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Morning Rundown: All About Kluber; Pestano's Redemption

Morning Rundown: All About Kluber; Pestano's Redemption

theclevelandfan.com Updated Sep 26, 2012
I'm glad the White Sox only hit three solo home runs and not four. Just saying... September 25th, 2012 Cleveland Indians - 4 Chicago White Sox - 3 W: Corey Kluber (2-4) L: Francisco Liriano (6-12) S: Chris Perez (37) [BOXSCORE] That is why walks will ki
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  • Indians' Jimenez (ankle) out for rest of season

    Indians' Jimenez (ankle) out for rest of season

    ESPN.com Sep 26, 2012
    Cleveland Indians right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez won't pitch again this season because of a sprained right ankle. Jimenez was examined Monday in Cleveland after having some problems in his previous two starts. He was 9-17 with a 5.55 ERA.
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  • Video - Sox Tumble 02:08

    Sox Tumble

    Sep 26
    The slumping White Sox fell out of the AL Central lead for the first time in two months, walking 12 batters and losing to the Indians 6-4.

Sports Columnists

  • NFL - Clayton: 5 things to know about NFL referee deal

    Sep 26
    John Clayton writes about five things to know regarding the NFL referee deal reached late Wednesday.
  • Sources -- Chicago Bulls invite veteran Kyrylo Fesenko to training camp

    Sep 26
    The Chicago Bulls have invited veteran center Kyrylo Fesenko to training camp on a non-guaranteed contract, according to sources close to the situation.
  • Peter King: Deal still not imminent, but Hochuli has refs ready when time …

    Sep 26
    Ed Hochuli is perhaps the most famous of the National Football League's 121 regular officials, and if a new contract with the locked-out officials gets done within the next 24 hours, American football fans will owe him a debt of thanks -- because the pr…
  • Running backs become more important as young quarterbacks take stage

    Sep 26
    NFL running backs are benefiting from the presence of so many young quarterbacks.