Bourn says surgically repaired L hamstring 100 percent. No limitation, but Tribe may hold him out Cactus Lg opener. Bourn wants to play.
Indians announce Michael Bourn had "minor" hamstring surgery. Will be able to begin normal offseason program in 4-6 weeks
Bourn left game with tight left calf. Said he'll be OK for Wednesday. #Indians.
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Michael Bourn's long wait is over. The Indians' center fielder, sidelined since April 15 because of a lacerated right index finger, was activated from the disabled list after Thursday's game. Lefty Scott Barnes returned to Class AAA Columbus. Bourn is expected to start Friday against the..." May 10
Michael Bourn to be activated tomorrow. Scott Barnes sent back to Triple-A. #Indians
Sporting News "The Indians activated starting center fielder Michael Bourn from the 15-day disabled list after sweeping a four-game series from Oakland. Bourn had been sidelined since slicing open his right index finger while diving into first base on April 14. He was eligible to return on April 30, but the..." May 09
OF Michael Bourn (right hand) is slated to begin a Minor League rehab assignment with Triple-A Columbus on Monday.
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Heard and seen before Tuesday's opener of the short two-game series against Philadelphia. Clubhouse confidential: Center fielder Michael Bourn will play several minor-league games as part of a rehab assignment -- but he is not at that stage. Bourn has been on the disabled list since April 15..." May 01
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Michael Bourn, traveling with the Indians on this trip 10-game, 11-day trip, will return to Cleveland on Thursday to have the five-stitch cut on the index finger of his right hand re-examined. If the stitches are removed on Thursday, he can initiate baseball activities. The center fielder is..." April 23
Akron Beacon Journal "The cut on Michael Bourn’s right index finger has turned out to be more than a nuisance injury. Manager Terry Francona said Tuesday that Bourn will go on the disabled list in a day or two, which means he cannot return to the lineup until at least April 30. Bourn sustained the cut when..." April 17
Cleveland Plain Dealer "As expected, center fielder Michael Bourn was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday because of a spike wound on his right index finger. The Indians called up Corey Kluber from Class AAA Columbus to take his spot on the 25-man roster. Kluber is a starter, but he could have been promoted..." April 17
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Indians centerfielder Michael Bourn will be out of the lineup for at least 10 days with five stitches in the index finger of his right hand. Bourn's finger has been splinted and he said the team is discussing putting him on the 15-day disabled list. The Indians recalled infielder Cord Phelps..." April 16
Cleveland Plain Dealer "It seemed like a good move at the time. Indians leadoff batter Michael Bourn homered on the first pitch of the first inning Sunday against White Sox right-hander Jake Peavy. The Tribe led. Progressive Field erupted. By the time Bourn returned to the dugout, though, the Indians were in..." April 15
Bourn leaving the game. Slid headfirst into first base on infield single, Thornton stepped on Bourn's right hand. Stay tuned for more...
CBSSports.com "Indians center fielder Michael Bourn had to get five stitches to repair a laceration on his right index finger, the Indians announced Sunday. The club officially said Bourn's status is day to day, but MLB.com Indians beat reporter Jordan Bastian reports Bourn is out until the stitches are..." April 14
Akron Beacon Journal "The Indians suddenly have become a team with frightening speed on the bases. Newcomers Michael Bourn and Drew Stubbs were among the top 10 base stealers in the National League last season, and Jason Kipnis was among the American League’s top 10 thieves. Together, the three players stole 103..." February 16
Akron Beacon Journal "If fans are still wondering how the Indians came up with the cash to pay Michael Bourn, General Manager Chris Antonetti provided the answer Friday during a news conference to introduce the Indians’ new center fielder/leadoff batter. After signing Nick Swisher for $56 million, Brett Myers for..." February 16