Hardball Talk "Carlos Santana was scratched from the Indians’ lineup yesterday amid concerns that he might be dealing with post-concussion symptoms and sure enough he’s been placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list. Cleveland also placed Nick Swisher on the 15-day disabled list with a hyperextended..." May 27
Hardball Talk "If this was reported at the time I missed it, but Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com has an interesting story about a dustup between former Indians great Kenny Lofton and current Indians leader Nick Swisher back in January. The upshot: following Lofton’s comments that the 2013 Indians weren’t truly..." March 18
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Nick Swisher and Justin Masterson double-teamed the Angels on Wednesday. Swisher didn't want to see the Indians lose the momentum they created in Tuesday night's 14-inning victory. It would have been easy to do because Wednesday was the last game on a nine-game 10-day trip. Masterson went..." August 22
Cleveland Plain Dealer "With big contracts comes big pressure but Nick Swisher he of 1000-watt smile off-the-charts optimism and can-do attitude would certainly avoid such a trap. From the moment he was introduced to Cleveland in January after officially signing the biggest free-agent deal in Indians' history Swisher..." July 26
Cleveland Plain Dealer "First baseman Nick Swisher's left shoulder is hurting and could put him on the disabled list. Swisher aggravated the shoulder in the fifth inning Saturday night during an at bat in the Indians' 7-6 loss to the Nationals. "I'm grinding guys," said Swisher. "I want to be in there every day..." June 16
North Jersey "Nick Swisher had the bleacher fans back on his side, at least for a day. After four years as a Yankee, Swisher waved his hand to acknowledge a nice ovation before his first Stadium at-bat as a Cleveland Indian. And when he took his position at first base, Swisher gave a crisp salute in response..." June 04
New York Post "Nick Swisher delivered his signature salute to Yankee Stadium’s right-field bleacher fans after soaking up a personal roll call in the first inning. So much was the same, but so much had changed in the seven-plus months since Swisher last had seen them. He stood at first base. He wore..." June 04
Akron Beacon Journal "The subject turned to the depth of Terry Francona’s emotions when reporters asked the manager about returning to Boston tonight. “Sometimes as I get older,” he said, “sometimes when I don’t want to, like when Swish [Nick Swisher] called me the other night about the baby, I caught myself lying..." May 23
Cleveland Plain Dealer "After three days of doing mostly nothing, the Indians' offense returned Wednesday afternoon in a 10-4 victory over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. Right-hander Corey Kluber did a nice job as well, pitching six innings to earn the victory and break a personal two-start losing streak. Kluber..." May 16
Nick Swisher back in lineup at DH. Missed time with sore left shoulder. #Indians.
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Nick Swisher was not in the lineup tonight and likely will be sidelined until Friday because of a sore left shoulder, Indians manager Terry Francona said. Swisher is hitting .265 with two homers and nine RBI in 23 games. He is 4-for-28 in his last seven. "His left shoulder's been nagging him..." May 01
Indians 1B/RF Nick Swisher out of the lineup with a sore left shoulder. Francona said Swish might be held out Wednesday, too.
New York Post "Though Nick Swisher knew his time was almost certainly over with the Yankees when last season ended, he still thought the team would contact him when he became a free agent. That didn’t happen. “It hurt,” Swisher said before facing the Yankees for the first time with the Indians yesterday,..." April 09
Akron Beacon Journal "During a commercial for a ticket broker that runs frequently on ESPN Cleveland (850-AM), seat-seekers are told to identify themselves as station listeners with the password Swisher. It was a clever choice, since Nick Swisher will be the key for the 2013 Indians. I’m not talking about home..." March 31