Don’t joke about Francisco Lindor, Mr. Dolan. It wasn’t funny last year and it’s not funny now.
Cleveland Indians owner Paul Dolan accepts Lifetime Achievement Award for his family - cleveland.com - Indians owner Paul Dolan, in accepting the Lifetime Achievement Award for his family Tuesday night at the Great Cleveland Sports Awards, said the culture of the team was born out of a failed attempt to buy another Cleveland sports franchise.
Omar Vizquel happy with Hall-of-Fame uptick, but who didn’t vote for Jeter? - cleveland.com - Former Indians shortstop Omar Vizquel believes he's trending in the right direction toward Cooperstown.
AL Central 2020 position breakdown: corner infield | Cleveland Indians - The Twins aren't the only team in the American League Central with a strong corner-infield duo, but the Donaldson addition arguably makes them the class of the division.
SportsTime Ohio to Broadcast 10 Cleveland Indians 2020 Spring Training Games as part of “Way to Opening Day” | FOX Sports In the annual “Way to Opening Day,” the network will feature Indians coverage building up to the home opener.
Some Indians Prospects to Keep an Eye On in 2020 as Spring Training Gets Closer - The Indians have a number of top prospects as they start their journey of looking to be a contender again in the American League in 2020, with some of those prospects set to make their Major Legue debut sooner than later.
Paul Dolan Goes Back to the "Enjoy Him" Line Regarding Lindor During Sports Awards Speech - It seemed that Indians owner Paul Dolan couldn't help himself on Wednesday night at the Greater Cleveland Sports Awards, using the end of his speech to go back to the 'enjoy him' line pertaining to shortstop Francisco Lindor.
The Indians Could Need Nolan Jones in 2020 - The Cleveland Indians' top prospect has a long road ahead to the big leagues, but is a promotion in the cards for 2020?
The Two Baseball Players Who Paved the Way For Integration | Comment | newswatchman.com - For most baseball fans, the season ends when the World Series final putout is made. But in 1946, the lucky residents of Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Des Moines, Denver, San Diego, Fresno, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco and, finally, Long Beach had the once-in-a-lifetime chance to see Satchel Paige’s Negro all-stars play against Bob Feller’s white all-stars.
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