Ryan Raburn

Cleveland Indians #9 - Right Field

  • Born: 04/17/81
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
2014 Indians 59 164 14 33 6 0 2 18 11 44 0 0 .201 .247 .274

Indians acquire Chris Dickerson


The Indians hope to bolster their outfield with the addition of the 32-year-old Dickerson.

David Murphy is bad and other options are worse

Cleveland Indians right fielder David Murphy started the season well, but has been mired in a spectacular slump for over a month now.

David Murphy: Unexpected hero

Very few Indians fans expected great things from the acquisition of David Murphy, but the right-fielder has quickly established himself as an important part of the lineup and one of the Tribe's top...

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Let's Go Tribe

We asked Jason Lukehart of Let's Go Tribe a few questions about the Indians before tonight's series opener at Comerica Park.

Indians fans apologize to David Murphy

Indians right fielder David Murphy was criticized by fans for most of his first two weeks with the team, but on Saturday he finally one over many of his detractors.

Indians sign catcher George Kottaras

The Cleveland Indians have signed catcher George Kottaras, a move which would seem to have implications for the Major League roster.

2014 preview and predictions: Ryan Raburn

The 2013 Indians team had a lot of pleasant surprises but Ryan Raburn might have been the biggest of them all. What can we expect from the 32 year-old slugger in 2014?

Friday news & links: It's all about depth


Scott Kazmir-type signings add critical depth to the Tribe roster, but the success of the team depends in large part on the contributions of those role players.


Antonetti: Murphy, Raburn, Stubbs could make team

The Indians' GM sees room for all three outfielders on the 2014 roster.

Indians 2013 MVP #6: Ryan Raburn

The regular (but not quite regular) fixture in the 2013 lineup.

Francona a finalist for AL Manager of the Year

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona is one of three finalists for the BBWAA's AMerican League Manager of the Year Award.

How Much Does a Win Really Cost?


It is commonly accepted that a win costs around $5 million on the free agent market. That's wrong. A win really costs around $7 million.

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