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Cleveland Indians agree that Yan Gomes was injured on a clean play

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Get better soon Yan!

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A rough weekend for the Indians finished with a 8-5 loss Sunday to the Tigers.  T.J. House struggled and Miguel Cabrera hit like Miguel Cabrera.

Recaps

LGT | Choo

Cleveland.com | Hoynes

Indians.com | Beck, Bastian

Tribe News

Gomes out 6 to 8 weeks | Indians.com

An MRI exam showed Gomes sustained an MCL sprain and will likely miss up to two months.  Tigers outfielder Rajai Davis slid into Gomes' foot in Saturday's game in a close play at the plate, causing the injury.

Terry Francona:  Gomes injury part of the game | Indians.com

While it was extremely unfortunate, Francona and Sandy Alomar Jr. both agree that it was a clean play.

Michael Brantley still dealing with back stiffness | Indians.com

Brantley did not play Saturday or Sunday, but Terry Francona and the Tribe's brass say a trip to the disabled list has not yet been seriously considered.

Shaun Marcum's long journey | Cleveland.com

It's been quite a journey for Marcum.  He was scheduled to start for the Columbus Clippers on Sunday, but instead hustled to Cleveland and helped the Indians get through a tough Sunday.

Bradley Zimmer with strong performance in Lynchburg's loss | News-Herald

High-A Lynchburg lost 5-0 Sunday, but outfielder and Grady Sizemore comp, Bradley Zimmer, reached base twice and stole two bases.  Minor league affliates Columbus and Akron also lost.

MLB News

John Axford taking time to tend to son bitten by rattlesnake | espn.com

LGFT John Axford has been placed on the family medical emergency list.  His two year old son, Jameson, was bitten twice in last week in Arizona and had surgery to remove necrotic tissue.  Here's hoping for a speedy recovery.

Carlos Rodon dominates in first AAA start | South Side Sox

Get ready to see a lot of this hard-throwing lefty in the near future, as the White Sox likely won't keep him in the minors long.  In his first AAA start, Rodon struck out nine over five innings, allowing one earned run on just two hits.  Here's a particularly filthy slider:

San Jose and MLB expansion | Hardball Times

Using some fancy census stats, Chris Mitchell comes up with a list of cities who could support an MLB franchise.  San Jose and Las Vegas (hmmmmmm) are the top two.