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Akron Beacon Journal Jul 23, 2015

Indians notebook: Trade rumors roundup, including Carlos Carrasco, Brandon Moss, Mike Aviles; Nick Hagadone headed for surgery

CLEVELAND: The July 31 non-waiver trade deadline is fast approaching, and the rumors have started to swirl.The Indians have drawn interest in utility man Mike Aviles, per a report by Fox’s Ken Rosenthal, though the team isn’t interested in trading him while his 4-year-old-daughter, Adriana, is receiving treatment at the Cleveland Clinic after being diagnosed with leukemia in May.Normally, teams won’t go on the record in relation to any trade talks or rumors until after the deal is completed or the deadline passes. In this case, though, the team felt comfortable acknowledging that Aviles...
Chronicle-Telegram Jul 23, 2015

Indians notes: Aviles latest name mentioned in trade talks

CLEVELAND — A report surfaced Thursday that utility man Mike Aviles was drawing interest as the trading deadline approaches, but that the Indians would be unwilling to deal him in his current situation. Aviles’ four-year-old daughter Adriana was diagnosed with leukemia in May and is being treated at the Cleveland Clinic. “I think that’s pretty Read More...Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
News-Herald Jul 23, 2015
Cleveland Indians notes: Mike Aviles won't be traded because daughter is ill

Cleveland Indians notes: Mike Aviles won't be traded because daughter is ill

The Indians are putting the peace of mind of one of their players first as the trading deadline quickly approaches.Manager Terry Francona confirmed a report the Indians have no plans to offer utility player Mike Aviles to other teams before the July 31 trading deadline so Aviles can be with his daughter, Adriana, while she is treated for leukemia at Cleveland Clinic.

Indians trade rumors roundup, including Carlos Carrasco, Brandon Moss, Mike Aviles

The July 31 non-waiver trade deadline is fast approaching, and the rumors have started to swirl. The Indians have drawn interest in utility man Mike Aviles, per a report by Fox’s Ken Rosenthal, though the team isn’t interested in trading him while his 4-year-old-daughter, Adriana, is receiving treatment at the Cleveland Clinic after being diagnosed with Leukemia in May. Normally, teams won’t go on the record in relation to any trade talks or rumors until after the deal is completed or the deadline passes. In this case, though, the team felt comfortable acknowledging that Aviles...
Plain Dealer Jul 23, 2015

Cleveland Indians won't trade infielder Mike Aviles, whose daughter is battling leukemia

The Indians will not entertain offers for Aviles, despite interest from other teams, a source told cleveland.com. Not with his daughter dealing with the fight of her life.
The Republican Jul 23, 2015
MLB Trade Rumors: Cleveland Indians will not trade Mike Aviles while daughter battles leukemia (report)

MLB Trade Rumors: Cleveland Indians will not trade Mike Aviles while daughter battles leukemia (report)

The Cleveland Indians have drawn interest in former Red Sox Mike Aviles, but, according to reports, the team will not trade the infielder while his daughter battles leukemia.
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 11, 2015

Indians’ Mike Aviles tending to daughter, is placed back on medical emergency list; Jose Ramirez recalled from Triple-A

CLEVELAND: The Indians on Saturday placed utility man Mike Aviles back on Major League Baseball’s Family Medical Emergency List and recalled shortstop Jose Ramirez from Triple-A.Aviles was put on the Family Medical Emergency List on May 8 after learning that his 4-year-old daughter, Adriana, had been diagnosed with leukemia. He spent a week on that list and was then put on the Restricted List for three more days.Aviles is again tending to his daughter, who is at the Cleveland Clinic.A player can remain on the Family Medical Emergency List for seven days, though the Indians just need to...
Chronicle-Telegram Jul 11, 2015

Indians notes: Mike Aviles placed on Family Medical Emergency List; Jose Ramirez recalled

CLEVELAND — The Indians will be without utility player and veteran clubhouse leader Mike Aviles for an undisclosed amount of time. Aviles left the team prior to Friday night’s series opener against Oakland and was placed on the Family Medical Emergency List on Saturday. His four-year-old daughter Adriana was diagnosed with leukemia in May. To Read More... The post Indians notes: Mike Aviles placed on Family Medical Emergency List; Jose Ramirez recalled appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram. Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram....
Plain Dealer Jul 11, 2015

Cleveland Indians place Mike Aviles on medical emergency list; recall Jose Ramirez

The Indians placed Mike Aviles on the Family Medical Emergency List on Saturday for the second time this season. Jose Ramirez was recalled from Class AAA Columbus to replace him.
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 11, 2015

Indians place Mike Aviles back on family medical emergency list, recall Jose Ramirez

The Indians on Saturday placed utility man Mike Aviles back on Major League Baseball’s Family Medical Emergency List and recalled shortstop Jose Ramirez from Triple-A. Aviles was put on the Family Medical Emergency List on May 8 after learning his daughter, Adriana, had been diagnosed with leukemia. He spent a week on that list and was then put on the Restricted List for three more days. The reasoning behind his placement on the list this time is still unknown. A player can remain on the Family Medical Emergency List for seven days. Aviles is hitting .250 this season with four home runs...
Plain Dealer Jul 3, 2015

Mike Aviles gives Cleveland Indians 5-4 victory over Rays with 10th-inning homer

Corey Kluber strikes out 14 in eight innings, but has to settle for a no-decision as the Tribe completed a four-game sweep of the Rays.
Chronicle-Telegram Jul 3, 2015

Indians 5, Rays 4: Tribe sweeps Tampa with Mike Aviles homer in 10th inning

TAMPA, Fla. — The Cleveland Indians are feeling a little better about themselves. Good pitching, timely hitting and the team’s first sweep of a four-game road series in more than a year can have that effect. “Our pitching gave us a chance every night, that’s stating the obvious. But I think every game is different,” Read More... The post Indians 5, Rays 4: Tribe sweeps Tampa with Mike Aviles homer in 10th inning appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram. Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 2, 2015
Indians 5, Rays 4 (10 innings): Mike Aviles homers in 10th to lift Indians to sweep of Rays

Indians 5, Rays 4 (10 innings): Mike Aviles homers in 10th to lift Indians to sweep of Rays

TAMPA, Fla.: Mike Aviles homered on the first pitch of the 10th inning, giving the Indians a 5-4 victory and four-game sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday.Corey Kluber struck out 14 in eight innings. Brian Shaw (1-1) pitched one scoreless inning for the win, and Cody Allen struck out the side in the 10th to earn his 15th save in 16 opportunities.Aviles homered off Xavier Cedeno (1-0), extending the Rays’ losing streak to five games. Michael Brantley had a RBI single and sacrifice fly for the Indians, who also got run-scoring singles from Jason Kipnis and Francisco Lindor.

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