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Lopez is the latest player designated for assignment by slumping Indians


The Cleveland Indians, in the midst of a 10-game losing streak, have given Derek Lowe and Johnny Damon some company on the”designated for assignment” list. Today, the team announced that they designated infielder Jose Lopez for assignment. The move allows room for right-hander Frank Herrmann who has been recalled from Triple-A Columbus. Herrmann is needed due to an over-used bullpen.

Jose Lopez (courtesy of Columbus Clippers)

Lopez appeared in 66 games for the Indians this year, playing third base and seeing some time at first and second. The 28-year-old posted a .249 batting average in 224 plate appearances. He earns $800K this year after signing a minor league deal with Cleveland last December.


Info compiled from MLB, Radio & TV news

Indians activate Duncan from paternity list, option Donald back to Columbus


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Outfielder Shelley Duncan is back with the Cleveland Indians and the club has  optioned infielder Jason Donald back to Triple-A Columbus.

The roster moves were made Friday, July 6,  before the Indians played against the Tampa Bay Rays, a game in which they lost 10-3.

Duncan and his wife, Elyse, welcomed twin boys William and Walker to the world on Thursday.

Duncan was hitting .221 with seven homers and 24 RBIs in 55 games, before going on the MLB Paternity List, which is a 3-day stay. He missed just two games.

Donald has split this season between Cleveland and Columbus. He has played 18 games with the Indians.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Cleveland Indians news

Rangers acquire Spilborghs from Cleveland for cash considerations


The Texas Rangers announced recently that they had acquired outfielder Ryan Spilborghs from Cleveland in exchange for cash considerations.  Spilborghs has been assigned to Triple-A Round Rock and is not on the 40-man roster at this time.

Ryan Spilborghs with the rockies (2008 photo by SD Dirk via wikipedia commons)

The 32-year-old Spilborghs started the 2012 season with Triple-A Columbus, batting .250 (18-72) with one homer, 13 RBI, and 12 runs in 21 games.  He has hit .360 (9-25) against left-handed pitchers.  He hit safely in 10 of his last 12 games with the Clippers at .310 (13-42) with 6 walks and 10 RBI.  Spilborghs has seen action in left and right field, and has been the designated hitter in 4 contests.

He was a non-roster invitee to the Indians major league spring training camp, but has spent the year at Triple-A.

Spilborghs had spent 2005-2010 with the Colorado Rockies.

Indians finalize Opening Day roster; DL Sizemore, Huff, purchase contracts of Lopez, Wheeler


Grady Sizemore (photo by Ron Vesely via Getty Images, courtesy

The Cleveland Indians used Wednesday to shore up their Opening Day roster before hosting the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday afternoon.

The Tribe have placed injured center fielder Grady Sizemore on the 60-day disabled list. Also going to the DL for s shorter stay is left-hander David Huff, who has a strained right hamstring.

The Indians designated outfielder Thomas Neal for assignment.

Cleveland purchased the contracts of infielder Jose Lopez and reliever Dan Wheeler from Triple-A Columbus.

Sizemore, who re-signed with the team as a free agent during the winter for a reduced contract, underwent back surgery in March due to a spring training drill of fielding ground balls, will not be eligible to come off the DL until June 3.


Info compiled from Cleveland Indians, Radio & TV

Indians add bullpen depth with Tejeda


Robinson Tejeda in 2009 with Kansas City (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Free-agent relief pitcher Robinson Tejeda has agreed to a minor-league contract with the Cleveland Indians and has been invited to major-league spring training.

The 29-year-old Tejeda, a right-hander, spent the past four seasons with Kansas City’s organization. He is 23-27 overall with an ERA of 4.42 in 183 games.

Tejeda pitched in nine games for the Royals in 2011, with a record of 0-1, a 6.14 ERA.

The year before, he appeared in 54 games for Kansas City.

Cleveland will give him every chance to win an open spot in their bullpen, and if he doesn’t, he’ll start the season at Triple-A Columbus to provide depth in case of injuries.

He has also pitched for Philadelphia and Texas.


Info compiled from Cleveland Indians news

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