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Wakeup Call: 'Roll Tribe!' is the new rallying cry
in the X Games. (AP) BASEBALL It's just a lovefest between the Indians and their newest outfielder, Ohio native Nick Swisher . . . who may have coined a new rallying cry ("Roll Tribe!") at his introductory press conference. (AP) Need
Weekend Sports In Brief
AP) The Indians' pitch to bring Nick Swisher ``home'' worked. Two people familiar with the negotiations said Swisher has agreed to a $56 million, four ..... condition of anonymity Sunday because Swisher must take a physical before the
Nick Swisher signs four-year contract with Indians
As first reported by the New York Daily News, the Indians have signed free-agent outfielder Nick Swisher to a four-year contract worth 56 million. Its only pending a physical exam.
Merloni: Is Napoli health long- or short-term concern?
candidate to play first base if something were to happen to Napoli. The Sox do still have some options at first base with Nick Swisher and Adam LaRoche both on the market, but both players would require the Sox to give up a draft pick - something they
Should the Red Sox move on from Napoli?
s hip that has become an issue for the Red Sox, and it's holding up a deal. Meanwhile, other first basemen like Nick Swisher and Adam LaRoche are still on the market, and if Napoli has a hip issue, he most likely won't catch as much as was
Report: Napoli contract holdup is hip problem
and the Red Sox are trying to rework his contract. There are still other first base free agents available, including Nick Swisher and Adam LaRoche, should the Red Sox and Napoli call the negotiations off. More to come as the story unfolds . . .
Wakeup Call: Even Tebow's bailing on the Jets
team formerly known as the Devil Rays sign the pitcher formerly known as Fausto Carmona. (AP) The Indians tug at Nick Swisher 's Ohio State past in an attempt to lure him to Cleveland. (AP) The Rangers -- reeling from the losses of Josh
Red Sox, Napoli still not official; Swisher meets with Indians
themselves from what was thought to be a hipquad issue, with Nick Swisher being a Plan B. However, Nick Camino of WTAM 1100 in ..... Cleveland reported Monday afternoon (also via Twitter) that Swisher would visit Cleveland Monday night to have dinner with
Wakeup Call: 'Niners may have erased last vestige of replacement refs
Better bring along his attorney, as well. (AP) Cleveland seems like a pretty small stage for the experience that is Nick Swisher , but whatever. (Hardball Talk) COLLEGE BASKETBALL Ooh, the NCAA's not going to like this: The breakup of the
Geography, taxes, octopus and other things that don’t matter in free agency
A commenter this morning said that the Cleveland Indians make sense for Nick Swisher because he’s from Ohio. I love that stuff. Swisher was born in Columbus and lived here as a kid and then moved to his father’s hometown