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Morning News and Notes, Saturday December 21

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The word on the MLB street is that the Indians have asked teams to show how interested they are in Francisco Lindor by giving the Tribe their best offer. Reportedly, the Indians will decide over the weekend whether they will take one of the offers.

Set your speculation shields to maximum, crimestoppers or you might get flattened by an incoming rumor.

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How long will Cleveland Indians let the Francisco Lindor decision linger? - cleveland.com
The Indians can trade Francisco Lindor now or they can trade him later, but ultimately they will trade him.

Lindor trade rumors continue to heat up - On Friday morning, Ken Rosenthal joined MLB Network to discuss his report that the Indians have requested each team’s final offers on their All-Star shortstop so they can weigh their options over the weekend.

Indians set a deadline for Francisco Lindor trade offers - HardballTalk | NBC Sports - The Indians seem intent on trading Francisco Lindor despite the fact that they should be considered contenders for the American League Central title.

While We Wait, Visions of a 3-Team Francisco Lindor Trade Dance In Our Heads
What if multiple teams contain pieces Cleveland likes, but no single club has all of them to warrant giving up the final two years of Francisco Lindor team control? What if the Indians added a third team to the mix?

Why didn’t the Cleveland Indians get more for Corey Kluber? Hey, Hoynsie - cleveland.com - People have questions...

Cleveland Indians on the prowl for an infielder, here are some names - cleveland.com - The Cleveland Indians need a second baseman and they have several free agents in mind.

Indians' best players of the past decade | Cleveland Indians - Ten years ago, it would have been nearly impossible to believe that by 2020, the expectation would be for the Tribe to win the American League Central every single year.

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