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More on the PED suspension of Emmanuel Clase

News and Notes for Saturday, May 2, 2020

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So, we are back on the Brad Hand closer train. I was hoping to find a station where I could exit.

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Cleveland Indians right-hander Emmanuel Clase suspended for 80 games after positive PED test - - MLB and the MLB Players Association are still determining whether Clase would serve the 80-game suspension in 2021 if there is no season this year. They are also negotiating whether there would be any carryover to the suspension to 2021 if the 2020 season is shorter than 80 games.

Clase suspended 80 games after positive test - The Indians struggled to contain their excitement when they first acquired reliever Emmanuel Clase, the centerpiece in the trade that shipped Corey Kluber to Texas. But now, the club and the 21-year-old have a bit of a hurdle to overcome.

What happens now to Cleveland Indians’ Emmanuel Clase after PED suspension? Hey, Hoynsie - - People have questions....

It took a 102-degree fever to end Joe Sewell’s consecutive games played streak: On this day in Cleveland Indians history - - It was a streak that began on Sept. 13, 1922, but came to an end on May 2, when 1930 Sewell missed Cleveland’s game against Boston at Fenway Park while suffering from a 102-degree fever.

Should Triston McKenzie Be a Trade Chip for the Indians in 2020? Would the Tribe move McKenzie to improve the Major League team in 2020?

Indians' Mike Chernoff and dad drive hours to play catch - Mike was 6 years old when he and his old man began to play catch regularly.

Better than you remember: Travis Hafner - While we’re waiting for baseball to come back, we are making do. So once a week, inspired by the late Deadspin’s “Let’s Remember Some Guys” series, we will take a look at one player in baseball history, why he was great, why he mattered.

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