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Impending Jason Kipnis activation means someone else has to go

Morning News & Notes, Thursday, April 20, 2017

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Rain 1 - Cleveland v. Minnesota 0

Indians-Twins postponed | (Major League Baseball) - - The Twins' scheduled game against the Indians on Wednesday night at Target Field has been postponed due to rain. It will be made up as part of a split doubleheader on Saturday, June 17.

Indians News

When the Cleveland Indians activate Jason Kipnis from disabled list, who goes and who stays? | (

Manager Terry Francona said that Jason Kipnis under "the best case scenario' could be activated Friday when the Indians open a series against the White Sox. If that happens, there's only one roster-clearing move the Indians should make, says Paul Hoynes.

Baseball | Red Sox great Luis Tiant had plan to deal with racism | Charlotte Observer (charlotteobserver)

Former Indians pitcher Luis Tiant recalls that “we were not treated like a human” when the Cuban's U.S. career began. But he felt he could change that.

Pro baseball player and wife to open second Orangetheory studio in the Charlotte area | Charlotte Observer (charlotteobserver)

Husband-and-wife business partners Chris and Kelli Narveson are opening their second Orangetheory Fitness studio in Fort Mill’s Kingsley shopping center this summer. Chris Narveson currently pitches for the Columbus Clippers.

Mike Greenwell's Fun Park brings amusement to Cape Coral (The News-Press)

The area behind the facility’s indoor arcade and games building has become a full-fledged amusement park, run by former Indians farmhand Bo Greenwell.

Nick Goody learned about his move to the Cleveland Indians while honeymooning in the Caribbean | (

"You want to know and feel secure that you have a place to be," Goody said. "It's always going through your mind. That's the first time I had been [let go]."

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