Jose Ramirez's days of sitting are coming to an end for Cleveland Indians

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Third baseman Jose Ramirez had another good day swinging the bat and that means he's a day closer to rejoining the Indians' lineup. Ramirez, who had the hamate bone removed from his right hand on Aug. 26, could be back in the Indians lineup as soon as Sunday night when they play the Phillies on ESPN at Progressive Field. “It was another really good day for him,” said Chris Antonetti, Indians president of baseball operations on Saturday afternoon. The switch-hitting Ramirez took batting practice against real pitchers -- right-hander Jefry Ramirez and minor league lefty Kyle Nelson -- not coaches. He made solid contact from both sides of the plate and drove the ball well. “We're

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