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News and Notes for Saturday, March 30, 2019

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Yesterday’s Baseball

There was none in any cold weather city with an outdoor park.

Today’s Baseball

Indians (Bauer) at Twins (Odorizzi) 2:10 p.m.

Other Indians News

Indians ink veteran OF Maybin to Minors deal - Another outfielder to throw against the wall to see if he sticks.

Opening Day debut with Tribe dream for Stamets — “Those are the things you try not to lose sight of because you get so consumed with winning the game,” Indians manager Terry Francona said. “You only get one first Opening Day. I’m sure his feet probably won’t feel like they’re touching the ground.”

MLB All-Star Game 2019: Cleveland Indians groundskeeper says outfield design ‘will be a surprise’ - cleveland.com - What will the outfield look like at Progressive Field during the 2019 All-Star Game? It's a surprise.

Progressive Field has renovations, new food items - The left field porch has now been rebranded as the Miller Lite Porch and will feature branded drink rails and two new Miller Lite bars.

Nearly 100 years later, Indians fans continue to honor only player to die during game - Every year before the home opener, it has become tradition to leave items at Lake View Cemetery on the grave of Ray Chapman, a shortstop for the Indians between 1912 and 1920, according to the cemetery's Facebook page.

Cleveland Indians: The problem facing owner Paul Dolan – Terry Pluto - cleveland.com - Fans don’t want to hear the game is rigged against them, at least those in smaller markets. But because baseball has no salary cap, that’s the case.

Carlos Santana walks back into the open arms of the Cleveland Indians - cleveland.com - “I’d like to end my career here,” said Santana, a couple of hours before the Indians opened the season Thursday against the Twins. “I really would.”

Right-hander Adam Plutko, Cleveland Indians’ top sub, strains right forearm - cleveland.com - Still think we have enough starting pitching?

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