Edwin Encarnacion RUMORS & NEWS

  • Court dismisses STD lawsuit against Edwin Encarnacion

    Toronto Star "An $11.5-million lawsuit against former Jays slugger Edwin Encarnacion has been thrown out of court after a judge ruled on a jurisdictional issue. Encarnacion, 33, now with the Cleveland Indians, was alleged to have infected Ashley Lebron, a 25-year-old family friend, with two diseases through..." June 03

  • Terry Francona: Encarnacion is 'getting more dangerous'

    MLB.com "The Indians have been waiting for big offseason acquisition Edwin Encarnacion to let his power emerge. Encarnacion broke it out in a big way on Tuesday as he slugged two home runs in Cleveland's 8-7 win over the Reds to help split the two Ohio Cup games at Great American Ball Park. "I think..." May 24

  • Cleveland Indians' Edwin Encarnacion excited about return to Toronto

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Edwin Encarnacion says he’ll be ready for anything when he returns to Toronto on Monday night with the Indians for a three-game series against his old team. “The fans used to like me there, but I don’t know,” said Encarnacion, when asked what kind of reception he’s expecting. “We’ll have to..." May 08

  • Encarnacion looking to maintain 100-RBI streak with Indians

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "At first, Edwin Encarnacion wasn't sure he wanted to talk. It was not a matter of being rude. By nature, Encarnacion is shy. The Cleveland Indians power hitter is trying to quietly fit into his new team. Encarnacion knows he's the most expensive free agent signing in Tribe history. He..." March 22

  • Encarnacion: Blue Jays were ‘too hasty’ with free agent decision

    Sportsnet "For the first time in years Edwin Encarnacion is not in Blue Jays camp for spring training. But the new Cleveland Indians slugger maintains that Toronto was his first choice and says the Blue Jays were “too hasty” during his free agency this past off-season. “Toronto was always my first option,..." February 21

  • Cleveland Indians invite Wily Mo Pena to camp at suggestion of Edwin Encarnacion

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Yes, the Indians have invited Wily Mo Pena to spring training. No, he will not be reporting to big-league camp. Yes, he will be reporting with the organization's minor leaguers. So just why is Pena, 35, a veteran of eight big-league seasons coming to camp at all? Well, it seems the Indians are..." February 03