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Plain Dealer Aug 18, 2016

Get to know Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley

The Indians' outfielder didn't get much time on the field in 2016, but he did provide a little bit of personality in this 60-second quiz.
Plain Dealer Aug 17, 2016

Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona eyeing normal spring training in 2017 for Michael Brantley

Indians left fielder Michael Brantley underwent season-ending surgery Monday in Dallas for biceps tendinitis in the right shoulder.
Athletics Nation Aug 16, 2016

Game #120: A’s 4, Rangers 5

The A’s loaded the bases with no outs in the first inning and didn’t score, loaded the bases in the second inning and only scored once on a bases loaded walk, put runners on the corners in the third and didn’t score, and then only had one more hit through the end of the eighth inning. They did not score. Andrew Triggs was phenomenal, pitching a career high in innings with 5 and 2⁄3 with two strikeouts, and only two hits and one run. Ryan Dull was ineffective in relief, unfortunately, and spoiled the lead and surrendered the go-ahead winning run in his 1 and 1⁄3 innings. Max Muncy...
Plain Dealer Aug 16, 2016

Cleveland Indians' Michael Brantley has biceps tendinitis surgery; needs 4 months recovery time

Michael Brantley underwent season-ending surgery on his right shoulder Monday.
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 16, 2016

Indians report: Outfielder Michael Brantley expected to miss four months after surgery

CLEVELAND: Indians outfielder Michael Brantley has been given a timeline of four months to recover from surgery to address chronic biceps tendinitis in his right shoulder.Dr. Keith Meister and Dr. Mark Schickendantz performed the season-ending surgery, known as a bicep tenodesis, on Monday in Dallas. During the surgery, it was confirmed that Brantley’s previously repaired labrum was still intact and the remainder of the shoulder joint looked good. Brantley will miss all but 11 games of this 2016 season after injuring his shoulder Sept. 22 of last year in Minnesota diving for a ball. The...
News-Herald Aug 16, 2016
Cleveland Indians say Michael Brantley should recover in four months

Cleveland Indians say Michael Brantley should recover in four months

Outfielder Michael Brantley should be fully recovered from surgery performed Aug. 15 by the time spring training begins in late February, according to an update released by the Indians on Aug. 16.The Indians reported doctors Keith Meister and Mark Schickendantz operated on Brantley for 45 minutes in Dallas to correct chronic biceps tendinitis in Brantley's right shoulder.

Three Twins postgame thoughts from LEN3: Molitor, Mauer and Dozier

The Twins beat Atlanta on Tuesday to get their six-game road trip off on the right foot
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 15, 2016

Michael Brantley undergoes surgery, update expected Tuesday

Indians’ outfielder Michael Brantley underwent surgery on Monday in Texas, but a team spokesman said it started later than expected and an update won't come until Tuesday morning. Brantley played only 11 games in 2016, most of his year spent rehabbing from off-season surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder. In June he was diagnosed with biceps tendinitis.
Plain Dealer Aug 15, 2016

Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley to undergo season-ending surgery on Monday

Michael Brantley's season is over after only 11 games.
Plain Dealer Aug 14, 2016
Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley's shoulder problems worthy of a poem by Homer: Crowquill

Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley's shoulder problems worthy of a poem by Homer: Crowquill

Cleveland Indians' outfielder Michael Brantley's shoulder problems are worthy of a poem by Homer
Columbus Dispatch Aug 14, 2016

Baseball | Indians’ Michael Brantley to have shoulder surgery, miss rest of season

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians have played most of the season without All-Star outfielder Michael Brantley. The AL Central leaders also will finish it without him.adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 13, 2016
Indians notebook: Outfielder Michael Brantley to have season-ending surgery on Monday

Indians notebook: Outfielder Michael Brantley to have season-ending surgery on Monday

CLEVELAND: For Michael Brantley, the 2016 season will essentially be lost.Indians manager Terry Francona said that Brantley will have season-ending surgery on Monday in Texas. The surgery will be performed by Dr. Kevin Meister and Indians head team physician Dr. Mark Schickendantz. Further details and a timetable for his return have not yet been released. Brantley has been on the disabled list for the entire season, apart from a brief 11-game return in May, while rehabbing from offseason surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right (non-throwing) shoulder. In June, he was diagnosed with...
MASN Sports Aug 13, 2016

Baker and Rizzo react to the release of Papelbon - Byron Kerr

The Nationals released veteran closer Jonathan Papelbon on Saturday to make room for Reynaldo Lopez. Papelbon finished his career with the Nationals with 26 saves in 59 appearances. But he struggled with his command and velocity recently, no longer possessing...
News-Herald Aug 13, 2016
Cleveland Indians outfielder Brantley will have season-ending surgery Aug. 15

Cleveland Indians outfielder Brantley will have season-ending surgery Aug. 15

Indians outfielder Michael Brantley will have season-ending surgery on Aug. 15, manager Terry Francona said on Aug. 13 before the Tribe played the Los Angeles Angels at Progressive Field.Brantley has had a nagging right shoulder and right biceps tendon injury since before the season started.
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 13, 2016

Indians OF Michael Brantley to have season-ending surgery on Monday

For Michael Brantley, the 2016 season will essentially be lost. Indians manager Terry Francona said that Brantley will have season-ending surgery on Monday in Texas. Further details and a timetable for his return have not yet been released. Brantley has been on the disabled list for the entire season apart from a brief 11-game return in May while rehabbing from offseason surgery to repair a torn labrum in his non-throwing shoulder. In June, he was diagnosed with biceps tendinitis. In July, he underwent an outpatient procedure to remove scar tissue from his shoulder. Lately, Brantley...

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