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DETROIT -- Michael Bourn was ready to return to the majors. Authentic Air Jordan Retro China . Nasty weather delayed his plans. Bourn, who missed Clevelands first 13 games with a strained left hamstring, was activated from the disabled list on Tuesday before the Indians series opener with the Tigers was postponed by cold weather. Bourn had expected to make his season debut only to have it pushed back by temperatures in the low 30s and snow sitting on the outfield grass in Comerica Park. "He was ready to go," Indians manager Terry Francona said of his speedy centre fielder. "He wanted to play, but you cant control the weather." Its the third postponement for the Indians, who already have been forced to play two doubleheaders this season because of rainouts. No makeup date was announced, but Francona believes the AL Central teams, who are scheduled to play 19 times, are eyeing a date in July. The Indians return to Detroit for a three-game series from July 18-20 and Sept. 12-14. Francona said right-hander Zach McAllisters start will be pushed back to Wednesday. Danny Salazar will start Thursday, followed by Justin Masterson, Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco at home against the Toronto Blue Jays. Bourn strained his hamstring while running the bases on March 16 during training camp in Arizona. Because he had surgery on the hamstring soon after last season ended, the Indians were cautious about bringing him back. Bourn had been eligible to be activated two weeks ago, but the Indians had him play in five minor league games to make sure he was 100 per cent. Francona said Bourn likely will play in consecutive games but may not appear in "three, four of five in a row" for a while. The chilly weather doesnt help, but Francona said it probably wouldnt have kept Bourn out against the Tigers. "I dont think anyone feels good in the cold weather," Francona said. "But hes healthy." To make room for Bourn, the Indians optioned outfielder Nyjer Morgan to Triple-A Columbus. Morgan, who signed a minor league deal with Cleveland in January, did a nice job filling in for Bourn. He batted .348 (8 of 23), scored four runs and had four RBIs in nine games. Francona said the team decided to send down Morgan to keep an extra reliever in the bullpen. "It wasnt really a tough decision," Francona said. "It was difficult in the fact that he (Morgan) had done so well. I dont think anybody thought he deserved to go to Triple-A, but when you look at the way our team is constituted, we needed to stay with the extra pitcher in the bullpen. With Bourn being a left-handed centre fielder, its hard to keep both of them." Cheap Authentic Jordans . The appointment of Boullier continues the behind-the-scenes restructuring at McLaren, who recently brought back former team principal Ron Dennis as its new chief executive. Discount Air Jordans Shoes . The (14-15-5) Jets are seventh in the Central Division with 33 points. They trail sixth place Nashville and fifth place Dallas by two points. . The Detroit Tigers slugger fell short in his bid to become the first player to win the Triple Crown in successive seasons.( - The Los Angeles Kings scored a season-high seven goals in their last outing and will try to keep the offense rolling as they host the Edmonton Oilers in Sundays battle at the Staples Center. Richard Bachman will get the start in net for the Oilers as Devan Dubnyk has a minor ankle injury. The Kings won for the third time in four games on Thursday by downing the visiting Phoenix Coyotes by a 7-4 score. Dwight King notched his first career hat trick to lead L.A. past the Coyotes, who had recorded at least a point in seven straight games before getting beat by the Kings. King scored twice in LAs four-goal first period, but the Coyotes countered with four straight goals to even the score early in the third. Phoenix then seemed poised to pull in front when Jake Muzzin was sent off for slashing at 3:31 of the third, but Mike Richards came up with a steal in the neutral zone and sped in on a breakaway before stuffing a backhand past the left pad of Thomas Greiss to give the Kings a 5-4 edge at 4:19. Matt Frattin then added a tip-in tally before King capped his hat trick with an empty- netter to help Los Angeles earn the victory. Anze Kopitar registered a goal and two assists, Jordan Nolan scored once, and Jonathan Quick stopped 24-of-28 shots in the victory. "It was up and down tonight but thats the challenge for us, it always has been," Kopitar said. "We always have good spurts, and tonight the first period was obviously a really good one but we have to maintain that.&" Sundays contest marks the end of a four-game homestand for the Kings, who are 3-2-0 as the host this season. Shop Air Jordans Shoes Free Shipping. L.A. will visit Phoenix for a rematch on Tuesday before returning to the City of Angels for another four-game homestand. The Oilers enter this game against the Kings having lost two straight and seven of their last nine tilts. Sundays opponent doesnt appear to offer a reprieve for Edmonton because L.A. has won two straight, four of five and eight of the past 11 meetings against the Oilers. Edmonton also has dropped two in a row and four of five in L.A. The Oilers are coming off Saturdays 5-4 setback in Phoenix. Edmonton held a 1-0 lead early in the game and later rallied from a 3-1 deficit to grab a 4-3 advantage just over seven minutes into the third period. But, Keith Yandle netted the tying goal for the Coyotes at 10:40 of the third and Oliver Ekman- Larsson recorded the winner with 7:37 remaining. Ryan Jones, Will Acton, David Perron and Tyler Pitlick scored for the Oilers, while Jason LaBarbera was charged with five goals on 27 shots in defeat. "It was an interesting game to say the least," noted Oilers head coach Dallas Eakins. "Its getting disheartening to say I like most of our game and come up short." Edmonton fell to 2-5-1 on the road after the loss to the Coyotes and Sundays tilt marks the end of a brief two-game swing for the club. Next up for the Oilers is a two-game homestand, which is set to begin Tuesday night against Toronto. 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