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Topic - Jason Kipnis
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.
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.
Pitching for the San Diego Padres isn't easy these days.
San Diego manager Bud Black was finally able to smile after a long, cold day at the ballpark.
Only hours before this season's home opener, the Indians guaranteed Jason Kipnis will be around for more than a few more.
Michael Brantley and Jason Kipnis drove in two runs apiece to send the Cleveland Indians to their 18th win of the spring, 10-2 over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday.
Jason Kipnis didn't want it to end. He had plenty of company.
An 8-year-old Cleveland Indians fan with cerebral palsy had a wish straight out of Hollywood: He asked two of his favorite players to hit home runs.
Two pitches after his foul popup fell between Nick Swisher and second baseman Jason Kipnis, Rendon homered into the Nationals' bullpen off Vinnie Pestano (1-2) to stun the Indians and the crowd of 33,307.
Starting second baseman Jason Kipnis and veterans Lou Marson and Shelley Duncan are among 12 players signed to one-year contracts for 2012 by the Cleveland Indians on Friday.
Rookie second baseman Jason Kipnis has been activated by the Cleveland Indians, who announced Tuesday that right-hander Carlos Carrasco will have reconstructive elbow surgery.
Rookie second baseman Jason Kipnis is coming off the Cleveland Indians' disabled list.
Second baseman Jason Kipnis on Friday will make his debut with the Cleveland Indians.
"Great to see you," Kipnis told Cleveland's respected designated hitter.
Homeplate umpire Lance Barrett talks to Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis after Kipnis argues his ejection after striking out during the third inning of a baseball game against the Detroit Tigers in Detroit, Thursday, April 17, 2014.