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    April 16, 2018 10:05 PM EDT
    CLEVELAND -- Ryan Raburn came to training camp this spring with something to prove. [b]Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 Black[/b] . He wanted to show the Indians that a disastrous 2012 season in Detroit was behind him. He wanted a fresh start, a new home. Hes found it. The versatile Raburn was rewarded Wednesday with a two-year, $4.85 million contract extension that includes a $3 million club option for 2016. "For me, its a great opportunity and a great feeling," Raburn said. "This organization has been unbelievable to me and the team theyre building around here. Im enjoying every day coming to the ballpark. Its been a pleasure and I think there are great things to come with this team. " Released by the Tigers after last season, Raburn has had a major impact in his first year with the Indians, who signed him to a minor league contract in January. Raburn is batting .277 with 13 homers -- third most on the team -- and 38 RBIs in 66 games. Hes made starts in right field (37), left (seven), second base (two) and designated hitter (five), and manager Terry Francona has batted him everywhere but the No. 1 and 2 spot in the order. "Im happy for him," Francona said of the extension. "Im proud for him and Im glad for our team." General manager Chris Antonetti said the Indians approached Raburn before the All-Star break with the idea of the extension. Antonetti said the sides finalized the deal on the morning of Aug. 1, and Raburn went out that day and homered twice in a win over the Chicago White Sox. During the off-season, the Indians identified Raburn as a player who could stabilize their bench. "We always appreciated Ryan playing across the field from us," Antonetti said. "We thought he would be a good fit with the guys we had here. He had a down year last year and thats why he was available. He has fit in seamlessly. His versatility has been a huge asset for us and obviously his production speaks for itself." Raburn also has been one of the Indians most clutch players. He enters Wednesdays game batting .462 (12 of 26) with 19 RBIs with runners in scoring position and two outs. Its fitting that Raburn received his new deal while the Tigers were in town. Last season, he was named Detroits starting second baseman before opening day. However, the 32-year-old he battled injuries, hit just .171 in 66 games and spent some time at Triple-A Toledo before the Tigers released him. He was also the target of boos at Comerica Park and the Tigers left him off their post-season roster. Raburn smiled when reminded the Tigers were visiting when he got his new deal. "Its just a good coincidence they are in town," he said. "Im excited to be able to be here for a few more years." Raburn, who was selected by Detroit in the 2001 draft, said he even considered retirement during the off-season, thats how bad things went for him last year. "I dont think anything went right for me," he said. "Im just grateful Cleveland gave me the opportunity." Raburn said he called his parents on Tuesday night to tell them about his new contract, and said having a multiyear deal will not diminish his drive. "Its not like Im not going to play the game as hard," he said. Tigers manager Jim Leyland has always been a big fan of Raburns and was pleased his former player was rewarded. "Im thrilled," Leyland said. "Im so happy for him. Its well deserved. Hes comfortable here. He has a manager hes going to have a great relationship with. I think things are really going to work out for him." Leyland, too, wanted something back from Raburn. "If I dont get a sleeve of golf balls, Im going to be very disappointed," Leyland said. Raburn promised a small gift to his former skipper. "Yeah, Ill give him a short sleeve," he said. [b]Asics Gel Lyte v Online Shop[/b] . 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Theyve followed up two close losses to open the season with seven straight wins.John Santiago left no doubt when he opened the game with a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, but the Fighting Hawks had to come from behind after trailing 13-7 at halftime. Brady Oliveira scored on a 17-yard run and Noah Wanzek threw a 2-yard touchdown to Brad Heidlebaugh in the third quarter before Reid Taubenheim kicked two field goals in the fourth.Im really proud of our team again today. We knew this was going to be a tough game for us, UND coach Bubba Schweigert said. Give a lot of credit to Weber State, they made it very difficult to run the football.Weber States Jadrian Clark threw for 274 yards and two touchdowns, but committed four turnovers as the Wildcats (5-3, 4-1) saw their five-game winning streak end. UNDs Cole Reyes had two interceptions.STATS FCS TOP 25 SCHEDULESaturday, Oct. 24All Times ETNo. 1 Sam Houston State 66, Texas Southern 17Sam Houston jumped out to a 28-0 first-quarter lead in improving to 8-0 with the nonconference win. Wide receiver Davion Davis dominated with 184 yards and three touchdowns, while Jeremiah Briscoe passed for 325 yards and five TD.No. 2 Jacksonville State 47, No. 23 Eastern Illinois 14The Gamecocks (7-1, 