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Cleveland to host Sunday Night Baseball for the first time since 2009

Morning News and Notes, December 22, 2013

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Now that the Indians are the American League champions, the mighty ESPN has found Cleveland worthy of hosting Sunday Night Baseball. No comment on how many times the Cubs, Cards and Yankees are playing on Sunday night.

Indians News

Cleveland Indians to host ESPN Sunday Night Baseball game for the first time since 2009 | - The Indians will host the Tigers at Progressive Field on the network's July 9 edition of Sunday Night Baseball.

Indians trying to land Edwin Encarnacion | - The Indians have been "pulling out all the stops" in their pursuit of Encarnacion, according to a report by MLB Network's Jon Heyman, citing multiple sources.

Indians Brady Aiken ready for a healthy 2017 | - As Brady Aiken looks ahead to 2017, he'll do so without lingering questions about his health, a feeling he hasn't experienced in a couple of seasons.

Cleveland Indians legend Mike Hargrove will get lifetime achievement honor at 17th Greater Cleveland Sports Awards | - Cleveland Indians legend Mike Hargrove will be the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award during the 17th Annual Greater Cleveland Sports Awards on Jan. 26 at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel.

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