Akron Beacon Journal "The Indians on Wednesday declined to pick up outfielder Ryan Raburn's club option for the 2016 season. Raburn, 34, is now a free agent. Last season he hit .301 with a .393 on-base percentage, eight home runs, 16 doubles and 29 RBI in 173 at-bats playing primarily against left-handed pitchers...." November 04
Ryan Raburn will have L knee surgery in coming days to repair a torn meniscus. Will miss final two weeks of the season, short rehab expected
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Indians manager Terry Francona is willing to accept just about anything in the clubhouse if it produces victories. Almost anything that is. He might draw the line at chickens. "I don't know about farm animals" he said shaking his head. He might not have any choice. Not after the Tribe..." September 05
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Super-sub Ryan Raburn has signed a two-year $4.85 million contract extension with the Indians that includes a club option for 2016. Raburn 32 made the Indians out of spring training on a minor league deal. He's making $1 million this year. The right-handed hitting Raburn is batting .277..." August 07
IRyan Raburn left game with cramping in lower leg area in fifth inning. Drew Stubbs replaced him in RF. #Indians.
Detroit News "Former Tiger Ryan Raburn will return to Detroit tonight with his current team, the Indians. Manager Jim Leyland said he'll be glad to see him, but still absorbs the blame for the down year Raburn had last year with the Tigers. "I think I screwed him up last year trying to make him a second..." May 10
Akron Beacon Journal "Ryan Raburn continued his hot streak at the plate, but the Indians loset 11-8 to the Padres this afternoon at Goodyear Ballpark. Raburn hit his fourth home run of the spring with two runners on base in the Tribe's six-run first inning, but the staff couldn't hold the lead. In seven..." March 03
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ryan Raburn hit his third homer in two days as the Indians beat Cincinnati, 13-10, Saturday in a Cactus League game at Goodyear Ballpark. Raburn, in camp on a minor league deal, is trying to make as a utility player. He was Detroit's starting second baseman last year until he fall on hard..." February 24