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Chief Wahoo issue to be “resolved” within a couple of years, says Paul Dolan

Morning News and Notes, Thursday, May 11, 2017

Minnesota Twins v Cleveland Indians Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

Cleveland 7 - Toronto 8

Recaps : LGT | |

This game had everything: a starting pitching meltdown, a bullpen meltdown, an injury-producing swing, Jason Kipnis and Brandon Guyer with key hits, Yandy Diaz “playing” the outfield, Michael Martinez, gastrointestinal illness, and a Ryan Goins walk-off hit.

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Dolan talks about trip to Israel, baseball | Sports |
Paul Dolan said he favors a reduced use of Wahoo without eliminating the logo, but he suspects the logo will be resolved one way or the other within a couple of years.

For Maine tribe, a lasting sting - The Boston Globe
The Penobscots revere Louis Sockalexis, the son of a tribal chief whose baseball exploits apparently prompted Cleveland to use “Indians” as a nickname. Now, they hope pressure from Major League Baseball on the team will move it away from a cartoonish logo.

Cleveland Indians' Corey Kluber's stay on the disabled list will be extended |
Right-hander Corey Kluber was eligible to be activated on Saturday, but that's not going to happen. Manager Terry Francona said Kluber needs more time on the disabled list to deal with a strained lower back.

Abraham Almonte, Yan Gomes exit game early |
Almonte is “day to day”. Gomes had gastrointestinal issues.

Ex-MLB pitcher extends record winning streak in S. Korean baseball
Former major league pitcher Jeff Manship extended his record winning streak in South Korean baseball on Wednesday.

MLB investigating the firing of Nick Francona by Dodgers

Francona, 31, told MLB in a letter he believed the Dodgers gradually pushed him out of his job as assistant director of player development following his decision to seek an assessment at Home Base, a Boston-area organization dedicated to helping veterans treat so-called invisible wounds of war.

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