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Nick Hagadone And Recapturing The Magic

The Brewers have brought in a boatload of starting pitching reinforcement as of late. Adrian Houser and Josh Hader came over in the Carlos Gomez trade; Zach Davies arrived in exchange for Gerardo Parra; and Jean Segura helped them acquire Chase Anderson. At the same time, the bullpen hasn’t really received many upgrades, probably because it performed so well in 2015. Will Smith...
Via BP Milwaukee
March 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Burning River Infirmary: Nick Hagadone Would Rather Have a Bad Back

The All-Star break was not quite over when the Indians received devastating news: Lefty Nick Hagadone will be done for the season after breaking a bone in his elbow in a rehab appearance with Mahoning Valley on Wednesday (7/15). This was not a typical pitching elbow injury, although there was another recent example as Gavin Floyd had the same issue. Officially, it was a fracture...
Via Burning River Baseball
July 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians' Hagadone leaves rehab outing early with elbow pain

Indians reliever Nick Hagadone left Wednesday night's minor-league rehab appearance early due to discomfort in his pitching elbow, according to MLB.com. Hagadone, who is working his way back from a lower back strain, was pitching in his first rehab game for Class-A Mahoning Valley when he felt the discomfort after recording only one out. The Indians are expected to give an update...
Via Fox Sports
July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

The Curious Case of Nick Hagadone

Nick Hagadone is a puzzling pitcher. Just this week alone, he has been the target of ridicule with little regard for his success after spoiling the Indians’ first chance at pitching a collective no-hitter since Len Barker’s perfect game in 1981. However, after giving up a home run to Jed Lowrie during Thursday’s game against the Astros, Hagadone then struck out the next two...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
April 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Hagadone Controls His Own Success in Tribe Bullpen

It’s been a bumpy road at times for Nick Hagadone, but as 2015 is less than two weeks from Opening Day, it appears he has finally arrived for the Cleveland Indians. Hagadone, acquired in 2009 with Bryan Price and Justin Masterson, for Victor Martinez, has been on the cusp of assuming a role in the Tribe’s bullpen since 2012. However, control and concentration issues have hindered...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
March 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Tribe News: Hagadone down, Crockett back up

After coming up and pitching well in his first two appearances, left-handed reliever Nick Hagadone looked like he had finally turned the corner on his up and down career as an Indian. Instead, three straight outings where he recorded just one out while giving up three hits and two walks. Last night’s appearance was the final straw for Hagadone as he came on to face two left-handed...
Via Waiting For Next Year
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Hagadone helps lift Indians to fifth straight win

CLEVELAND -- Nick Hagadone was brought up from Columbus on Monday because he hadn't allowed an earned run in his last seven outings and his success against left-handed hitters, which Boston is loaded with. In his first appearance of the season on Tuesday, Terry Francona put Hagadone in a tough situation -- tie game, one out in the seventh and runners on first and second. But the...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Indians keep the Columbus-Cleveland shuttle running, bring back Hagadone

The 143 miles between Progressive Field and Huntington Park in Columbus is a straight shot down 71. The Indians might as well have a shuttle service the way things have been going. Today it was Nick Hagadone’s turn to catch a ride north, and Mark Lowe took the trip south as the Tribe recalled the left-handed reliever. Hagadone was called up on May 3rd, but did not appear in a game...
Via Waiting For Next Year
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Focus and Consistency are Key for Hagadone to Appear in Cleveland

The Cleveland Indians open the 2014 season with new expectations despite many questions. The Indians’ 25-man roster will look different than the group that won 92 games and lost the American League Wild Card game to the Tampa Bay Rays. While the roster may change and the expectations grow, Cleveland will need answer many questions this spring before opening the season in Oakland...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Hagadone gets service time under settlement

Cleveland pitcher Nick Hagadone will receive an additional 94 days of major league service time and the Indians will have the right to option him to the minor leagues this season under a grievance settlement between Major League Baseball and the players' association. The left-hander broke his left forearm following a poor relief outing against Tampa Bay on July 6, 2012. The Indians...
Via Associated Press
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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