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Morning News & Notes, Saturday, April 8, 2017.

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It’s not easy to be the second at something. The one that goes first gets most of the publicity and the person who goes second deals with many of the same problems without the recognition. So it has been with Jackie Robinson and Larry Doby. Doby integrated the Americian League, but Robinson integrated MLB. Now some Ohio lawmakers want to see that Doby gets some well-deserved recognition.

Cleveland 3 - Arizona 7

Sometimes, out on the range, a cowboy encounters a snake. Sometimes, the snake wins.

Game recaps : LGT | cleveland.com | Indians.com

Indians News

Kipnis itching to return from disabled list | indians.com - Jason Kipnis could begin rehab stint in Akron on Sunday.

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Hot start fuels talk of Lindor's MVP chances | indians.com - Anthony Castrovince says it’s not too early to consider Francisco Lindor as a possible MVP.

Creator Of 1947 Cleveland Indians Logo Speaks On Artwork | WMFD.com - Walter Goldbach, 87, discusses how the logo came to be.

Lego recreation of Tyler Naquin inside-the-park homer | news5cleveland.com - You need to see this if you haven’t already.

Bill introduced to honor Cleveland Indians Hall of Famer Larry Doby with Congressional Gold Medal | cleveland.com - This year represents the 70th anniversary of the integration of the American League.

Bats 7, Clippers 2 | Chisenhall takes first steps in rehab assignment - dispatch.com - “It wasn’t very good,” Chisenhall said of his infield hit, strikeout, fly-out to deep left and groundout to first. “But the shoulder didn’t affect anything I was doing. I put a couple of aggressive swings on balls and wasn’t compensating. I want to be aggressive with this. I’ll see how it feels tomorrow.”

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