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Indians pick up option on Roberto Perez, decline option on three other players

Morning news and notes for Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020

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Indians pick up Pérez's option but decline 3 - The Indians exercised Roberto Pérez’s $5.5 million option for 2021 and declined the options of Carlos Santana, Brad Hand and Domingo Santana.

On keeping Roberto Perez, trying to trade Brad Hand and other Cleveland Indians’ quick hits - - Chris Antonetti, president of baseball operations, says the Indians would love to brng Carlos Santana back, but both sides need time to study their options and get some clarity on the free-agent market.

What is Sandy Alomar’s future? Who plays SS? What about ownership? Hey, Terry on Tribe - - Cleveland Indians fans are understandable nervous about the future and they have plenty of questions from ownership to the manager to the team on the field.

Matt Loede: Nothing will surprise me with Indians offseason - Matt Loede of joins Gene Winters to discuss the Indians’ upcoming offseason, why they may have to entertain the idea of trading Francisco Lindor, and what other moves the team could make.

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