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Morning News and Notes, Saturday, June 10, 2017

MLB: Oakland Athletics at Cleveland Indians Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland 7 - Chicago (AL) 3

Recaps: LGT | indians.com | cleveland.com

After spotting the White Sox a 3-2 lead, the Indians got a timely go-ahead home run from Edwin Encarnacion. Klubot and the bullpen shut the White Sox down and - get this - the offense added late runs!

Indians News

Last year, the Cavaliers’ team motto was “All In.” Frankie Lindor threatens to take “all in” to a different level if the Indians don’t pick their game up.

Francisco Lindor says he will shave his head bald if the Indians don't start winning | MLB.com
After Knott made a comment about his hair, Lindor grabbed the mic another time and said "If we don't start winning, I'm going to shave it like him."

Indians entering amateur draft without a first-round pick but OK with price tag for Edwin Encarnacion - Indians - Ohio
The Indians’ first pick in the draft won’t be until the 64th selection. That has forced them to alter their view of the draft, because the time they’ve allotted to scouting the players expected to go in the first five to 10 picks has been decreased in order to get some additional looks at players with a higher chance of being available once the Indians are finally on the clock.

Ron Hassey on career with Indians | MLB.com
Former Indians catcher Ron Hassey talks about his career with the Indians as well as his experience with coaching and managing (video)

Danny Salazar's stay with Double-A Akron cut short because of barking shoulder | cleveland.com
Salazar reported shoulder stiffness during a throwing session. The Indians flew him back to Cleveland, where he underwent an MRI, which revealed some inflammation.

How will the Cleveland Indians play Saturday night? Rant of the week | cleveland.com
The AL Central is still there for the taking, but at the moment the division is secondary. The Indians need to worry about themselves. They have to find a way to carry their game from one day to the next.

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