Baseball thinks it came down hard on the Astros for their sign-stealing scandal. But MLB could have done more.
by: Anthony Castrovince — MLB: White Sox 15 Jan
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by: Mandy Bell — MLB: Indians 15 Jan
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by: Mandy Bell — MLB: Indians 13 Jan
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What would Cleveland Indians’ draft compensation be for Francisco Lindor? Hey, Hoynsie - cleveland.com
by: Paul Hoynes | email@example.com — Cleveland.com 11 Jan
What kind of compensation would the Indians receive if they kept shortstop Francisco Lindor until he was eligible for free agency?
by: Nick Dudukovich — Fansided: Factory of Sadness 9 Jan
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by: Ryan Lewis — Akron Beacon Journal 8 Jan
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by: Jeff Schudel JSchudel@News-Herald.com @JSProInsider on Twitter — The Morning Journal 8 Jan
The Browns’ season is over and the Cavaliers continue through a painful rebuild.
by: Author: Ben Axelrod Published: 10:22 AM EST January 8, 2020 Updated: 10:22 AM EST January 8, 2020 — WKYC Cleveland 8 Jan
On Wednesday, the Cleveland Indians announced the full roster of players, coaches and alumni who will be attending the annual TribeFest on Feb. 1.
by: N/A — MLB: Indians 8 Jan
Cleveland, OH — Tribe Fest 2020 will be held Saturday, February 1 at the Cleveland Convention Center downtown. A total of 32 players from the Cleveland Indians organization will attend this year’s event, as well as two coaches and four Indians alumni.
by: Mandy Bell — MLB: Indians 8 Jan
The 2020 Tribe Fest roster is set. On Wednesday, the Indians announced that 32 players from the organization will attend Tribe Fest on Feb. 1, including Francisco Lindor, José Ramírez, Shane Bieber, Mike Clevinger, Oscar Mercado and Carlos Carrasco.
Tribe Fest 2020 lineup includes Francisco Lindor, Mike Clevinger and more of your favorite Indians players - cleveland.com
by: Joe Noga | firstname.lastname@example.org — Cleveland.com 8 Jan
Lindor and Clevinger were announced Wednesday as confirmed to attend the annual Indians fan event at the downtown Cleveland convention center.
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