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Art, scooters, 100% effort and bad baseball: Thursday AM Notes

The tailspin continues. I hope this distracts you.

Brian Kersey


White Sox 3, Indians 2: Poor relief pitching and poor defense waste outstanding start by TJ House - Let's Go Tribe - A late error once again leads to an Indians loss.

Chicago White Sox complete sweep of Cleveland Indians with 3-2 walk-off victory | - PD recap.

Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox - May 28, 2014 | CLE Recap - recap

Tribe Notes

Carlos Santana flies (not drives) home: Quick hits from Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona | - On the concussion DL, Carlos Santana wasn't given permission to drive back to Cleveland from Chicago.

Terry Francona knows a thing or two about concussions: Cleveland Indians chatter | - Indians manager Terry Francona talks about his history with concussions.

Cleveland Indians need Justin Masterson to regain 2013 form to contend this season - Crain's Cleveland Business - If the Indians remain closer to the AL Central basement than its penthouse for the next six or seven weeks, the Tribe could explore trading Masterson before the July 31 deadline.

Cleveland Indians Use Tobii’s Wearable Eye-tracking Technology to Study Ballpark Ad Spaces | Business Wire - The Analysis Division of Tobii Technology, the leader in eye-tracking research solutions, announced today the results of a Tobii Insights project with the Cleveland Indians.

Kipnis hits cleanup in first game off the disabled list | News - You get to bat cleanup! And YOU get to bat cleanup! AND YOU get to bat cleanup! notes.

Akron Ohio News - RubberDucks’ Lavisky enjoys playing close to home - It’s not surprising that a catcher would be most comfortable around home. Akron RubberDucks catcher Alex Lavisky grew up in Lakewood.

Around the Horn

Lissa Bockrath's new art exhibit at Lesko Gallery: "Unbroken" | - Indians President Mark Shapiro's wife has new art exhibit

Rangers acquire infielder Jason Donald from Royals - MLB Daily Dish - Kansas City has dealt the 29-year-old LGFT infielder to Texas.

Victor Martinez just keeps getting better. | : Marc Normandin Article - After a decade of catching and a serious knee injury, most players are barely hanging on to their careers. But not Victor Martinez, merely having the best season of what was already an impressive run.

Dr. James Andrews releases a position paper on the Tommy John surgery epidemic | HardballTalk - Do not always pitch with 100% effort!

Hunter Pence’s stolen scooter has been returned | HardballTalkHunter Pence's stolen scooter was returned to AT&T Park by a group of people on Wednesday afternoon during the Giants' game against the visiting Cubs.