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Ryan Raburn was born April 17, 1981 and is an outfielder with the Clevland Indians. Though primarily an outfielder, Raburn can also play third base, second base, first base, and catcher.

Raburn attended Durant High School in Plant City, Florida. Following his prep career, he was selected in the 18th round of the 1999 Major League Baseball Draft by his hometown Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Raburn, however, chose not to sign, opting instead to play for the University of Florida and then transferred to South Florida Community College. He is also the brother of Milwaukee Brewers utility player Johnny Raburn.

Raburn made the Tigers opening day roster for the first time in his career. He entered the 2010 season as a key bench player expecting to see time at every defensive position except catcher and shortstop. As of mid-June, Raburn was regularly filling in for injured right fielder Magglio Ordóñez, but was hitting poorly. During the second half of the season, when he became an everyday starter primarily playing in the outfield, his bat heated up. By the end of 2010, he had played in 113 games, and sported a .280 batting average with 15 home runs and 61 RBIs.

Raburn signed a two-year contract extension after the 2010 season, and was a regular starter in left field at the beginning of the 2011 season. Near the end of May, Raburn took over at second base after Scott Sizemore was traded to the Oakland Athletics. Raburn's batting average slumped in the first half, but he showed flashes of power with 8 home runs. Andy Dirks and new acquisition Delmon Young played Raburn's left field position for much of the second half while he saw more time at second base. After another strong second half, Raburn finished the 2011 regular season at .256 with 14 home runs and 49 RBI in 387 at-bats.

On January 19, 2013, Raburn signed a minor league deal with the Cleveland Indians with an invitation to spring training. Raburn, after a solid spring, made the Indians' 2013 opening day roster. Raburn won American League Player of the Week for the week of April 29–May 5, 2013 after batting .591 with 5 runs, 4 HR, 9 RBI and a 1.773 OPS. On August 7, 2013, it was announced that Raburn and the Indians had agreed on a two-year, $4.85 million extension with a $3 million club option for 2016. At the time of the deal, Raburn was hitting .277/.370/.565 with 13 HR and 38 RBI. The next day, after a 14 inning loss the night before, Cleveland called on Raburn, a utility player, to pitch the ninth inning of a 10-3 loss to the Detroit Tigers. He pitched a perfect 1-2-3 inning and struck out Matt Tuiasosopo. Used mostly as a right fielder when Drew Stubbs wasn't playing, Raburn hit .272/.357/.543 with 16 HR and 55 RBI. Raburn, with Mike Avilés, Jason Giambi and Yan Gomes, was a member of the Indians bench dubbed the 'Goon Squad'. They combined to hit .256 with 45 HR and 170 RBI in 370 games.

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