Morning news and notes for Friday, October 18, 2019
by: Matt Lyons — SB Nation: Let's Go Tribe! 12h
Ankles are pretty important to a catcher, and Roberto’s are all fixed up
by: Jeff Schudel JSchudel@News-Herald.com @JSProInsider on Twitter — The Morning Journal 13h
Catcher Roberto Perez underwent surgery Oct. 17 to remove bone spurs from his right ankle, the Indians announced.
by: Ryan Lewis — Akron Beacon Journal 15h
It was known Indians catcher Roberto Perez played much of the 2019 season "banged up," as he and others termed it. It was enough that Perez required surgery on Thursday.Perez underwent an arthroscopic surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle,
by: N/A — MLB: Indians 16h
When Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti and general manager Mike Chernoff sat down to address the media at the end of the Indians’ season, they ran down a list of their injured players, explaining how their offseasons would go....
by: AP — Fox Sports 16h
Indians catcher Roberto Pérez had surgery to remove bone spurs in his right ankle, expected to be fully recovered in time for spring training
by: Author: Ben Axelrod Published: 2:35 PM EDT October 17, 2019 Updated: 2:35 PM EDT October 17, 2019 — WKYC Cleveland 17h
The Cleveland Indians announced on Thursday that catcher Roberto Perez underwent ankle surgery to remove bone spurs in his ankle.
Cleveland Indians’ Roberto Perez has bone spurs removed from ankle, expected to be ready for spring training - cleveland.com
by: Joe Noga | email@example.com — Cleveland.com 17h
Perez posted career-high numbers at the plate in 2019 despite hobbling through the second half of the season on a sore ankle.
by: Steven Kubitza — Fansided: Believeland Ball 18h
The Cleveland Indians got some great players in exchange for Yan Gomes while the catcher gets to return to the biggest stage of all. The Cleveland Indians ...