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Another day at the office as Indians beat Royals and Trevor Bauer gets into a Twitter feud

Morning News and Notes for Saturday, July 27

Cleveland Indians v Kansas City Royals Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Baseball

Cleveland 8 - Kansas Ciity 3

Somebody check Zach Plesac’s glove for gold flakes.

Recaps: LGT | MLB | Box Score

Today’s Baseball

Clevinger v Sparkman at 7:15 EDT in KC

Other Indians News

Carlos Santana scratched from Cleveland Indians lineup with left shoulder soreness Friday vs. Royals - - Santana was a late scratch Friday. He was replaced in the Indians lineup by Mike Freeman.

Zach Plesac’s crazy catch highlights his best start for the Cleveland Indians: ’He’s got a little bit of bulldog in him’ - - Plesac made a highlight-reel catch on Bubba Starling's foul pop in the sixth on his way to a dominant seven innings in KC.

Cleveland Indians: A little trade deadline deal that turned out to be very big -- Terry Pluto - - About two hours before the July 31, 2018, trading deadline, the Indians made what seemed to be a yawner of a trade that has helped changed the fortunes of the team in 2019.

Trevor Bauer somehow stumbles into Mike Francesa feud - Bauer, the Indians mercurial right-hander, has been one of the names floated around to join the Yankees' struggling rotation with his contract set to expire after this season.

Mike Francesa And Trevor Bauer Get Into An Argument With No Winners And Two Losers - Cleveland Indians pitcher and online edgelord Trevor Bauer is one of the big names to watch ahead of next week’s MLB trade deadline. The team’s on a nice little surge at the moment and is only two games behind the AL Central-leading Twins, but if it shifts into asset collection mode, Bauer is probably the most valuable trade piece.

Cutter? Curve? Slider? Orioles’ Asher Wojciechowski stifling hitters, pitch trackers with repertoire - Baltimore Sun - Orioles right-hander Asher Wojciechowski's pitch mix has stifled both opposing hitters and some pitch-tracking systems. He started the season in the minors with Cleveland.

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