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Mookie Betts is a Dodger and Francisco Lindor is not

News and Notes for February 6, 2020

MLB: Cleveland Indians at Washington Nationals Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

It looks like the Dodgers have made their big trade and that the Indians are going to revisit the Francisco Lindor situation at the Trading Deadline.

Tribe News

Does the Mookie Betts trade prevent Francisco Lindor from going to the Dodgers? Tribe Take - - The Dodgers spent all winter talking to the Red Sox and Indians about Mookie Betts and Francisco Lindor, respectively. They landed Betts and David Price from the Red Sox. It's not too late for them to get Lindor as well.

Akron RubberDucks extend netting again in Canal Park - - Just like Men Without Hats, they are "doing it from pole to pole."

Indians Players Justified In Speaking on Ownership - The Cleveland Indians either cannot or will not pay for Francisco Lindor. Neither is acceptable.

How the Mookie Betts trade affects the Indians and Francisco Lindor | - Like Betts, Lindor has been the subject of trade rumors since the 2019 season came to an end. Unlike Betts, however, it appears -- now more than ever -- that the Indians' All-Star shortstop will be staying put in 2020.

‘Powerful’ Swing Isn’t Among ‘Sweet Things’ Franmil Reyes Cut Out This Winter - Franmil Reyes spent this winter following through on the New Year’s resolutions many of us have already forgotten — drinking more water and cutting out “the sweet things.”

Who is AL Central favorite after busy offseason? - This division was largely viewed as weak and uncompetitive as recently as 2018. Things have heated up in a big hurry, and the sudden influx of talent and upside could provide one of the most intriguing races in baseball.

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