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Indians happy for Kevin Cash, now need a new bullpen coach

Indians now must replace the new Tampa Bay manager. Plus, Yankees land "young Derek Jeter"?

Kevin Cash in action 4 years ago.
Kevin Cash in action 4 years ago.
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Tribe Related

More on Kevin Cash being named manager of the Rays:

Tampa Bay Rays hire Kevin Cash as manager; Cleveland Indians need new bullpen coach | - Internal candidates to replace Cash as the Indians new bullpen coach include Charles Nagy, Jason Bere, Chris Tremie, Dave Wallace, Ruben Niebla and Armando Camacaro. The Indians were also expected to interview candidates from outside the organization.

Tampa Bay Rays name Kevin Cash manager | Tampa Bay Times - "They just got about as quality a person and a coach as you're ever going to find," Francona said. "He impacted so many people so quickly in Cleveland. Just every day, he helped everybody, including myself. I don't think he realized how much he impacted everybody, but he did a fabulous job.

Kevin Cash fixes pitchers: the Carlos Carrasco story - DRaysBay - A closer look at the new Rays manager.

More on the Winter Meetings

Indians seek ways to fine-tune at Meetings | - Jordan Bastian previews the Indians at the Winter Meetings

Jim Ingraham: Nick Swisher’s contract hinders Cleveland Indians agenda at baseball winter meetings - Beat writer Jim Ingraham previews the Winter Meetings,

If Cleveland Indians land Brandon Moss, it will be 1-for-1 deal with Oakland Athletics | - It seems like everything is done except the trade itself.

Around the Horn

Yankees get Didi Gregorius from Diamondbacks | HardballTalk - Former general manager Kevin Towers once said of Gregorius: "When I saw him he reminded me of a young Derek Jeter." And now he’ll get a chance to replace an old Derek Jeter.

Yankees Get Help, Tigers Get Help, D-Backs Get Projects | FanGraphs Baseball - Jeff Sullivan breaks down the trade.

Dodgers hire Nick Francona to assist with player development - LA Times - The Dodgers have hired Nick Francona, who spent 2014 working in the Angels front office and handling instant-replay duties during games in the first half of the season, to be their assistant director of player development, the Angels confirmed Friday.

Andrew Miller signs with the Yankees for four years, $36 million | HardballTalk - One of the best relievers on the market is heading to New York.

Jayson Werth sentenced to 10 days in jail for reckless driving | HardballTalk - They do NOT mess around in Fairfax County, Virginia

Luis Tiant Deserves A Place In Baseball’s Hall Of Fame | Cognoscenti - A case for LGFT hurler Luis Tiant