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News and Notes for Thursday, September 12, 2019

MLB: Cleveland Indians at Los Angeles Angels Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland 4 - Los Angeles (Anaheim) 3

Indians do just enough to scrape out a win without closer Brad Hand

Recaps: LGT | MLB | Box Score

Today’s Baseball: Travel day. Three-game series against Minnesota starts Friday.

Other Tribe News

Francisco Lindor says Cleveland Indians are on a mission, but is it Mission: Impossible? - - Hoynesie is his usually sunny self.

A former Indians player didn’t hit the home run he expected, but he did make Cleveland home - For former Indians player Aaron Cunningham turned owner and founder of 3 Barn Doors, time is a funny thing.

If Brad Hand can’t close for the Cleveland Indians, who will? Tribe Take - - The Indians sent Brad Hand home Tuesday night under the cover of darkness. He jetted back to Cleveland on a red-eye flight to have his tired left arm examined.

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona remembers the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 - - Terry Francona was working for the Indians as a scout when terrorists attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001.

Cleveland Indians seek new lighting and temperature-control system for Progressive Field - - The Cleveland Indians are asking taxpayers to replace what the team describes as an outdated and malfunctioning system that regulates lights, heating and cooling at Progressive Field.

Indians likely without All-Star reliever Hand for key series - However, Francona added that Hand - who is second in the AL with 34 saves - will likely not be available for this weekend's series against AL Central leader Minnesota.

Cleveland Cavaliers announce funeral arrangements for Fred McLeod | -
The Cleveland Cavaliers have announced visitation and funeral arrangements for play-by-play announcer Fred McLeod, who also called Indians games on TV in 1979-1980.

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