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Scenes from Cleveland Indians Truck Day

Now it's Spring

On its way to Arizona.
On its way to Arizona.
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Hope you had a happy Truck Day

Cleveland Indians set for spring on Truck Day | - "I don't know what they're talking about with this Punxsutawney Phil," quipped Marty Bokovitz, the Indians' assistant home clubhouse manager. "This is the first day of spring right here, isn't it? When the trucks roll out, everybody gets excited. Spring is starting. Baseball's back. It should be a holiday."

'This is like taking 65 kids on a two-month vacation': Cleveland Indians embark on another year of spring training | - The Cleveland Indians' assistant clubhouse manager and the rest of his crew loaded a pair of trucks that are scheduled to arrive at the team's complex in Goodyear, Arizona, on Tuesday.

Other Tribe News

Will The Donald try to buy Cleveland Indians again if he's not nominated? Hey, Hoynsie | - Hey, Hoynsie! takes on the yuge questions. Yuge.

KATOH Projects: Cleveland Indians Prospects | FanGraphs Baseball - Yet another prospect ranking.

Closing time: How does a minor leaguer know when to call it a career if he never got a big league chance? | - When do those players know that it's time to call it a career, to squash that last hope of a shot at stardom? How does one walk away when he has strived toward the same goal for so long?

The curious case of Trevor Bauer - Beyond the Box Score - Cleveland's rotation is stacked—and Trevor Bauer has a shot at making it even better.

Around the Horn

Rays outfielder attempts to eat 35-ounce steak to raise money for charity | FOX Sports - Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier channeled his inner-Joey Chestnut on Thursday, attempting to eat a 35-ounce ribeye steak as part of an event to raise money for charity

The Rays are REALLY ready to get to work on that new ballpark – HardballTalk - Last month St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay Rays reached an agreement that would allow the Rays to seek a new ballpark outside of the St. Pete city limits, anywhere in the Bay Area.

AP NewsBreak: AP source: Arrieta, Cubs agree at $10.7M - A person familiar with the negotiations says Chicago Cubs ace Jake Arrieta has agreed to a $10.7 million, one-year contract, avoiding arbitration with the highest one-year deal for a pitcher with four years of major league service.w