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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, March 8, 2018

MLB: Spring Training-Chicago Cubs at Cleveland Indians Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland 6, Chicago (NL) 11

Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians pounded by Chicago Cubs, 11-6 | cleveland.com - Bauer allowed seven runs on eight hits in 3 1/3 innings in his third start of the spring.

Francisco Lindor shows off defense vs. Cubs - During Wednesday's 11-6 loss to the Cubs, Lindor wasted no time in wowing the fans at Goodyear Ballpark with some dynamic plays on the field. The shortstop was involved in a pair of defensive gems in the first inning, but a diving stop against Chicago's Tommy La Stella was the real jaw-dropper.

Other Indians News

Michael Brantley bats in simulated game - On Field 2 at the Indians' complex on Wednesday afternoon, Brantley had four at-bats against live pitching in a simulated game, which comes with an environment more akin to golf than the big leagues

Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians pounded by Chicago Cubs, 11-6 | cleveland.com - Bauer allowed seven runs on eight hits in 3 1/3 innings in his third start of the spring.

wkyc.com | Cleveland Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger embraces use science in baseball - Like Bauer, Clevinger has found comfort in using science to improve his game, and feels it will make him a stronger starter in 2018.

Terry Francona likes Francisco Lindor up and Bradley Zimmer down in Cleveland Indians' lineup | cleveland.com - Manager Terry Francona likes Francisco Lindor in the leadoff spot and said he'd probably try to hit Bradley Zimmer lower in the order.

If this is Lonnie Chisenhall's last chapter with the Cleveland Indians, he'd like to write a winner | cleveland.com - He has shown the ability to adapt and that has allowed him to approach his 11th season with the same organization. In a year when so many talented players are still looking for work in early March, that is not a small thing.

Indians Pipeline Spring Training report - Twelve of the first 15 players on MLB Pipeline's Indians Top 30 Prospects list are hitters.

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