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Bob Feller Museum Closes, most items to move to Progressive Field

Most of the items will head to Cleveland, where the Indians are planning to open an exhibit honoring Feller at Progressive Field

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Tribe News

Bob Feller Museum closes, will merge with City Hall - The Bob Feller Museum has shut its doors, but the legacy of the legendary pitcher will live on in a different way in his hometown of Van Meter. Most items will move to Progressive Field.

Will Progressive Field renovations shrink Cleveland Indians 2015 payroll? Hey, Hoynsie! | - Hoynsie deals with conspiracy theorist who speculates that renovation costs were paid for by selling players or diverting revenue sharing money.

Indians have decisions as Rule 5 Draft approaches | - Jordan Bastian outlines Indians key Rule 5 decisions.

Where the Indians Are Baseball’s Most Valuable Team | FanGraphs Baseball - ICYMI yesterday, August Fagerstrom takes on the Tribe pitching staff from a value perspective.

Around the Horn

Athletics sign switch-pitcher Pat Venditte | HardballTalk - Another new market inefficiency to exploit?

Red Sox claim Juan Francisco off waivers from Blue Jays | HardballTalk - Francisco is arbitration eligible and projected to make about $2.2 million in 2015.

Jordan Zimmermann got Steven Souza a Best Buy gift card for that no-hitter-saving catch | HardballTalk - There may be a shiny new HDMI cable in Souza's future.

Francisco Liriano wants 3-4 years at $12 million per season | HardballTalk - Liriano started 55 games for Pittsburgh with a 3.20 ERA and 338 strikeouts in 323 innings.