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Cleveland Indians center fielder Grady Sizemore had arthroscopic surgery on his left elbow Wednesday, the first of two operations he needed.
Cleveland center fielder Grady Sizemore needs surgeries on his left elbow and left side and will not play again this season. The team said Friday the elbow surgery will be an arthroscopic procedure designed to eliminate his constant pain and the second is for an unstable abdominal wall. The elbow surgery will be performed next week at Cleveland Clinic by Dr.
Placido Polanco, Carlos Guillen and Brandon Inge each homered Tuesday to lead the Detroit Tigers to an 8-5 victory over the Cleveland Indians. Polanco and Guillen hit back-to-back homers in the first inning and Inge later added a two-run homer.
Kelly Shoppach, Luis Valbuena and Grady Sizemore homered in a six-run sixth inning Sunday and Cleveland went on to down the plunging Minnesota Twins 7-4.
Shin-Soo Choo and Grady Sizemore touched off a 13-hit attack with early solo homers Saturday as Cleveland halted a three-game skid by downing Minnesota 7-3. Minnesota was unable to build on a two-hit shutout thrown by Scott Baker Friday.
Aaron Laffey allowed just one unearned run in the longest outing of his career Wednesday, boosting the Cleveland Indians to an 8-1 victory over Minnesota. Laffey (5-3), who is in his third major league season, and was making his 34th career start, went eight innings while giving up six hits.
Grady Sizemore and Asdrubal Cabrera hit two-run homers Sunday, keying Cleveland's 11-1 rout of the Detroit Tigers. Sizemore's homer, his 15th, gave Cleveland a 6-0 lead with two outs in the bottom of the sixth. Cabrera, who had three of Cleveland's 13 hits, clubbed his fifth with two outs in the sixth. Trevor
Jhonny Peralta hit a grand slam Sunday in a 16-hit Cleveland Indians attack that blitzed the Seattle Mariners 12-3. Travis Hafner, Ben Francisco and Grady Sizemore also homered for the Indians, who swept a three-game series and have won four straight overall. Cleveland whacked 11 homers in the series,
Cliff Lee threw his second complete game of the year Thursday, allowing a solo homer among nine hits in bringing Cleveland a 4-1 victory over Seattle. Lee (5-9) is in his eighth major league season, all of them spent with the Indians, and he has nine complete games to his credit.
Clete Thomas knocked in a career-high five runs Sunday, fueling Detroit's 10-1 rout of Cleveland. Thomas hit an RBI triple in the second, a three-run homer in the fourth and an RBI single in the fifth. All-Star Brandon Inge hit two homers -- a solo shot in the fourth and a two-run blast in the fifth. Marcus