CLEVELAND, OH - MAY 20: Brendan Ryan #26 of the Seattle Mariners and Nick Swisher #33 of the Cleveland Indians greet each other on second base during the third inning at Progressive Field on May 20, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio.
That’s where Nick Swisher was such a benefit, too, because you could swing him from right field to first base any time you needed to. He was a multiple-position guy. And he was a plus defender at first. But that’s Cleveland’s asset now, not ours.
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Nick Swisher has no hard feelings toward Yankees
Ariz. -- Nick Swisher, as you might expect, is still smiling. And with Chief Wahoo now on his chest, the whole grinning effect is doubly amped up, like one trying to outdo the other.The edge, of course, goes to Swisher. Is it possible that he could be even Read more »
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Indians top Mariners, Felix Hernandez to improve to 7-1 against former Cy Young Award winners
The Indians are taking pride in knocking off trophy-winning pitchers. We just take it as a challenge, Indians first baseman Nick Swisher said. Weve got that scrappy-type and gritty-type of team. It may not always be pretty, man, but somehow were going to find from Port Clinton News Herald Read more »
Jason Kipnis’ walk-off homer beats Seattle Mariners
PRESS Indians’ Jason Giambi watches his sacrifice fly to drive in Nick Swisher in the second inning against the Mariners on Friday in Cleveland. ASSOCIATED PRESS Indians’ Drew Stubbs jogs home after hitting a solo home run off Mariners starting pitcher Brandon from The Morning Journal Read more »
Ruminations on Jeff Keppinger's first walk
division's three other hopefuls have benefited from hot starts by their significant outside acquisitions. For the Indians, Nick Swisher is having a Nick Swisher season, and Mark Reynolds is blowing the doors off his early projections. Torii Hunter did the from South Side Sox :: A Chicago White Sox Blog Read more »
Playing for hometown club becomes hot trend
says you can't go home? Nick Swisher did. Same goes for Jason Bay, Denard Span, C.J. Wilson and Lance Berkman. It even extends to the managerial ranks in Houston, where Bo Porter now guides his hometown Astros. There comes a time in a baseball veteran's career from MLB.com Read more »
Cleveland Indians are all in for 2013 (Speaking 0f Sports)
PRESS Indians manager Terry Francona, left, congratulates Nick Swisher after beating the Tigers 7-6 in a baseball game in Detroit, Saturday. Cleveland won 7-6. In case you hadn’t noticed, the Indians are going for it in 2013. The latest indication: the demotion from The Morning Journal Read more »