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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, June 28, 2018

Cleveland Indians v St Louis Cardinals Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

Cleveland 5 - St. Louis 1

Recaps: LGT | MLB

The Indians’ bats showed up and Shane Bieber kept the Cardinals in check to get the Indians back in the win column. The Indians have a travel day today before starting a series in Oakland tomorrow.

Other Indians News

Carlos Carrasco in line to return next week - Pitching on Saturday would put Carrasco in line to potentially come off the DL on July 6 for a start at home against the A's.

A rehab start for Carlos Carrasco and 3 other things we learned about the Cleveland Indians | cleveland.com - Carlos Carrasco, 14 days after taking a 100 mph line drive off his right elbow, is scheduled take the mound in a rehab start for Class AA Akron on Saturday.

Five to Remember: Omar Vizquel, the shortstop who was our sunshine -- Bill Livingston | cleveland.com - "On a team dominated by sullen Albert Belle's personality, going to Vizquel's locker was like watching the sun rush up from banks of dark, glowering clouds and light the morning."

Anniversary of Bartolo Colon trade to Expos | MLB.com - But, all these years later, what nobody in Cleveland could have expected is which player in the deal would be the last one still playing.

Loizzo gets to know the road of pro baseball scouting | Sports | gazettextra.com - When Pete Loizzo graduated from St. Olaf College in 2011, he figured he might pursue a masters degree, coach baseball and/or get into teaching. But on Tuesday night, he was in a hotel in Indianapolis, doing reports on some of the top high school baseball players in the Midwest.

Mejia, Allard among IL All-Star selections | MiLB.com News - A pair of MLB.com top-100 prospects -- Cleveland catcher Francisco Mejia (No. 17 overall), who will be playing at his home park in Columbus, and Braves lefty Kolby Allard (No. 51) -- will lead the IL squad against their Pacific Coast League counterparts on July 11, the circuit announced Wednesday.

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