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Et tu, Cody?

Morning News and Notes for Saturday, August 25, 2018

Cleveland Indians v Kansas City Royals Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images

Cleveland 4 - Kansas City 5

Recaps: LGT | MLB

I fell asleep before the top of the ninth last night. I didn’t see the meltdown. I don’t have to have seen this one because I’ve seen all the others. Now that the Indians have Brad Hand and (a fixed?) Andrew Miller, how can they keep running Cody Allen out in the ninth?

Other Indians News

Indians being cautious with Andrew Miller - The Indians have not used Miller in consecutive games since May 22-23, and he has not appeared in back-to-back games overall since July 30-31, when he was on a Minor League rehab with Triple-A Columbus. In his first eight outings off the DL,

Royals burn Cody Allen, Indians with consecutive homers in ninth for 5-4 victory | - Closer Cody Allen allowed consecutive homers to Ryan O'Hearn and Hunter Dozier in the ninth inning Friday night as Kansas City rallied for a 5-4 win over the Indians at Kauffman Stadium

Kauffman Stadium fountain leak delays Cleveland Indians vs. Kansas City Royals: see social media reaction | - Water leaked onto the field at Kauffman Stadium on Friday as the Cleveland Indians played the Kansas City Royals.

Trevor Bauer, Fame, and the Right of Publicity | FanGraphs Baseball - Some legal analysis.

Royals’ Salvador Perez keeps promise to hit home run | The Kansas City Star
Colin Couch, a 21-year-old from Olathe who has cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair, was waiting for him. The two embraced before Perez offered a promise. “Homer! Homer! Tonight for you,” the Royals catcher said. “I got you.”

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