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Cleveland Indians Sunday News and Notes: MLB still taking its winter nap

As the MLB world recovers from the holidays, we glean the Internet for anything tangibly related to baseball.

Yes, this parade is as crazy as it looks (Coney Island Polar Bear New Year's plunge)
Yes, this parade is as crazy as it looks (Coney Island Polar Bear New Year's plunge)
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Um...hey, some song lyrics!

It's winter-fall

Read skies are gleaming, oh
Sea-gulls are flyin' over
Swans are floatin' by
Smoking chimney-tops
Am I dreaming?
Am I dreaming?

There's a silky moon up in the sky, yeah
Children are fantasizing
Grown-ups are standin' by
What a super feeling
Am I dreaming?
Am I dreaming?

(Dreaming) Tranquil and blissful
(Dreaming) There's a kind of magic in the air
(Dreaming) What a truly magnificent view
(Dreaming) A breathtaking scene
(With the dreams of the world
In the palm of your hand)

(Dreaming) A little this, a little that
(Dreaming) Sound of merry laughter skippin' by
(Dreaming) Gentle rain beatin' on my face
(Dreaming) What an extraordinary place!
(And the dream of the child
Is the hope of the, hope of the man)

Like a landscape painting in the sky, yeah
Mountains are zoomin' higher, uh
Little girls scream an' cry
My world is spinnin', and spinnin', and spinnin'
It's unbelievable
Sends me reeling
Am I dreaming?
Am I dreaming?

The nights draw in

(Dreaming) So quiet and peaceful

(Dreaming) A cozy fireside chat

It's all so beautiful

Oooh, it's bliss

MLB News

Projecting 2016 MLB statistical leaders |

No real surprises: a lot of Giancarlo Stanton and Clayton Kershaw.

Sixteen people to watch in baseball in 2016.

Anthony Castrovince gives us 16 (get it?)  that will be headlining baseball stories in 2016

Hoffarth: Here’s hoping Scully and Enberg have role on 2016 MLB All-Star broadcast

He has a great idea, and I'd take it one step further: have Scully and Enberg (who are both retiring after this season) call the entire game. Please.

Jon Heyman has left CBS Sports

He will still appear on MLB Network, though, so there's that.

WATCH: Mike Trout pushes tractor tire with dumbbells tumbling inside -

Also, there are calves mentioned, which might be of interest to LGT readers.