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Indians News and Notes: One more off day on which to speculate

Morning News and Notes, July 14, 2016

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The Indians have another off day before beginning the second half at Minnesota on Friday. You have another night off, Tribe fans. See a movie. Read a book, Catch some Pokemon.

Indians News

The Indians Have Another Rookie of the Year Candidate | FanGraphs Baseball - Fangraphs examines Tyler Naquin's rookie year so far.

Indians in first place to begin second half | - The Indians are finally in control of their own destiny. For the first time since manager Terry Francona took the helm in Cleveland, the club will begin the second half in first place in the American League Central.

Cheap And Talented: These MLB Teams Are Winning Big Without Breaking The Bank - Forbes - While baseball is known more for it's big spending teams, a few clubs have had great success this season despite having some of the lowest payrolls in the MLB.

Michael Brantley, Roberto Perez working their way back for Cleveland Indians | - Brantley and catcher Roberto Perez played a rehab game for Class A Lake County on Wednesday night against the Grand Rapids Kernals at Classic Park.

Numbers to know: Which Cleveland Indians first-half statistics are sustainable? | - How have the Indians reached this point? Stout starting pitching and a balanced, productive lineup. Can those trends continue in the second half?

Jim Ingraham: Signs point to continued success for Indians — The Medina County Gazette - Game 1 of the World Series, which dates to 1903, has NEVER been played in Cleveland.

Larry Doby nominated for Congressional Gold Medal - Baseball - - In 1947, the same year Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play in Major League baseball, Doby was signed to the Cleveland Indians, making him the second to move from the Negro Leagues into the national spotlight, only months after Robinson.

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