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Shane Bieber added to All-Star Team

Morning News and Notes for Saturday, July 6, 2019

MLB: Cleveland Indians at Baltimore Orioles
Hey now, you’re an All-Star!
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Yesterday’s Baseball

Minnesota 15 - Texas 6

The Indians did not play. The Twins pounded the Rangers to go 6.5 games ahead of the Indians.

Today’s Baseball

All-Star Shane Bieber v Anthony DeSclafani @ 4:10 EDT in Cincinnati

Other Indians News

Cleveland Indians’ Shane Bieber added to AL All-Star team - - Right-hander Shane Bieber will join Indians teammates Carlos Santana, Francisco Lindor and Brad Hand in the 90th All-Star Game to be played on Tuesday night at Progressive Field.

Call to the principal’s office ends well for Cleveland Indians All-Star Shane Bieber - - Terry Francona adds drama to telling Shane Bieber he’s an All-Star

Cleveland Indians’ Roberto Perez gets chance, goes to work and takes control at catcher - - How much different is this season than any other season Perez has played for the Indians? He went into this year with 21 career homers in 818 at-bats. This year he has 15 homers in 194 at-bats.

Former Cleveland Indians lefty CC Sabathia will be honored at Tuesday’s All-Star Game - - In a statement from the Commissioner’s office, Manfred said, "We are delighted that CC and his family will join us in Cleveland, where his Major League career began. We look forward to celebrating his many accomplishments during our All-Star Game festivities.”

Francisco Lindor visits Tallmadge Little Leaguers, invites them to Home Run Derby - Sports - Akron Beacon Journal - Akron, OH - Lindor also invited the Tallmadge Little Leaguers to join him at Progressive Field on the field for the Home Run Derby on Monday.

Cleveland Indians: Can we start talking pennant race because of Terry Francona? — Terry Pluto - - On June 4, the Indians had a 29-30 record. They were 10 games behind the Minnesota Twins in the Central Division. What a difference a month makes.

Rocky Colavito returns to Cleveland; hundreds turn out to meet ‘true generational hero’ - - Hundreds of people didn't turn out to see a man at the State Theatre on Friday night. They came to see a hero.

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