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Giovanny Urshela will not need surgery, will be ready for 2015 season

Also, Tribe announces spring training schedule and Tribe Fest guests

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Urshela won't need surgery for knee sprain | - A visit with Dr. Rick Parker at the Cleveland Clinic on Friday confirmed that Urshela has a sprain of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) in the knee, but the injury won't require surgery.

Cleveland Indians open 2015 spring training schedule March 3 vs. Cincinnati Reds | - The Indians will open the 2015 Cactus League season with three straight games against the Reds from March 3-5.

Cleveland Indians announce plans for third annual Tribe Fest, including appearances by Dennis Martinez, Paul Assenmacher | - Old-timers Dennis Martinez, Charles Nagy and Paul Assenmacher will be in attendance. So will Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar, as well as a slew of players.

Indians Cash finalist for Rays job | FOX SportsKevin Cash is a Tampa native and went to Florida State.

Cleveland Indians, minor league manager Ted Kubiak part ways after 21 years | - Kubiak managed 16 years in the Indians' minor-league system.

Inbox: Should Tribe bring back righties to bolster staff? | - Jordan Bastian returns with his mailbag for you to compare and contrast with Hoynsie.

It's Pronounced "Lajaway" " Kluber’s Contract Extension - Should the Tribe extend Corey Kluber?

Is Nick Swisher Done? | FanGraphs Baseball - There’s a good hitter and good teammate lurking in there somewhere, and two healthy knees are all it should take to break him free.

Around the Horn

Atlanta Braves rebuilding with Opening Day 2017, new ballpark in mind - ESPN - Trading Jason Heyward was just the first step. John Hart and the Atlanta Braves are rebuilding with an eye on Opening Day 2017, when their new ballpark opens.

White Sox sign Adam LaRoche to two-year, $25 million deal | HardballTalk - The White Sox have signed first baseman Adam LaRoche to a two-year, $25 million deal.

Pirates are "essentially committed" to Pedro Alvarez as their starting first baseman | HardballTalk - Throwing problems forced a move away from third base.

Reds at least considering trading big names, reducing payroll | FOX Sports - It's public knowledge that the Reds are open to trading a starting pitcher. Such trades, however, are not the only ones the team is considering.

Dodgers acquire Joel Peralta from the Rays in a four-player trade | HardballTalk - The Dodgers get a potential solution for their setup man woes.