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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, June 21, 2018

Chicago White Sox v Cleveland Indians Photo by Ron Schwane/Getty Images

Cleveland 12- Chicago (AL) 0

Recaps: LGT | Indians.com

Klubot is back.

Other Indians News

Chris Antonetti on Trade Deadline strategy -Over the next six weeks leading up to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, the Tribe's decision-makers plan on leaving no stones unturned in their search for reinforcements for the stretch run to October.

Seven things we learned from Chris Antonetti about the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday | cleveland.com - "This season, we've had some unexpected performances and a substantial amount of injuries in the bullpen," said Antonetti. "I've been encouraged the last few weeks to have a little bit more stability in the bullpen."

Indians' Trevor Bauer sues trainer for using his likeness - "Cleveland Indians pitching Trevor Bauer is suing a Louisiana-based trainer for unauthorized use of his likeness and image through posts on his website, biomechanical breakdowns on YouTube and multiple mentions in a program that pledges significant gains in pitching velocity, according to court documents obtained by Yahoo Sports"

Jose Ramirez hits 22nd home run vs. White Sox - "Jose never gives away an at-bat," Chris Antonetti, the Indians' president of baseball operations, said prior to Wednesday's game. "Every single at-bat that he's up there, he is competing and finding a way to try to get a pitch to hit and hit it hard somewhere.

Indians notebook: Mike Clevinger, Trevor Bauer find a baseball relationship that’s finding results - The two, in some ways, are polar opposites with how they might take in information and use it to their advantage. And yet, Bauer and Clevinger have been paired together in a now invaluable baseball relationship. And it is one that has helped Clevinger in his breakout 2018 season.

On Corey Kluber, Jose Ramirez and tranquil victories by the Cleveland Indians | cleveland.com - Cody Allen and Zach McAllister were playing Ping Pong in the middle of the Tribe clubhouse. There hasn't been a Ping Pong table in the clubhouse since Charlie Manuel was manager.

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