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No word yet on Trevor Bauer arbitration result

Morning News and Notes, Saturday, February 10, 2018

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If J.D. Martinez really is ‘fed up’ with the Red Sox, here are options - SweetSpot- ESPN - The case for the Indians to sign Martinez

Son of former Cleveland Indians owner Bill Veeck glad to see 'Chief Wahoo' logo will be eliminated - "Bill Veeck would've been all for the change and would've done it before now," Mike Veeck said when contacted by OTL about last week's announcement by Major League Baseball that Cleveland will rid uniforms of the logo after the 2018 season.

Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar, writer Sheldon Ocker share Indians stories with fans at RubberDucks Hot Stove Banquet - “It was an unbelievable feeling playing with Omar,” Alomar said. “The key to our success was that we had fun playing the game. We used to go there early and practice and I think it helped us to become the combination we were. The key was just going out and having fun.”

Cleveland Indians, Trevor Bauer went to arbitration Thursday, but no winner has been announced | - Bauer and his representatives argued their case against the Indians on Thursday in front of an arbitration panel in Phoenix. Word is it's going to take "a day or two" to find out who won because the result could influence the outcome of other young starting pitchers who are having their arbitration cases heard.

Cleveland Indians, favored to repeat as AL Central champs, quietly prepare for spring training | - They are still perusing the free-agent market where over 120 unsigned players remain, but for now they seem content to wait.

With talented roster, Indians eye postseason - For the Indians, much of the same group that won 102 games and cruised to the American League Central crown last year returns for the 2018 campaign.

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