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Indians Sign Yonder Alonso and Carlos Santana says goodbye

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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, December 21, 2017

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Carlos Santana wrote a letter thanking Indians fans for their support , published yesterday on indians.com. Meanwhile, later the same day, the Indians reportedly came to terms with free agent Yonder Alonso to be Santana’s replacement.

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Indians to sign Yonder Alonso | Cleveland Indians - On the same day the Carlos Santana era ended with him trying on his new Phillies jersey, Cleveland reached an agreement on a two-year pact with free agent Yonder Alonso.

Cleveland Indians have come to terms on two-year deal with first baseman Yonder Alonso | cleveland.com - The Indians have agreed to a two-year $16 million deal with free agent first baseman Yonder Alonso. The deal, subject to Alonso passing his physical, includes an $8 million vesting option, according to Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic.

The Indians Should Trade for Manny Machado | FanGraphs Baseball - But there’s one team that has the assets Baltimore is looking for, the incentive to make a substantial upgrade in 2018, and a spot for Machado in their line-up. The team that should land Manny Machado? The Cleveland Indians.

24 years ago, Omar Vizquel joined the Indians and began an 11-year odyssey of all-around brilliance | MLB.com - On Dec. 20, 1993, a then-26-year-old Vizquel was traded to the Indians in exchange for Felix Fermin, Reggie Jefferson and cash considerations ... and it'd be the only place he'd call home for the next 11 seasons.

Roberto Alomar highlights Akron RubberDucks' Hot Stove Banquet | cleveland.com
The Hall of Fame second baseman, who played for the Cleveland Indians from 1999 to 2001, will speak at the banquet on Friday, Feb. 9. It takes place at the Hilton Garden Inn in Akron.

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