Denney's Fine

<FONT face=Verdana size=2>Kyle Denney considers himself lucky.<br><br> The Indians' rookie right-hander said Thursday it was fortunate nobody was seriously hurt by a bullet that lodged in his right leg while riding on the team bus headed to the Kansas City airport late Wednesday.<br><br> "I'm lucky it hit me in the leg, not the chest or face," Denney said in Minneapolis, where he rejoined the club for the last three games of 2004.<br>
September 30, 2004

Rookie Shot After Tribe Win

Rookie Kyle Denney was shot in the right calf Wednesday night while on the Indians' team bus headed to the Kansas City airport.<br><br> Outfielder Ryan Ludwick was hit by some debris caused by the bullet going through the side of the bus. He was uninjured.<br><br> Team trainers Lonnie Soloff and Rick Jameyson removed the bullet from Denney's leg on the bus and the pitcher was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.<br><br> "Kyle is all right," Indians spokesman Bart Swain said.<br>
September 30, 2004

That's More Like It

A different day, a different team, a much different result.<br><br> The Indians played with more energy and it showed in an 8-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals at Jacobs Field on Sunday.<br><br> It was a different Kyle Denney who took the mound, too, as the right-hander got his first major-league win.<br><br> "The guys did a much better job, no doubt about it," said manager Eric Wedge, who had been critical of the team Saturday night.<br>
September 19, 2004

Denney's Dream A Nightmare

Next!<br><br> Kyle Denney hopes there will be a next time. So does Eric Wedge, though he isn't quite sure after the Indians were routed by Detroit, 11-3 in the rookie right-hander's major-league debut Tuesday night.<br><br> "There's nothing written in stone, but I hope he does," the Indians manager said when asked if Denney would get another start this year.<br><br> The first one didn't go so good and everybody, including Denney, knows it.<br>
September 14, 2004