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News and Notes for Saturday, December 28, 2019

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Chicago White Sox Daniel Bartel-USA TODAY Sports

The White Sox have had a busy offseason. Have they done enough to pass the Twins and the Tribe? I’d say no, but I also thought the Twins hadn’t done enough last year.

Other Tribe News

Davis, Lindor lead Indians' top HRs of decade - With the decade coming to a close, MLB.com has reminisced on the best games, players and defensive plays that happened in the past 10 years. Now, it’s time to remember some of the most dramatic moments with 10 of the best home runs hit since 2010.

If the Reds can afford Francisco Lindor, why can’t the Cleveland Indians? Hey, Hoynsie - cleveland.com - People have questions...

Last season the Twins passed the Cleveland Indians; could Chicago pass both in 2020? - cleveland.com - The Chicago White Sox appear to be serious about changing addresses in the AL Central.

Cleveland Indians player of the decade: A tribute to Corey Kluber | wkyc.com - Through parts of nine seasons, the two-time Cy Young winner was the very definition of an ace.

Remaining Needs: AL Central - MLB Trade Rumors - Speculation on what the Indians and their AL Central competitors still need

A Reunion Between the Indians and Yasiel Puig Makes Perfect Sense - Yasiel Puig, an instant fan favorite during his short time with the Tribe last season, is still available. Pulling him off the market is a move which would make a ton of sense for the Indians.

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