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Francisco Lindor leads Tribe homer spree in San Juan

Morning News and Notes for 4/18

Cleveland Indians  v Minnesota Twins Photo by Ricardo Arduengo/Getty Images

You may have heard. The Indians and Twins played in San Juan, Puerto Rico last night and will do so again tonight. Last night counted as a home game for the Twins. So will tonight’s. Happy about that, but why didn’t they just make it one for each team?

Anyways, Francisco Lindor was back in his native unincorporated territory (see, I didn’t say country, cle dot com) and you better believe he hit a home run. Twins pitchers were serving them up by the hundred, but that’s not the point.

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• Mike Napoli was carted off of a minor league field. That doesn’t sound good.

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• Mike Trout finally has non-crappy players around him.

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• Adam Ottavino is one of a kind.

• Ron Gardenhire has a new favorite store.