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Topic - Michael Brantley
As the errors keep piling up for the Indians, so do the injuries.
The Detroit Tigers walked sleepily into Progressive Field just a few hours before the game wearing pajama-like outfits. By the end of a long day, they were beaten and ready for bed.
Once he discarded his bat, rounded the bases and tossed his helmet, Michael Brantley was doused with water by his celebrating teammates.
Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley left Wednesday night's game against the Toronto Blue Jays in the fifth inning with a sore back.
After a difficult April, the Cleveland Indians are starting to play a bit better.
The Cleveland Indians made their first visit this season to Angel Stadium and found an old friend in the closer's role for the other team - Joe Smith.
The Royals flexed, then fizzled.
The Royals lost a coach during batting practice. Then a squirrel ran onto the field.
The squirrel was fearless.
Yan Gomes took the blame. For the Indians, there was plenty to go around.
Danny Salazar walked the leadoff man in the fifth inning - then let that small mistake turn into a much bigger problem.
Ian Kinsler's first few weeks with Detroit have been just what the Tigers were hoping for.
As much as Scott Kazmir won over Oakland fans with his dazzling debut, new Athletics closer Jim Johnson is losing them with another ninth-inning meltdown.
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.
Jordan Pacheco hit a two-run homer and Paul Janish capped a five-run sixth inning with a two-run double, leading a Colorado Rockies' split-squad to a 14-6 rout of the Cleveland Indians on Saturday.
"It's difficult, but at the same time you have to be mentally tough," outfielder Michael Brantley said. "We know what we're getting into coming to Cleveland, especially in the beginning part of the year. We layer up and stay as warm as possible."
"He will be back."