The Indians got just what the doctor ordered Tuesday night -- an updated version of the 1960s TV…
He's First At First
But the realization that his manager is confident enough in his ability to at least tentatively name him as the starter is reason enough to make Broussard smile. "It makes me feel good, especially considering the start that I had this year," he said, reflecting back upon his terrible first two months that included an 0-for-27 slump in late May. Just as frustrating as the slump was the fact that through mid-June he had just one home run. "I had only one home run and the season was almost half over," Broussard said, admitting he heard rumors that he was either going to be traded or sent down to Class AAA Buffalo. "There are always going to be rumors when you are struggling," he said. "When you play in the major leagues, your job is to produce. If you don't, they are going to find someone who can do it. "The Indians like me and I know I like the Indians, but this is a business. When you are not driving in runs, you are going to be gone. That's just the way the game is. That constant...
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