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Morning News and Notes for Saturday, February 17, 2018

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Mostly the usual pitchers and catchers report stuff in today’s report, but there is an interview with GM Mike Chernoff that stands out.

Indians News

Indians GM Mike Chernoff: “I’m Fielding A Lot Of Calls From Agents” « CBS Cleveland - Mike Chernoff talks about the health of Danny Salazar, the future for Jason Kipnis, the lack of movement in free agency and more.

How your favorite Cleveland Indians players spent the offseason (via social media) | cleveland.com - Take a look at how your favorite Indians players spent the offseason with a glimpse at their social media accounts.

20 Cleveland Indians prospects trying to make an impression at spring training in 2018 | cleveland.com - But occasionally, a rookie can turn heads in camp and earn himself a second look. Here are 20 candidates trying to make a big impression at spring training in 2018 with the hope of joining the big league roster someday soon.

On a revived Corey Kluber and the good fortune of Cleveland Indians pitching coach Carl Willis | cleveland.com - This time around Willis has landed into a field of four-leaf clovers. The Indians had the best rotation in the American League last season, including two-time Cy Young winner Corey Kluber. The entire rotation reported to spring training in Goodyear, Ariz., intact on Wednesday.

New Indians pitching coach keeping status quo - Willis is taking over for Mickey Callaway, who was hired to be the Mets' new manager in the offseason.

Corey Kluber says he's healthy, eyes title - Cy Young winner says he's healthy, gets to work immediately

Cincinnati, Cleveland minor leaguers given drug suspensions - Cleveland outfielder Carlos Ventura was banned for 72 games after a positive test for the performance-enhancing drug Stanozolol, the commissioner's office said Friday.

Cleveland Indians invitee Lisalverto Bonilla released to pursue job in Korea | cleveland.com - The Indians have announced that right-hander Lisalverto Bonilla has been released to pursue a job with the Samsung Lions in the Korean Baseball Organization.

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