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So long, Oscar Gamble

Morning News and Notes, February 1, 2018

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Let’s take a break from picking at each other about Chief Wahoo long enough to remember former Indian Oscar Gamble.

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Oscar Gamble made Buck O'Neil proud - Buck O'Neil loved to tell the story of how he discovered Gamble, according to Joe Posnanski.

Ex-Indians hitter Oscar Gamble, a 1970s baseball icon for his unique batting stance and hairdo, dead at 68 | - Ex-Cleveland Indians slugger Oscar Gamble, whose unique batting stance and Afro hairdo made him a 1970s baseball icon, is dead at 68.

Indians’ Jose Ramirez, translator Anna Bolton a winning team behind the scenes - Because Ramirez so often is in demand for interviews based on his contributions at the plate, in the field and on the bases, Bolton’s association with the 25-year-old native of the Dominican Republic has brought her into the public eye.

The Cleveland Indians should change their name, but to what? - - The Indians are (mostly) getting rid of Chief Wahoo. Now about that name ...

Danny Salazar aims to win rotation job - Danny Salazar has been touted as an ace-in-the-making for several seasons now, but the power that exits in his right arm has yet to fully coordinate with his potential. So, once again, the pitcher will report to Spring Training with uncertainty surrounding his job status.

With Chief Wahoo gone, what could the Cleveland Indians' uniforms look like in 2019 and beyond? | - Here are five burning questions about what the Cleveland Indians' uniforms could look like in 2019 and beyond.

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