Collisions part of the game for Indians' Marson

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Posted: Friday, April 12, 2013 12:00 am

CLEVELAND (AP) - Stiff neck and maybe slightly bruised confidence aside, Lou Marson knows he's lucky.

Days after he was flattened by Tampa outfielder Desmond Jennings in a ferocious and frightening collision at the plate, Marson, Cleveland's backup catcher, has not completely recovered from the impact of a violent play that has sparked debate over whether it should be outlawed from major league baseball.

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