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Indians to host Thanksgiving at Progressive Field

News and Notes for Saturday, November 23, 2019

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Dueling Inboxes this week. Mandy Bell v Hoynsie in a beat writer cage match.

Indians News

Inbox: Will McKenzie start for Tribe in '20? - People have questions. Those who want better answers ask Mandy Bell.

Are Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona and other managers losing dugout power? Hey, Hoynsie - - People have questions. Inexplicably, some choose to ask Hoynsie.

Cleveland Indians, Delaware North to host Thanksgiving at Progressive Field - Indians owner Paul Dolan, president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti, general manager Mike Chernoff and more executives will be at the event to assist in serving meals to those on hand from area charities.

Owner Paul Dolan once again standing all alone at the top of Cleveland Indians - - The Indians have been playing baseball in the American League since 1901. They’ve been owned by 16 different groups, but none longer than Paul Dolan and his family.

Toolshed: Reasons for AL fans to give thanks | News - With American Thanksgiving coming up next Thursday, Toolshed counts the reasons fans of the 15 American League farm systems should be thankful this offseason.

U.S. Baseball pros arrive to claim Israeli citizenship, qualify for Olympics - Sports - - Led by Ryan Lavarnway, who played for six MLB teams.

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