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Indians believe Yonder Alonso’s adjustments are not a one-year wonder

Morning News and Notes for Saturday, January 6, 2017

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Yonder Alonso is looking to be this year’s biggest acquisition after a breakout career year. Can Alonso repeat his success. The Indians are betting that he can.

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Yonder Alonso aims to build off new approach - "It was a purposeful adjustment that Yonder made," said Chris Antonetti, the Indians' president of baseball operations. "It's also not a one-year trend."

Preparations continue for Indians-Twins series in Puerto Rico - Although the ballpark sustained damage when Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm, MLB officials are confident that Hiram Bithorn Stadium will return to its normal functionality in advance of the series.

Indians prospect Eric Haase: Sleeper for 2018 - Minor League Ball - Cleveland catching prospect needs more attention

Left-hander Boone Logan, yet another free agent, says goodbye to Cleveland Indians | - Boone Logan has agreed to a one-year deal with the Brewers

Cleveland Indians believe Tribe Fest 2018's new, spacious venue is a game changer for fans | - Tribe Fest 2018 will take place Jan. 20 downtown at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.

How much did upset loss in ALDS cost Cleveland Indians in 2018 payroll? Hey, Hoynsie | - People have questions....

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