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MLB: Cleveland Indians News & Notes 6/19/13 - Baby Pix Edition

Nick Swisher and wife JoAnna Garcia have released a baby picture, Perez pummelled in Akron, and the dangers of improperly executing the high five

Run, Ryan Raburn, run!
Run, Ryan Raburn, run!

JoAnna Garcia, Nick Swisher Baby Photo: Couple Introduce Baby Daughter - In case you forgot that Nick and his wife are celebrities. You know you want to see her. She does appear to be quite adorable.

Cleveland Indians' minor-league report: Chris Perez shelled in Akron assignment | A Friday activation date might have been optimistic.

Cleveland Indians rally to 4-3 victory over KC with 3 runs in the eighth inning | Recap from the Cleveland paper of record

Shane Brady, Tribe's fifth-round pick, takes in BP: Cleveland Indians Chatter | Hoynsie's notes

Texas Rangers place Jeff Baker on DL with High Five thumb injury | Texas Rangers Blog: Celebrate carefully, friends.

GoLocalProv | High School Sports | Rhode Island’s Pannone Signs With Cleveland Indians: Cranston native and former Hendricken First Team All-State selection Thomas Pannone has signed a professional contract with the Cleveland Indians.

Cleveland Indians fans try to win cash on's "Bucks on the Pond" | News: Longtime Indians fans Stephanie Jeffirs and Meredith Schuette were the latest contestants attempting to win cash in the latest edition of "Bucks on the Pond."

Green graduate David Lough of Royals living out MLB dream with family in attendance - Top Stories - Ohio: Green, for those not familiar with NEO, is between Akron and Canton.

Top draft pick Clint Frazier finds it tough to say goodbye to parents but thrilled to start as pro with Cleveland Indians - Top Stories - Ohio: Just in case you forgot that these draft picks are still kids.

Francona likes catcher Santana's athleticism | News: Terry Francona defends his catcher after Monday's miscue Coliseum had a sewage leak. Time to move? | : Gwen Knapp Article: A plumbing failure in the Coliseum recently created havoc in the Oakland A's clubhouse. But it couldn't compare to the political mess behind the effort to find the A's a new home. That cleanup will require a lot more than sump pumps and new carpeting.