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Akron Beacon Journal May 18, 2015

Indians activate Mike Aviles, option down Austin Adams; Carlos Santana scratched from Monday lineup

The Indians announced Monday that Mike Aviles has returned to the team. Aviles was dealing with the news that his 4-year-old daughter, Adriana, had been diagnosed with leukemia. Indians manager Terry Francona and the team told Aviles to take his time before coming back to baseball. Aviles was on the medical emergency list and then the MLB restricted list.  In a corresponding move, relief pitcher Austin Adams was optioned down to Triple-A after his third stint with the Indians this season. Also Monday, first baseman Carlos Santana was scratched from the lineup due to back spasms, per...
Plain Dealer May 18, 2015
Cleveland Indians activate Mike Aviles, option right-hander Austin Adams

Cleveland Indians activate Mike Aviles, option right-hander Austin Adams

The Indians optioned Austin Adams to make room for Mike Aviles before Monday night's game.
Akron Beacon Journal May 13, 2015

Indians notebook: Mike Aviles’ daughter has leukemia, team tells him to take his time returning; Yan Gomes nearing rehab assignment

CLEVELAND: Indians infielder Mike Aviles has been on the medical emergency list for several days dealing with a family issue. On Wednesday, Aviles was back in Cleveland and Indians manager Terry Francona met with reporters and shared the terrible news that Aviles has been dealing with during his absence.Aviles’ 4-year-old daughter, Adriana, was diagnosed with leukemia last week. She is currently being treated at the Cleveland Clinic.“It’s heartbreaking to anyone who has children and I don’t even think you need to have children [to understand how he might be feeling],” Francona said....
Chronicle-Telegram May 13, 2015

Indians: Mike Aviles status uncertain after daughter diagnosed with leukemia

CLEVELAND — Mike Aviles was at Progressive Field prior to Wednesday’s game against the Cardinals, but he was not activated from the family medical emergency list and his status with the team remains unclear. Manager Terry Francona told reporters that Aviles’ daughter Adriana was diagnosed with leukemia. “She’s four-years-old and it’s kind of heartbreaking to Read More...The post Indians: Mike Aviles status uncertain after daughter diagnosed with leukemia appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The...
Akron Beacon Journal May 13, 2015

Indians INF Mike Aviles' daughter diagnosed with leukemia; Team tells him to take his time returning

Indians infielder Mike Aviles has been on the medical emergency list for several days dealing with a family issue. On Wednesday, Aviles was back in Cleveland and Indians manager Terry Francona met with reporters and shared the terrible news that Aviles had been dealing with during his absence. Aviles' 4-year-old daughter, Adriana, was diagnosed with leukemia last week. “It’s heartbreaking to anyone who has children and I don’t even think you need to have children [to understand how he might be feeling],” Francona said. “She’s in good hands. She’s getting treatment. She’s...
Plain Dealer May 13, 2015
Infielder Mike Aviles back with Cleveland Indians after 4-year-old daughter diagnosed with leukemia

Infielder Mike Aviles back with Cleveland Indians after 4-year-old daughter diagnosed with leukemia

Mike Aviles spent Wednesday afternoon with his teammates at Progressive Field, after being away from the club for the last five days while tending to his 4-year-old daughter, Adriana, who was diagnosed with leukemia last week.
Chronicle-Telegram May 8, 2015

Indians notes: Mike Aviles placed on family medical emergency list

CLEVELAND — The Indians placed utility player Mike Aviles on the family medical emergency list prior to the series opener with Minnesota on Friday, replacing him on the 25-man roster with Triple-A Columbus infielder/outfielder Zach Walters. The team would not disclose the nature of the emergency, with manager Terry Francona telling reporters only that, “It’s Read More...The post Indians notes: Mike Aviles placed on family medical emergency list appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1...
Plain Dealer May 8, 2015

Cleveland Indians place infielder Mike Aviles on family medical emergency list, recall Zach Walters

The Indians have placed infielder Mike Aviles on the family medical emergency list. To assume his spot on the active roster, the team has recalled utility player Zach Walters.

Indians place Mike Aviles on medical emergency list, recall Zach Walters from Triple-A

Indians infielder Mike Aviles has been placed on the medical emergency list and utility man Zach Walters has been recalled from Triple-A, the team announced Friday. Aviles can remain on the medical emergency list for 3-to-7 days. He is hitting .288 this season with two home runs and four RBI in 18 games. The Indians did not disclose any details into Aviles’ situation other than to say he has their support. “It’s a personal, family, very serious matter that we found out about [Thursday],” Francona said. “He certainly has our blessing—not only our blessing, but our assistance...

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