Ryan Raburn News Archive
Raburn underwent successful arthroscopic knee surgery Friday.
Raburn will need surgery on his left knee to repair his damaged meniscus, the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Paul Hoynes reports.
Raburn (knee) is headed back to Cleveland to undergo an MRI, Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Raburn (knee) is likely headed for an MRI after showing no signs of improvement Monday, MLB.com reports. "We brought him here because if he had a good day and was day-to-day, maybe let him sit for a couple of days and be good," manager Terry Francona said. "But the fact that he came in and was pretty tender, there's no way around it, he has to get looked at."
Raburn (knee) showed little improvement Sunday and could be headed for an MRI if he doesn't make much progress in the next few days, MLB.com reports. "He won't do anything today other than get treatment, and then we'll kind of see how the next day or so goes. If he starts to improve, that's good. If he doesn't, then we'd probably think about getting him an MRI or something," manager Terry Francona said.
Raburn left Saturday's game with a hyper-extended right knee, MLB.com's Jordan Bastian reports.
Raburn left Saturday's game in the fourth inning with an undisclosed injury, MLB.com's Jordan Bastian reports.
Raburn (wrist) was activated from the disabled list Tuesday.