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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, August 39, 2018

MLB: Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland 3 - Minnesota 4

Recaps: LGT | MLB

I have nothing to add to the flames raging in the bullpen.

Indians News

Cleveland Indians place Andrew Miller on DL with shoulder impingement, recall Tyler Olson | cleveland.com - The Indians announced this afternoon they have placed reliever Andrew Miller on the disabled list with an impingement in his left shoulder, and they have recalled left-hander Tyler Olson from Columbus.

Andrew Miller goes on DL with shoulder injury - Prior to the Tribe's game against the Twins, the Indians placed Miller on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to Monday) due to an external impingement in his left shoulder. This marks Miller's third trip to the DL this season, following issues with his right knee (May 26) and left hamstring (April 26).

Twins vs. Indians exclusively on Facebook - MLB's digital-only national broadcasts continue with Thursday's Twins-Indians contest at Progressive Field, which will stream live in the United States exclusively on Facebook.

Don't worry, Tribe fans: Corey Kluber didn't really like his beard that much, either | cleveland.com - Corey Kluber's beard is gone.

Cleveland Indians announce 2019 spring training schedule for Cactus League games in Goodyear, Ariz. | cleveland.com - Opening day for exhibition play is Saturday, Feb. 23 against Cincinnati.

Cleveland Indians announce sensory inclusive initiative in Progressive Field | cleveland.com - The Indians gameday staff, which include ambassadors and fan-services employees, have been trained to recognize fans with sensory needs and how to handle a sensory overload situation.

Cleveland’s Left Side Is the Best Side | FanGraphs Baseball - To say that Lindor and Ramirez are a dangerous pair isn’t a flaming hot take. They’ve been so productive, however, that the time has come to ask not where the rank relative to their peers but to other shortstop/third-base combinations in major-league history.

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