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Hot in Cleveland: Indians sell out home opener in six minutes, …

Hot in Cleveland: Indians sell out home opener in six minutes, start spring 5-0

yahoo.com Updated Feb 25, 2013
The Cleveland Indians had the second lowest attendance in baseball in 2012 - an average of 19,797 per game. For some perspective: That's less than half of the attendance leading Philadelphia Phillies, who averaged 44,021 per game. In Cleveland, it's not
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  • Indians' Brantley spiked, gets stitches in arm

    Indians' Brantley spiked, gets stitches in arm

    ESPN.com Feb 25, 2013
    Cleveland left fielder Michael Brantley needed stitches in his left forearm after being spiked Monday during the Indians' 14-10 win over the Oakland Athletics.
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  • Indians optimistic Jimenez will return to form

    Indians optimistic Jimenez will return to form

    MLB.com Feb 25, 2013
    Ubaldo Jimenez searched for answers to his past struggles and Cleveland is hoping these weeks of Spring Training can provide sufficient time for finding a potential solution.
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Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NFL combine -- Slow 40 by Manti Te'o has a real impact

    Feb 25
    Manti Te'o's slow 40 time will hurt his draft stock more than the fake girlfriend episode, writes John Clayton.
  • Peter King:Tom Brady, New England Patriots agree on three-year extension

    Feb 25
    Tom Brady took a huge step today to ensure he'll retire a Patriot, agreeing to a three-year contract extension that will keep him under center for New England through the 2017 season, when he will be 40 years old.
  • Peter King: Meet the strangers that top this year's draft; more from combi…

    Feb 25
    INDIANAPOLIS -- The first round of the 2013 NFL Draft is two months from tonight, and consider these questions the first ones on the test in this year's Draftology 101 class.
  • Clayton's mailbag: Franchised TEs a bargain -- for now

    Feb 25
    Franchised tight ends are currently a bargain, but things could soon change. Plus, answers to reader questions.