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Reaction to the Indians reconsidering team name

Morning News and Notes for Saturday, July 4, 2020

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Once the Washington, DC football team announced that they are “studying” their team nickname, it was only a matter of time until the Cleveland baseball team followed suit,

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Cleveland Indians to 'determine the best path forward' for team name - They've been known as the Cleveland Indians since 1915. But those days could be over

Social media reacts to Cleveland Indians discussing change of nickname; Fans suggest possible replacements | - Social media reaction to potential name change.

Cleveland Indians to ‘determine best path forward’ with regards to team name - - The team emphasized in its statement that it is “committed to making a positive impact in the community” and embracing its responsibility to advance social justice and equality.

Cleveland Indians add three to 60-man player pool on minor-league contracts - - Right-hander David Hernandez and infielder Jake Elmore will report to the big-league ballpark while catcher Steve Baron joins the players working out at the Class A home of the Lake County Captains.

Cleveland Indians OF Delino DeShields tests positive for coronavirus; Shane Bieber will start opening day - - In additional news, right-hander Shane Bieber told reporters that he will be the opening day starter on July 24.

Cleveland Indians sign CF Petey Halpin and SS Milan Tolentino, their 3rd and 4th round picks in 2020 - - The Indians have signed five of their six picks from the June draft. Auburn right-hander Tanner Burns is their only unsigned draft pick.

Poll: If the Indians change their name, will you stop being a fan? - