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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jason Kipnis
Mike Aviles has built a reputation as a solid player off the bench. He's not doing a bad job being in the lineup every day either.
The Cleveland Indians have activated All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis from the 15-day disabled list after he was sidelined by a strained muscle in his right side.
After going through a rocky April, the Cleveland Indians got more bad news before even playing a game in May.
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.
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis has left Cleveland's game against the Los Angeles Angels because of an abdominal strain on his right side.
Zach McAllister was in complete control for four innings on Saturday. Then everything fell apart.
The Royals flexed, then fizzled.
With seven games still left this month, Jason Kipnis has already surpassed his statistics from last April.
The Royals lost a coach during batting practice. Then a squirrel ran onto the field.
The squirrel was fearless.
Sergio Santos wasn't as wild. He was just as worrisome.
Cleveland second baseman Jason Kipnis was ejected from Thursday's game against the Detroit Tigers after striking out in the third inning.
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.
San Diego manager Bud Black was finally able to smile after a long, cold day at the ballpark.
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.
He said after the game he might have to go on the DL. ... White Sox LHP Chris Sale (left flexor strain) played catch before the game, but will not be activated off the 15-day disabled list when he becomes eligible Saturday.
"It's not one of those ones you can play through," Kipnis said. "You have to let it fully recover because if you push it and re-injure it, you're right back at step one."