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Indians News and Notes:Lockout averted with reported CBA agreement

Morning News and Notes, December 1, 2016

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The details (wherein, probably lies the devil) have yet to be announced, but MLB and its union will have labor peace, reportedly for five years.

MLB owners, players agree to new labor deal | - Major League Baseball's players and owners have agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement, sources tell's Richard Justice. The new agreement calls for a five-year deal, according to multiple reports.

Indians News

Indians face decisions at non-tender deadline | i By 11:59 p.m. ET on Friday night, Major League teams must determine whether to tender contracts to any arbitration-eligible players.

Dollars and sense: Examining the Cleveland Indians' payroll obligations for the 2017 season | - So what might the payroll look like in 2017? Let's take a look.

The View From Pluto: Indians Biggest Opponent: MLB’s Payroll Problem | WKSU - The Cleveland Indians did more than just win games to make it to the World Series. They beat the money game. The team’s $98 million payroll is ranked 23rd.

Dave Wallace Kept Akron Steady During Title Run | - Keeping the ship steady during the storm and then piloting it to a championship helped make Dave Wallace Baseball America’s Minor League Manager of the Year. In three seasons with Akron, Wallace has guided the RubberDucks to a 223-202 mark.

Around the League

Astros rumored to be leaders for Edwin Encarnacion, which would free them to deal prospects for Chris Sale

Yoenis Cespedes promises Mets a championship

Teams inquiring about Victor Martinez