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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Jason Giambi
Hector Noesi made the request and eventually got the result he wanted from Moises Sierra.
The Cleveland Indians got an encouraging start from rookie T.J. House. It still wasn't enough to avoid the sweep.
T.J. House waited his entire life to start a game in the big leagues. When his chance finally arrived, the Cleveland Indians rookie had the misfortune of going up against one of the hottest-hitting teams in the major leagues.
Jason Giambi has never taken a single day as a major leaguer for granted.
Jason Giambi is back on the disabled list. He could soon have familiar company.
The Indians have placed designated hitter Jason Giambi on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right calf muscle.
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.
The Indians, as expected, have activated designated hitter Jason Giambi from the disabled list.
Jason Giambi pulled the red-and-blue block "C'' cap off the hook in his locker, slipped it on and worked the bill, bending it to his exacting standards.
On his way out to the field for pregame batting practice, Jason Kipnis hung a hard right in the Indians' clubhouse to give Jason Giambi a big hug.
Cleveland's Jason Giambi will be sidelined for about three-to-four weeks with a broken rib in his right side.
The relationship between Jason Giambi and Terry Francona started with a joke between them.
Jason Giambi's days as a masher are mainly behind him. His muscular, tattooed arms are as carved as ever, but the hair around his temples is dusted gray. In the late innings of his career, he's a mentor.
As the Bounty Scandal winds down in the NFL, I find myself thinking more and more about Jason Giambi. It was Giambi who, in the aftermath of baseball's PED feeding frenzy, owned up to what he'd done. It was he who said, "I was wrong for using that stuff. What we should have done a long time ago was stand up -- players, ownership everybody -- and said, 'We made a mistake.'"
If you thought the 2011 season seemed like a throwback, you were right.
"Everything was working pretty much," he said. "I was able to throw all my pitches in the zone, expand when I needed to."
"I've been taking some good at-bats," Giambi said. "I just wanted to try to put a ball in play there to get us a run. We had a runner on third, less than two outs, and just kind of keep the train moving. I just kind of got it up in the air a little bit and it went out of the ballpark."