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Daily Link Dump 7/25/14

Links before three games in Texas. How about yet another injury for Texas? This is unreal. Dan Uggla is back in the major leagues, and he'll make his San Francisco debut tonight. Here's a touching moment between a young Rangers fan and his booger. Tonight's NERD scores consider the A's to be playing a moderately exciting game. Ryan Raburn made an absolutely hideous throw last night, so check out other lawn darts in recent memory. Alex Skillin looks at expectations for top prospects. Oakland's starting lineup is 36-for-90 (.400) against Jerome Williams. — Jane Lee (@JaneMLB) July 25,...
Plain Dealer Jul 25, 2014

Ryan Raburn's spike throw ranks amongst MLB's greatest bloopers

Ryan Raburn made one of the biggest blunders in the last decade, placing himself alongside Manny Ramirez, Milton Bradley, Jose Canseco and Matt Holliday.
Plain Dealer Jul 25, 2014

Ryan Raburn's bizarre outfield adventure costs Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians

Kluber's excited face bears resemblance to his disappointed face. This, however, was different. This was Kluber -- authoring the best pitching performance of the Indians' season, executing above and beyond the call of duty to elevate his team to its desired second-half level -- unhinged.
Columbus Dispatch Jul 25, 2014

Royals 2, Indians 1 (14): Late-night letdown

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Corey Kluber flirted with flawlessness before he was forced to the footnotes. For that, he has Ryan Raburn and an inept offensive backing to blame.
Plain Dealer Jul 25, 2014

Cleveland Indians fall to Kansas City Royals, 2-1, despite near-perfection from Corey Kluber

Corey Kluber flirted with flawlessness before he was forced to the footnotes. For that, he has Ryan Raburn and an inept offensive backing to thank.
Plain Dealer Jul 1, 2014

Ryan Raburn waiting for hot streak: Cleveland Indians notebook

Ryan Raburn, a pleasant surprise for the Indians last year, has struggled at the plate this season.
Akron Beacon Journal Jun 29, 2014

Indians notebook: Diving catch leaves Ryan Raburn with ‘whiplash’

SEATTLE: Indians right fielder Ryan Raburn said he was still experiencing “a little whiplash and stuff” after his diving catch in the second inning Saturday night robbed the Mariners’ Kyle Seager of a double.In the clubhouse Sunday morning, Raburn looked groggy and said he still had a headache that got progressively worse during Saturday’s game. Asked if he had a concussion, Raburn said: “Naw, I don’t think so. It’s not something that hasn’t happened before. I’ve got a little headache. I’ve done worse.”Raburn was held out of the lineup in Sunday’s finale of the...
KFFL Jun 29, 2014

Indians | Ryan Raburn injured

Cleveland Indians OF Ryan Raburn (head, neck) was dealing with neck stiffness and a headache ...
Plain Dealer Jun 29, 2014
Ryan Raburn has headache, whiplash after diving catch: Cleveland Indians chatter

Ryan Raburn has headache, whiplash after diving catch: Cleveland Indians chatter

Ryan Raburn paid the price for his diving catch in right field Saturday night.

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