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MLB: Cleveland Indians News and Notes 6/25/13

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A new twist on 30 days in 30 ballparks, Cabrera could be back this week, Reynolds returns to Baltimore, a Tribe draftee shines in College World Series, and a new carrier of the pink backpack.

The new, improved Rich Hill, now with Enhanced Strikeout Action!
The new, improved Rich Hill, now with Enhanced Strikeout Action!
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Asdrubal's return to Tribe could be soon | indians.com: News: After watching the two-time All-Star shortstop go through a workout on Monday, Terry Francona is not sure the team will delay Cabrera's return much longer.

UCLA claims first game of College World Series finals at Omaha | MLB.com: News: Tribe 11th-round pick Adam Plutko pitches UCLA past Mississippi State in game 1 of the CWS finals. Maybe some of that extra pool money might land in Plutko's pocket.

Mark Reynolds returns to Baltimore, calls life with Indians ‘a good situation’ - The Washington Post: Mark Reynolds is happy, and so are the Baltimore Orioles.

Santana, Kipnis unsung All-Star candidates - SweetSpot Blog - ESPN: Well, somebody has to go to the game from each team.

New Cleveland Indians pitcher T.J. House happy to be hazed -- Indians Chatter | cleveland.com: New Cleveland Indians reliever T.J. House has no problem carrying a pink bookbag to the bullpen.

Chuck Galeti will be off the air for now following latest drunk driving charge - Crain's Cleveland Business

Baseball notes: Rays' Alex Cobb favors headgear for pitchers - latimes.com: Cobb says he would like to see pitchers have such an option.

30 games in 30 days in 30 parks — with 30 dates? " TribeVibe: A different ball park and a different blind date every night. Just one guy livin' the dream.

Texas Rangers still determining where Jurickson Profar fits in - MLB News | FOX Sports on MSN: As Jurickson Profar preps for his outfield debut, the Rangers are still determining where the 20-year-old fits best on the field. Texas Rangers still determining where Jurickson Profar fits in

Royals' George Brett still finding groove as a coach - Columbia Missourian: Three weeks into a month-long experiment as the Kansas City Royals' hitting coach, George Brett is finding results maddeningly slow to show.