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For his next trick, Jose Ramirez tries his hand at third base: Cleveland Indians notes

For his next trick, Jose Ramirez tries his hand at third base: Cleveland Indians notes

The Yankees retired Jorge Posada's No. 20 at Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon. During his speech, Posada offered his best wishes to Cleveland's Mike Aviles and his family. The former catcher said he wished for them "all the health in the world." Aviles' daughter, Adriana, was diagnosed with leukemia in May.
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Utility man Mike Aviles playing with sore wrist: Cleveland Indians quick hits

Indians jack-of-all-trades Mike Aviles has been swinging the bat better after getting a cortisone shot in his left wrist.
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'My joy comes from my kids': Mike Aviles' daughter, battling leukemia, throws out ceremonial first pitch

"My joy comes from my kids," Mike Aviles said. "I enjoy just seeing them happy. ... You don't want to see them crying."
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Indians notebook: Mike Aviles’ twin daughters throw out ceremonial first pitch in special moment

Indians notebook: Mike Aviles’ twin daughters throw out ceremonial first pitch in special moment

CLEVELAND: In a touching moment that reminded everyone that baseball isn’t the most important thing in the world, the twin four-year-old daughters of Mike Aviles — Adriana and Maiya — threw out the ceremonial first pitches to their father before Thursday night’s game against the New York Yankees. Adriana was diagnosed with leukemia in early May. Aviles has twice been placed on the Family Medical Emergency List as he’s tended to his family. After hearing of her diagnosis, players in the Indians clubhouse began, one-by-one, shaving their heads in support of Adriana. It reached the...

Mike Aviles’ twin daughters throw out ceremonial first pitch in special moment (with video)

In a touching moment that reminded us all that baseball isn’t the most important thing in the world, the twin four-year-old daughters of Mike Aviles—Adriana and Maiya—threw out the ceremonial first pitches to their father prior to Thursday night’s game against the New York Yankees. Adriana was diagnosed with Leukemia in early May. Aviles has twice been placed on the Family Medical Emergency List as he’s tended to his family. After hearing of her diagnosis, players in the Indians clubhouse began, one-by-one, shaving their heads in support of Adriana. It reached the front office,...

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