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Tribe Related

Complaints about Indians' dynamic pricing strategy come down to simple math | Cleveland Business News - Dynamic pricing casts a much wider net in baseball than it does the NBA. The Cavaliers also use dynamic pricing, but the Indians can sell as many single-game tickets in a homestand than the Cavs will in a season.

MLB free agent class 2015: Starting pitchers rule the roost | cleveland.com - Starting with Max Scherzer, Jon Lester and James Shields, the 2015 free agent class of starting pitchers promises to be as talented as it is deep.

Is Jason Kipnis just a One Hit Wonder? | Did The Tribe Win Last Night? -  What has Kipnis done for the Tribe lately?

World Series Related

Welcome to the worst World Series ever - SweetSpot Blog - ESPN - I guess somebody needs to say it: This isn't exactly the 1927 Yankees battling the 1975 Big Red Machine.

Just sit back and enjoy this wild card World Series | FOX Sports - Looking for meaning or outrage in this World Series matchup of two wild-card teams? Don't bother. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.

Sluggerrr vs. Lou Seal: Who would win the Mascot World Series? | MLB.com

Around the Horn

Cardinals expected to lose all five free-agents-to-be | HardballTalk - The Cardinals aren't expected to retain the services of any of the five players headed into free agency once the World Series is over. Fortunately, none of the five are key contributors.

Josh Byrnes is likely to be the Dodgers GM | HardballTalk - His last stop was as the Padres general manager. Before that, Arizona.

The DH and the Essence of the Game – The Hardball Times - "Instead, I’m only going to address one issue: is requiring the pitcher to bat essential to the core premise of baseball?"

Pedro seems talented in everything he tries. | SportsonEarth.com : Matthew Leach Article - Pedro Martinez was the breakout star of the 2013 postseason, and he topped himself in 2014, and now we have to do without Pedro on our television screens until 2015. This is a significant loss. Martinez is as good as it gets in the broadcast booth.

Brian Roberts, former Orioles second baseman, retires - ESPN - Second baseman Brian Roberts, who played all but one of his 14-year career with the Baltimore Orioles, is retiring.