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Akron Beacon Journal Jun 25, 2016

Rajai Davis’ game-winning, juggling catch Friday night causes confusion, late score change

DETROIT: Rajai Davis ended Friday night’s game in Detroit with a running, juggling, game-winning catch in center field that resulted in a double play and plenty of confusion for both teams. Ian Kinsler, who was on second at the time Miguel Cabrera sent a rocket of a fly ball to deep right-center field, and Cameron Maybin, who was on first, both ran on contact with one out and kept running after Davis made the catch, thinking he hadn’t. In the confusion, Davis threw the ball in to Jason Kipnis, who threw it home. Davis, knowing he had caught it, was yelling to throw it to first, which...
Plain Dealer Jun 25, 2016

Cleveland Indians' Rajai Davis mulls possibilities; makes improbable catch against Detroit

Miguel Cabrera has made a career out of haunting the Indians and he almost did it again Friday night at Comerica Park. Rajai Davis, however, turned him away with a circus catch in center field in the ninth inning.
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 25, 2016

Steven Matz unravels, but Mets hold on to beat Braves, 8-6 | Rapid reaction

The Mets evened the series with a wild win Friday at Turner Field.
Akron Beacon Journal Jun 25, 2016

Indians 7, Tigers 4: Ryan Lewis’ 16 Walk-Off Thoughts on a winning streak, Rajai Davis' catch, more

Here are 16 Walk-Off Thoughts after the Indians’ 7-4 win against the Detroit Tigers Friday night. 1. The Indians just keep rolling. They hit four triples Friday night—three in a five-run fourth inning against Tigers starter Jordan Zimmermann—to win their seventh straight game overall and improve to 7-0 against the Tigers this season. And with the Royals getting shelled by Houston, the Indians’ lead in the AL Central was increased to four games. 2. The Indians are one of the hottest teams in baseball in the month of June. Just as importantly to many Indians fans, they’re...
Chronicle-Telegram Jun 18, 2016

Indians notes: Rajai Davis not slowing down at age 35

CLEVELAND — Who says speed is a young man’s game? Indians outfielder Rajai Davis, 35, entered Saturday tied for the American League lead with 18 stolen bases. He shared the top spot with Houston second baseman Jose Altuve, who is nine years younger than the journeyman. Davis downplayed the significance of running so well at Read More... The post Indians notes: Rajai Davis not slowing down at age 35 appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.
Plain Dealer Jun 17, 2016

Cleveland Indians veteran outfielder Rajai Davis still burning rubber at 35

Outfielder Rajai Davis came off the Tribe's just completed 10-day trip ranked second in the American League with 17 steals. The Indians overall were second in steals in the AL as well.

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