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Indians TV ratings on track to be the best since 2001

Morning News and Notes, Thursday, July 13, 2017

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One more day without Major League Baseball, crimestoppers. The Clippers are back at it tonight, though, in Toledo.

Cleveland Indians' TV ratings on pace to be their highest since 2001 |
The club is averaging a 7.52 household rating on SportsTime Ohio, per Nielsen data, an increase over 32 percent through 87 games last season.

At the All-Star break, a Conversation With Jason Kipnis on the Team's Struggles, His Struggles, and How They Can Get Back to the World Series | News Features | Cleveland Scene - Hey, have you heard Jason Kipnis is from Chicago? "If you watched any of the [World Series] games last year, they must have said it...

Indians look to be consistent in second half | - Courtesy of a weak AL Central, the Indians have been able to climb to first place despite injuries, inconsistencies and flaws. The team is hoping that consistency arrives with the second half.

Nunez slugs PCL to Triple-A All-Star win | News
Richie Shaffer homered and doubled, winning the game MVP award, but the PCL won the game.

Cleveland Indians prospects: Who can help soon? -- Terry Pluto (video) | - The Cleveland Indians have two starting pitchers, one outfielder and one catcher who might be able to come up from the minors this season and make an impact.

Every season brings reason for optimism, disappointment | Les Levine | - The point is that every year in baseball is a new year. It is not like it was when the New York Yankees seemed to win year after year after year.

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