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Do the Indians need a lefthander in the rotation?

The people want to know and Hoynsie has an answer.

Danny Salazar, throwing with his right hand.
Danny Salazar, throwing with his right hand.
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Tribe Related

Does Cleveland Indians' starting rotation lean too far right? Hey, Hoynsie | - Are the Indians bringing a left-hander to spring training who could possibly break into their all right-handed rotation? Hey, Hoynsie! answers all the burning questions.

Craig Stammen excited to continue career back home in Ohio with the Cleveland Indians - Daily Call - - Being close to home also was a major selling point for Cleveland as it will be easier for his friends and family to visit and watch games.

Indians add veterans to improve solid roster | - Up and down the American League Central, the Indians' rivals made blockbuster moves this offseason. Cleveland added a handful of complementary pieces, putting more stock in keeping its core together than doing anything dramatic on the winter stage.

The 16 greatest athletes from the 716 - NeXt - The Buffalo News - An ex-Indian makes the list.

Around the Horn

Examining Baseball Hall of Fame predictions with 22 years of hindsight | NBC SportsWorld - Over 20 years ago, Bill James used a special formula to predict the Baseball Hall of Fame classes. The results were pretty remarkable. JoePos explores.

Year After Effect: Five pitchers at injury risk | - "Shutdowns of healthy pitchers and pre-determined caps on innings have become commonplace, lest their young arms be endangered by something I call The Year After Effect, in which too many innings piled on too quickly could increase the risk of regression or injury."

Fenway Park transforms into winter sports park for Big Air skiing and snowboarding event | FOX Sports - Fenway Park bringing ski-jumping from mountains to downtown Boston

Giants’ Gaylord Perry to get statue at AT&T Park - SFGate - The club announced Monday that on Aug. 13, it will unveil a statue of pitcher Gaylord Perry, who won 134 games for the Giants to start a 22-year major-league career that resulted in 314 wins, 3,534 strikeouts and his 1991 Hall of Fame induction. Perry also pitched for the Indians.

The Jewish Press " " Unforgettable Al Rosen - "My father informed me that Rosen was Jewish and I targeted him as one of the players I would follow closely."