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Akron Beacon Journal Jan 31, 2016

Indians turn ‘thorn in our side’ Rajai Davis into hopeful speedster contributor

For the last two years, Rajai Davis was often the guy who set up the guy who routinely killed Indians pitching. Davis, playing for Detroit, always seemed to be on base prior to Miguel Cabrera walking up to bat, which has normally meant destruction was soon to follow. In 11 games against the Indians last season, Davis hit .381 with three triples and six stolen bases. He got on base in nearly half his at-bats (.480 OBP) and came around to score more than half the time (24 times on, 13 runs scored). Now, he’s switched sides and joined the Indians. He greeted fans at Tribe Fest on Saturday....
Plain Dealer Jan 30, 2016

If you can beat 'em, join 'em: Rajai Davis hoping trends reverse when it comes to Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers

The Indians own a 19-37 record against the Detroit Tigers over the last three years. Rajai Davis played in the Motor City each of the last two seasons, during which the Tigers have amassed a 22-15 mark against the Tribe. If you can beat 'em, join 'em. Or something like that.
Plain Dealer Jan 25, 2016
Who will be in opening day outfield for Cleveland Indians? Hey, Hoynsie

Who will be in opening day outfield for Cleveland Indians? Hey, Hoynsie

What are the chances that Carlos Santana, Rajai Davis and Lonnie Chisenhall are Indians starting outfield when they open the regular season April 4 against David Price and the Red Sox at Progressive Field?

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Indians Player News

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    Francisco Lindor

    Are expectations too high for Francisco Lindor?

  • Michael Brantley

    Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley "excited" about his progress from shoulder surgery

  • Josh Tomlin

    Josh Tomlin staying around: Right-hander says loyalty’s a big reason why he agreed to new $5.5 million, two-year contract

  • Lonnie Chisenhall

    Who will be in opening day outfield for Cleveland Indians? Hey, Hoynsie

  • Rajai Davis

    Indians turn ‘thorn in our side’ Rajai Davis into hopeful speedster contributor

  • Bryan Shaw

    Pitcher Bryan Shaw avoids arbitration by signing one-year deal with Cleveland Indians

  • Corey Kluber

    Cleveland Indians present Tribe Fest on Saturday at Aloft Downtown Cleveland

  • Cody Allen

    Closer Cody Allen signs with Cleveland Indians and avoids arbitration

  • Zach McAllister

    Cleveland Indians, reliever Bryan Shaw avoid arbitration, agree on contract for 2016 season

  • Jason Kipnis

    Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis enjoyed an offseason that didn't include surgery, food poisoning or jury duty