Is Bochy right to pick Vogelsong over Bumgarner as Game 4 starter?
So should Bruce Bochy roll with Ryan Vogelsong or go to Madison Bumgarner to get the win in Game 4? Gabe Kapler, Nick Swisher and Frank Thomas discuss. share 0 Tweet 0 0 MORE FOX SPORTS LIVE VIDEOS Ryan Vogelsong or Madison Bumgarner, Who Should
Swisher, Francona say Jeter's storybook ending was fitting
CLEVELAND -- Nick Swisher and Terry Francona both agreed that when it came to Derek Jeter's last at-bat in Yankee Stadium on Thursday night, there was
Madison Bumgarner's World Series Dominance
Series Dominance OCT 22, 12:42 am On the scene of the Fall Classic in Kansas City, Gabe Kapler, Frank Thomas, Nick Swisher and David Ortiz put Madison Bumgarner's postseason brilliance in perspective. Plus, the guys look ahead to Game
Swisher leads Indians to walk-off win
Hear from Nick Swisher after Thursday's win.
Indians shut out White Sox
Nick Swisher reacts after the Indians' 2-0 win over the White Sox.
Indians top Red Sox in 11th
Nick Swisher reacts to the Indians' late win over the Red Sox.
Going inside Michael Brantley's dramatic, MVP-like improvement
upside. Some of the Indians' players, meanwhile, had a different take. For example, let's consider the words of Nick Swisher : "We all said when that deal came out that that was a bargain for us." Point: Swisher. Not that the Indians mind
Bailey shrugs off line drive, Indians as Reds win third in a row
but to no avail. Frazier turned a 3-6 double play against David Murphy, the second batter of the game, and both Nick Swisher and Ramirez had line drives caught for outs in the second inning. After giving up a two-out double to Michael Brantley
Changes in store for Tribe's starting rotation
couple weeks. THE OUTFIELD: In a season in which he has struggled with both injuries and production at the plate, Nick Swisher realizes that he has to do anything that is asked. That is why on Wednesday he was in his fourth different position
Kristopher Negron drove in two runs. Bruce is 7 for 15 in his last three games after a 4-for-44 slump. Cleveland's Nick Swisher , the second-worst batter among qualifying AL players at .212, has missed the last two games with a strained right