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Will Francisco Mejia make the Opening Day Roster?

Morning News and Notes for Saturday, March 10, 2018

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Could Francisco Mejia make the opening day roster? Anything is possible. Will he? Not likely. The news here is that his potential has people asking the question. Lots of teams don’t have the problem of leaving a talent like Mejia off their 25-man roster.

Cleveland 8, Colorado 5

Corey Kluber strikes out seven, Francisco Mejia homers as the Cleveland Indians rock the Rockies, 8-5 | - Corey Kluber struck out seven and Francisco Mejia had three hits and three RBI on Friday as the Indians beat Colorado, 8-5, at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, Ariz. in a spring-training game.

Other Indians News

Cleveland Indians make first roster cuts; infielders Willie Castro, Yu Chang optioned to Class AA | - The Indians on Friday optioned shortstops Willi Castro and Yu Chang to Class AA Akron and re-assigned first baseman Nellie Rodriguez, right-hander Cole Sulser and left-hander Robert Zarate to minor league camp in the first roster cut of spring training.

Will Francisco Mejia make Indians' roster? | - People have questions. Some want good answers from Jordan Bastian.

Yandy Diaz may not have spot on Tribe roster - Barring something unforeseen, Indians manager Terry Francona said the debate about Diaz will center around not only the roster composition, but whether the third baseman will be better served opening in the Minors.

Cleveland Indians don't need Yandy Diaz to "launch,' they just want him to keep swinging | - "The best way to mess him up is to try to get him to pull the ball in the air," Francona told reporters in Goodyear, Ariz. "He won't be the hitter he is. We know that."

Scouting Corey Kluber as an Exercise | FanGraphs Baseball - Does Kluber have ace potential?

Mets ownership reportedly said no to Jason Kipnis trade that would've been huge win - - The Mets could've had Kipnis at the cost of Paul Sewald

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