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Topic - Asdrubal Cabrera
The Nationals' sudden need for infield help prompted general manager Mike Rizzo to make a rare deal for a 2-month rental player: Asdrubal Cabrera.
Mike Aviles had a nice sacrifice bunt in the sixth inning that didn't result in any runs. One inning later he swung away with great results.
As if the Cleveland Indians haven't had enough problems on this West Coast trip, All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis strained an abdominal muscle Tuesday night and left the game after grounding into a double play in his second at-bat.
One by one, the Royals went to the plate and came back empty.
Corey Kluber stayed stone-faced, maintaining the same stoic look in the clubhouse that he had for nine innings on the mound.
A successful road trip ended on a down note for the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Cleveland Indians almost wasted a great chance to grab the lead in the seventh inning on Saturday. Then Ryan Raburn came to the plate and did what he usually does against the Chicago White Sox.
Zach McAllister's gem in the first game put the Indians in position for a sweep of Wednesday's doubleheader against the San Diego Padres.
Asdrubal Cabrera and Yan Gomes each hit a three-run homer, Carlos Santana had a solo shot and the Cleveland Indians routed the San Diego Padres 16-4 Friday night at the University of San Diego's Fowler Park.
The Cleveland Indians put All-Star shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday because of a strained right quadriceps, an injury that could sideline him for a month.
Cleveland Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera has been helped off the field at Yankee Stadium after straining his right quadriceps while running to first base on a groundout in the fifth inning.
He'll be back in Bronx, in his ballpark, the place where he's thrilled fans from almost the first day he donned Yankee blue.
Cleveland's All-Star shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, who left Tuesday's game with a sprained right ankle, is in the lineup for the Indians' contest against the New York Yankees.
"This is one of those places, I feel pretty comfortable up there," he said. "I've faced these guys so many times you kind of get a knack for what they're trying to do, but you've still got to put the bat on the ball."
... Indians SS Asdrubal Cabrera, who sat out the second game of a doubleheader Tuesday with a stiff back, said he felt better and was available, but didn't play.