reds & Cleveland Indians news

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