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Chronicle-Telegram Mar 24, 2015

Indians: Nick Swisher not expected to be ready for opener

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Indians manager Terry Francona said he doesn’t expect slugger Nick Swisher to be ready for the team’s April 6 season opener at Houston. Swisher underwent surgery on both knees in August and has been slower to recover than expected. Swisher only began running the bases last week and is expected to play Read More...The post Indians: Nick Swisher not expected to be ready for opener 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.
Plain Dealer Mar 24, 2015

Nick Swisher won't open regular season with Cleveland Indians on April 6

Manager Terry Francona has spent all spring training saying that opening day is an "artificial deadline' for injured players such as Nick Swisher. On Monday, Francona and GM Chris Antonetti said that Swisher would not be ready to open the season on April 6 as he continues to rehab his surgically repaired knees.
News-Herald Mar 24, 2015
Cleveland Indians not expecting Nick Swisher to be ready for opener

Cleveland Indians not expecting Nick Swisher to be ready for opener

GOODYEAR, Ariz. - Indians manager Terry Francona said he doesn't expect slugger Nick Swisher to be ready for the team's April 6 season opener at Houston.Swisher underwent surgery on both knees in August and has been slower to recover than expected. Swisher only began running the bases last week and is expected to play in a minor league game on Wednesday.
Plain Dealer Mar 21, 2015

When Nick Swisher returns it will be as an outfielder-DH: Cleveland Indians notes

Nick Swisher is making progress in return from double knee surgery.
Plain Dealer Mar 19, 2015

Nick Swisher won't be "crushed' if he can't open season with Cleveland Indians

Indians Nick Swisher says he's come to grips with the fact that his surgically repaired knees might keep him out of the Tribe's opening day lineup on April 6.

Cleveland Indians OF Nick Swisher progress update; Gavin Floyd undergoes surgery; roster moves

Cleveland Indians outfielder/first baseman Nick Swisher is making progress in his rehab from surgeries on both knees. Swisher ran the bases for the first time this week, a good sign for someone with injuries such as his. Indians manager Terry Francona said it wasn't the last step, but it was a big step for Swisher. Francona raved about the progress of outfielder Brandon Moss and how he was able to decelerate and run the bases. That same kind of ability to decelerate, stop and then go again is what he's looking for with Swisher. Swisher will eventually start to run through live and...
Plain Dealer Mar 17, 2015

Nick Swisher's first trip around bases for Cleveland Indians felt "good, not great"

Nick Swisher ran the bases for the first this spring Tuesday, but he's still fighting the clock in regards to being ready for the season opener April 6.
Plain Dealer Mar 13, 2015

'Mini meltdown' behind him, Nick Swisher still dreaming about joining the Cleveland Indians' lineup on Opening Day

The monotony finally got to Nick Swisher. The man with the endless energy had a "mini meltdown" last week.
Plain Dealer Mar 8, 2015

When will Nick Swisher be ready to play in games for Cleveland Indians?

With Brandon Moss returning to the Indians lineup on Monday, how faraway is Nick Swisher from playing in Cactus League games? Swisher is recovering from double knee surgery in August.
Chronicle-Telegram Mar 7, 2015

Indians: This and that from spring training

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — If you’re a betting man or woman, you might want to consider putting a few ducats on Nick Swisher not being ready for Opening Day. I would put the odds at 5-1 in favor of the injury-plagued former outfielder/first baseman’s name gracing the lineup card April 6 in Houston. Swisher, who had Read More...The post Indians: This and that from spring training 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.
Chronicle-Telegram Mar 5, 2015

Indians Notes: Nick Swisher progressing slowly, but Brandon Moss ahead of schedule

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Manager Terry Francona disputed the notion that Nick Swisher’s progress has slowed. Swisher has been relegated to live batting practice and a structured running and agility program as he attempts to come back from offseason surgery on both knees. “It seems to me that when something is introduced, that the first day Read More...The post Indians Notes: Nick Swisher progressing slowly, but Brandon Moss ahead of schedule appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for...

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