4-0) earned their 21st straight Ohio Valley Conference win since 2013 as Eli Jenkins passed for two touchdowns and ran for another one.No. 3 Eastern Washington 35, No. 16 Montana 16EWU senior Cooper Kupp caught three of Gage Gubruds four touchdown passes, finishing with eight receptions for 140 yards. The two also teamed up for a 54-yard pass by Kupp. The Eagles (7-1, 5-0) are a half-game behind North Dakota in the Big Sky standings. As Montana (5-3, 2-3), dropped its second straight game, Brady Gustafson was 45 of 63 for 398 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions.No. 4 North Dakota State 24, Northern Iowa 20The five-time reigning FCS champion Bison (7-1, 4-1 Missouri Valley) built a 21-6 lead and held on behind a defense that intercepted UNIs Eli Dunne four times (safety Tre Dempsey had two picks). Lance Dunn rushed for 118 yards on 23 carries.No. 5 The Citadel 45, East Tennessee State 10The Citadel (8-0, 6-0 Southern) rushed for 427 yards and five touchdowns, led by Cam Jacksons 124 yards and two scores on seven carries. With a win over Samford next Saturday, the Bulldogs would clinch at least a share of a second straight conference title and an automatic bid to the playoffs.Illinois State 38, No. 7 South Dakota State 17Illinois State ended South Dakota States four-game winning streak by intercepting Taryn Christion three times, including LaDarius Newbolds 92-yard return for a touchdown. 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Alejandro Bennifield passed for two touchdowns in the win.No. 12 North Carolina A&T 42, Florida A&M 17With its fifth straight win, A&T (7-1, 5-0) moved atop the MEAC standings with idle North Carolina Central. Tarik Cohen carried the ball 17 times for 145 yards and three touchdowns, including an 83-yarder that was his 11th score over 70 yards in his four-year career.No. 13 Western Illinois 35, South Dakota 34Sean McGuire threw a 2-yard touchdown pass Joey Borsellino with 32 seconds remaining and Nathan Knuffman added the PAT to lift Western Illinois (6-2, 3-2). USD is coached by Bob Nielson, who led the Leathernecks last year and was the Missouri Valley Conference coach of the year. Lance Lenoir became the Valleys all-time leader in receptions while catching six passes for 111 yards and a touchdown.No. 14 Cal Poly 59, Sacramento State 47The Mustangs (6-2, 4-1 Big Sky) had 676 yards of total offense, including 527 on the ground. Joe Protheroe (168 yards, two total touchdowns) and Kori Garcia (146 yards, one touchdown) led the rushing attack.No. 15 Youngstown State 13, Indiana State 10Darien Townsends 79-yard punt return for a touchdown with 9:19 remaining in the fourth quarter provided the winning score for the Penguins (6-2, 4-1 Missouri Valley), who are seeking their first playoff appearance since 2006No. 18 Coastal Carolina 48, Presbyterian 17Jah-Maine Martin and Kenneth Daniels rushed for 120 and 100 yards, respectively, and two touchdowns each to power Coastal (6-2), which will finish its final season on the FCS level with four home games next month.No. 19 Central Arkansas 45, Southeastern Louisiana 10Hayden Hildebrand was 21 of 27 for 207 yards and three touchdowns as UCA (7-1, 6-0) kept pace in the Southland Conference race. In gaining four turnovers, the Bears held the ball for 40 minutes, 6 seconds.Mississippi State 56, No. 20 Samford 41Samford sophomore Devlin Hodges impressed in Starkville, going 42 of 69 for 468 yards and four touchdowns, although he threw three interceptions. Karel Hamilton (14 receptions, 213 yards, two touchdowns) and Kelvin McKnight (13-115-1) were Hodges go-to receivers. The Bulldogs return to the FCS level with a visit to unbeaten The Citadel next Saturday.No. 21 Grambling State 70, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0Gramblings DeVante Kincade completed 23 of 26 passes for 457 yards and six touchdowns, including three to Chad Williams (eight receptions, 236 yards). The Tigers (6-1, 5-0) are tied with Southern for first place in the SWAC West Division.New Hampshire 43, No. 22 Stony Brook 14UNH (6-3, 5-1) handed Stony Brook (5-3, 4-1) its first loss in CAA Football by forcing five turnovers, including Prince Smith Jr.s 43-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter. Wildcats quarterback Trevor Knight threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another. Stony Brook hadnt allowed a touchdown in 10 quarters entering the game.No. 24 Harvard 23, Dartmouth 21Quarterback Joe Viviano had a touchdown run and pass in the first quarter, and Ivy League co-leader Harvard (6-1, 4-0 Ivy) ran out the final 2 1/2 minutes after Dartmouth pulled with 23-21. It was the Crimsons 13th straight win in the series.Murray State 38, No. 25 Tennessee State 31One week after upsetting Eastern Illinois on the road, Murray State (3-5, 3-2 OVC) returned home to top Tennessee State (5-3, 2-2). KD Humphries was 27 of 35 for 398 yards and five touchdowns.No. 14 Cal Poly (5-2, 3-1 Big Sky) at Sacramento State (1-7, 1-4), 9 p.m.IDLENo. 6 Richmond (7-1, 4-1 CAA) and No. 11 Villanova (6-2, 4-1 CAA) Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys 2018 Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '