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More food options at Progressive Field next year for Indians fans

Plus, the Indians' underperformance in 2015 was legendary.

Ketchup, wrapping cheating in patriotism
Ketchup, wrapping cheating in patriotism
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Indians expand concession offerings | - Continuing with the neighborhood-themed concession stops introduced last year, the club announced Wednesday that three more local restaurants have agreed to join the fold for the 2016 season.

Cleveland Indians' renovations at Progressive Field on track to be completed by Opening Day | - An Indians spokesman said Wednesday that there is "no doubt" that Phase II of the Progressive Field renovations will be complete by Opening Day on April 4.

Does Cleveland Indians' front office have sense of urgency? Hey, Hoynsie | - Do the Indians suffer from a lack of urgency in the front office or are they simply under funded when it comes to putting a championship team on the field? Hey, Hoynsie! ponders this question and others. Standard warnings apply.

Around the Horn

Let's assign the best remaining free agents to new homes - - If the offseason ends soon, the regular season will start sooner. That's just science. So let's  finish this offseason.

Tigers win offseason with Upton, Zimmermann | - No Dave Dombrowski? No problem for the Tigers -- at least not in the short term.

The Record Underperformance of 2015 – The Hardball Times - Regardless of which method you want to use, 2015 gave us the biggest team underperformance in the years with data available—though the models disagree about which team that was. By third-order wins, it was the Indians — they finished more than 12 wins below where they were expected. By BaseRuns, it was the A’s, with a similarly affected record.

The 10 best MLB pickups nobody is talking about. -Lost in all the discussion about the nine-figure notables and blockbuster swaps of the baseball offseason are the people on the periphery. So let's round up some of them here in this discussion of the best acquisitions nobody's talking about.

Daniel Norris beats cancer looks ahead to 2016 | - Daniel Norris beat thyroid cancer. Then he surfed in Nicaragua. He also went back home to Johnson City, Tenn., where he served as the grand marshal for the annual holiday parade. And he drove his van to Oregon with filmmaker Ben Moon, a trip that lasted three weeks.