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MLB’s proposed Covid-19 protocols have leaked

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Morning News and Notes for Tuesday, May 19, 2020

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Preliminary Covid-19 protocols have leaked and they are complex.

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What to expect from Bradley Zimmer for the Cleveland Indians in 2020? - cleveland.com
Outfielder Bradley Zimmer, the Indians No. 1 pick in 2014, is trying to recover from a right shoulder injury that has limited him to 43 big league games in 2018 and 2019.

Tom Hamilton makes an epic call on toddler’s homer: 5 feel-good items to make you smile - cleveland.com - The voice of the Cleveland Indians turns an 18-month-old's backyard hit into a memorable moment.

Is Dealing SS Lindor Now a Better Move for the Indians? Do the Rays Have Enough for a Deal? - “The Indians remain in limbo with the rosters frozen at the moment when it comes to shortstop Francisco Lindor. The team might be better off dealing him before the 2020 season even can start. One team that could be in the mix is that of the Tampa Bay Rays, who were an AL Wild Card in 2019.”

Domingo Santana Needs to Hit the Ground Running for the Cleveland Indians This Year
The Indians outfield is filled with a number of players that have a lot of potential, but there's no clear cut threesome that will be on the field daily. That could leave room for free agency pickup Domingo Santana, who the team inked this past offseason to a one-year deal.

Can Progressive Field handle Spring Training II by the Cleveland Indians? Hey, Hoynsie - cleveland.com - People have questions...

Captains waiting to set sail on 2020 season - Like the Indians, the Lake County Captains do not know when, or even if, they will play ball. That does not stop fans from asking how soon till there will be a first pitch. “We don’t know right now,” said Captains play-by-play announcer Andrew Luftglass. “We are in a holding pattern, we have to know what Major League Baseball is going to do first.”

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