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Indians reach agreement with Salazar and Chisenhall; Bauer remains unsigned

Morning News and Notes, Saturday, January 13, 2018

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And then there was one.

With the signings yesterday of Lonnie Chisenhall and Danny Santana, only Trevor Bauer remains unsigned of all the Indians who are eligible for arbitration. projects a Bauer signing at $7.7M following Bauer’s breakout year.

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Indians avoid arb with Salazar, Chisenhall - The Indians put the finishing touch on a pair of arbitration cases Friday, agreeing to one-year contracts with pitcher Danny Salazar and outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall. Only right-hander Trevor Bauer remains on Cleveland's arbitration to-do list.

Cleveland Indians avoid arbitration with Danny Salazar, exchange salary figures with Trevor Bauer | - The Cleveland Indians and pitcher Danny Salazar have reached an agreement on a one-year, $5 million deal to avoid arbitration, according to reports Friday.

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Heyman | Mets Nearly Traded For Indians 2B Jason Kipnis - Kipnis would have solved the Mets’ second base issue, and the Mets wouldn’t have had to give the Indians much in the way of prospects...

Tribe Fest 2018 set for Jan. 20 at Huntington Convention Center - Upward of 10,000 fans are expected for two sessions of the ticketed event previously staged at Progressive Field from 2013 to 2015, Aloft Cleveland Hotel in 2016 and Cleveland Clinic’s Intercontinental Hotel in 2017.

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