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Mike Clevinger will miss six to eight weeks

Morning news and notes for Saturday, February 15, 2020

MLB: Cleveland Indians at Washington Nationals Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

And so it goes. We will see Mike Clevinger in six to eight weeks.

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Clevinger to miss 6-8 weeks after knee surgery - The Indians announced Friday morning that starter Mike Clevinger sustained a partial tear in his left meniscus at the team’s Spring Training facility on Wednesday. He underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on Friday and is expected to return to Major League game activity in six to eight weeks.

Mike Clevinger’s knee injury, Domingo Santana’s arrival and 4 things we learned Friday about the Cleveland Indians - - An update on Clevinger’s return to play status will likely be provided this weekend after Kremcheck consults with Indians trainers.

Cleveland Indians promote Justin Toole, Kyle Hudson to major league coaching staff - - Toole served as hitting coach in Akron last year while Hudson was the bench coach in Columbus.

Can Cleveland Indians match their pitching depth from 2019? The week in baseball - - The Indians, who have traded their top two starters in Trevor Bauer and Corey Kluber within the last 6 1/2 months, still have the makings of a solid rotation in Shane Bieber, Carlos Carrasco, Adam Plutko, Zach Plesac and Aaron Civale.

Mike Clevinger’s knee surgery reminds us why Carlos Carrasco needs to stay healthy - - Terry Pluto on the Clevinger injury.

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