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News and Notes, Saturday, February 16, 2019

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Trevor Bauer never met a microphone or a journalist he can’t pass by without saying something.

Trevor Bauer confident he’s further along than Indians ace Corey Kluber was at age 27 | wkyc.com - Bauer just can't leave well enough alone.

Trevor Bauer: Indians pitcher only wants to do one-year deals - In addition to airing his grievances about the arbitration process and the “character assassination” he endured, Bauer presented his own radical idea for getting the money he believes he's worth.

Trevor Bauer's Idea For Universal Free Agency Isn't That Novel, But It Also Wouldn't Work - Marvin Miller immediately saw for what it was—a way to drive down everyone’s salaries by flooding the market every year.

Non-Trevor Bauer Indians News

Jake Bauers looks to fit in Indians lineup - Bauers brings versatility to the Tribe's lineup in a season where it may come in handy.

On Cody Anderson and 4 other things we learned about the Cleveland Indians | cleveland.com - It took Cody Anderson longer than expected to recover from Tommy John surgery, but he believes he's finally healthy.

Cleveland Indians like infielder Yu Chang’s versatility: Prospect report | cleveland.com - Yu Chang, following a big season at third base in the Arizona Fall League, will get a look at shortstop this spring because of Francisco Lindor's calf injury.

Jason Kipnis needs good year for himself and the Cleveland Indians in 2019 | cleveland.com - “I had my mind on one thing over whole offseason – having a good year this year,” said Kipnis.

Indians offer encouraging report on rehabbing Bradley Zimmer | Indians | news-herald.com - The Indians outfield situation might not be as bleak as it seemed just two weeks ago.

Even in bullpen age, several teams still built on starters | The Fresno Bee - "It's hard to survive a whole season with just the bullpen, even if it is great," St. Louis Cardinals infielder Matt Carpenter said.

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