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Morning News and Notes for Thursday, August 2019

MLB: Cleveland Indians at Detroit Tigers Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland 4 - Detroit 2

Recaps: LGT | MLB | Box Score

For once, the Indians weren’t able to pummel Jordan Zimmermann. No worries, there’s always the bullpen.

Today’s Baseball - Clevenger v Norris at 1:10 PM EDT

Other Indians News

After leukemia battle, Carrasco returning Sunday - The Indians plan to activate right-hander Carlos Carrasco from the 60-day injured list Sunday, manager Terry Francona told MLB Network Radio.

Cleveland Indians want Bradley Zimmer to get as much playing time at Triple-A as possible - cleveland.com - Expect outfielder Bradley Zimmer to use every bit of his 20-day injury rehab time with Triple-A Columbus, and likely remain with the Clippers after the Cleveland Indians are forced to activate him on Saturday.

Could Justin Bieber finally meet Shane Bieber when the Cleveland Indians travel to Anaheim in September? - cleveland.com - With Cleveland scheduled to play Sept. 9-11 in Anaheim, it makes sense that a Bieber Summit could take place in the visitor’s clubhouse at Angel Stadium.

‘Barney’ comes through for Cleveland Indians with two big replay challenges against Tigers - cleveland.com - Mike Barnett spends every Cleveland Indians game behind the scenes as the club’s video replay coordinator and staff assistant, but in Wednesday’s 4-2 win against Detroit ‘“Barney” stepped into the spotlight with a pair of successful challenges that led to overturned calls.

Danny Salazar struggles as punchless Akron RubberDucks get routed by Altoona - cleveland.com - Salazar, who appeared in relief in the fifth, lasted only 2/3 of an inning, giving up three runs on three hits. He walked two batters, threw two wild pitches, one allowing a run to score, and only 12 strikes in 22 pitches.

Cleveland Indians: Talking to myself about frogs, boils & life without Jose Ramirez — Terry Pluto - cleveland.com - The Cleveland Indians probably have lost Jose Ramirez for the rest of the regular season. Now what?

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