Indians' Ryan Raburn to rest sore knee after scary crash with wall
PEORIA, Ariz. -- Cleveland Indians right fielder Ryan Raburn wore a cloth wrap on his bruised and sore left knee. His right hand was also bruised, his top lip cut inside. But he remained jovial Saturday morning after running into the wall at Cubs Park on Friday afternoon. "They were worried about my head, there's not much up there it could hurt," Raburn said. He remained at the Tribe's training complex while the Indians (8-1-1) traveled to Peoria Stadium, where they played 10 innings and tied the San Diego Padres 4-4. Raburn is expected to miss two days after the scary collision. Manager Terry Francona said Raburn is unlikely to play today against the Milwaukee Brewers in Goodyear. ...