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Jose Ramirez - Heart, hustle and steal of the century

Morning News and Notes, Thursday, July 26, 2018

Pittsburgh Pirates v Cleveland Indians Photo by Ron Schwane/Getty Images

Cleveland 4 - Pittsburgh 0

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It took a shutout to end Pittsburgh’s 11-game winning streak. Trevor Bauer was up to the task, with help from the new guys in the pen.

Other Indians News

Jose Ramirez named Cleveland Indians Heart and Hustle Award honoree by MLB alumni players | - Cleveland Indians All-Star Jose Ramirez, known for running the bases as if his hair was on fire, has been honored by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association as the team's Heart and Hustle Award honoree.

Signing Jose Ramirez was steal of the century - Consider this: The best player in baseball not named Mike Trout is making less than $2.5 million this year. Over the next three years, he will make $19 million … total. This is not to blame anyone. This isn't a sad story. The player and team happily signed this contract. It was a great fit for both of them.

Andrew Miller continues Minor League rehab - "I feel healthy, which is good," Miller said on Wednesday at Progressive Field, where he was to meet with pitching coach Carl Willis.

Cleveland Indians' Edwin Encarnacion prefers to hit with two hands, but he's doing fine with one | - The Indians DH is still trying to work around a bone bruise on his right hand. He says he's getting close to 100 percent, but he still can't use his normal swing, in which he keeps both hands on the bat for as long as possible, so he's improvising by dropping his right hand off the bat after contact.

MLB -- Real or Not? Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer is Cy Young favorite - Known for his opinionated personality, Trevor Bauer is putting it all together and establishing himself as one of the top starters in baseball.

The Soul of Buck O’Neil - Joe Posnanski - It’s not Indians related. It’s life related. Just read this.

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