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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, January 18, 2018

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But will he stay at catcher?

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Francisco Mejia is No. 1 catching prospect | Cleveland Indians - According to MLB Pipeline, in fact, there is no catching prospect who merits a higher ranking than the up-and-coming Tribe backstop.

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Cleveland Indians announce player development staff assignments for 2018 | cleveland.com - Some familiar faces will be in new places among the Cleveland Indians' minor league coaches and player development personnel.

Indians announce spring broadcast schedule - That quest will begin on Feb. 23, when the Indians take on the Reds in their first Cactus League clash of 2018. That game will be televised on SportsTime Ohio, along with nine others during the spring, as part of the Spring Training broadcast slate that was announced by the Indians on Tuesday.

At B-Lark University: Where Barry Larkin shapes young stars…until he’s ready to manage the Cincinnati Reds - Every offseason, players like Dee Gordon and Francisco Lindor seek out the private coaching of Barry Larkin. Take a visit to B-Lark University.

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