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Tribe News and Notes, August 9, 2012

The Humble in Victory edition of News and Notes:

Anthony Castrovince: Indians must reevaluate approach | MLB.com: News
Castrovince bringing the high heat to the Indians FO

Howard Koch: "I am probably the only person alive who saw [Feller's first] game." " TribeVibe
Long-time Indians Season Ticket Holder Howard Koch attended the Tribe’s game versus Minnesota on Wednesday. Koch, 88, chatted with TribeVibe about his memories as a life-long Indians fan.

Tribe closer Perez not down after blown saves | indians.com: News
Indians closer Chris Perez, who suffered his second straight blown save Tuesday, was itching to get back on the mound again Wednesday.

Tribe releases Jason Knapp, key piece in 2009 Cliff Lee trade: Indians Insider | cleveland.com
In case you missed it yesterday

More general MLB news after the jump

Four pitching prospects suspended for positive drug tests - MLB - SI.com
None of them Indians farmhands

Cliff Lee, Aramis Ramirez others could be traded during waiver period - Joe Sheehan - SI.com
More speculation on who might yet need to file a change of address with the USPS