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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, May 9, 2019

MLB: Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Indians David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday’s Baseball

Cleveland 5 - Chicago (AL) 3

Jose Ramirez walks it off with a massive clout.

Recaps: LGT | MLB | Box Score

Today’s Baseball

1:10 p.m. matinee with Carrasco v Banuelos

Other Indians News

Bradley keeps raking for Columbus | MiLB.com News - "It was mostly the plan on eliminating pitches, different things like that," Bradley said of his success Tuesday. "It's seeing percentages of what they throw and picking one to eliminate, and that's actually been really helpful.

Jim Thome: Francisco Lindor is the 'face of baseball' | wkyc.com - After being introduced as one of the Cleveland Indians' ambassadors for the 2019 MLB All-Star Game, Hall of Famer Jim Thome had some high praise for All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor.

Could Sinclair bring on-screen wagering to Indians, Cavs broadcasts? - cleveland.com - "If you're interested in gaming, we're going to add on extra stats, the ability to do prop bets in the game, pitch by pitch, play by play," he said. "You can play along and wager while you watch."

Jim Ingraham: How wrong was it for the Indians to slash payroll this year? Let us count the ways - Chronicle-Telegram - Top seven reasons why the Indians’ decision to dump players and slash payroll was ill-advised, ill-conceived and just plain wrong

WWII vet throws out first pitch at Indians game - Thacker served in the Army for three years. He was at Utah Beach, a code name for one of five sectors of the Allied invasion of German-occupied France in the Normandy landings, on June 6, 1944.

Indians season ticket holders look to cash in on MLB All-Star Game | fox8.com - “Lower levels seats approximately $1,400 and up," said Mark Klang, president of Amazing Tickets.

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona: Social media can ‘be a distraction’ - cleveland.com - Francona has never had a Twitter account, and does not think social media platforms are helpful to him, personally.

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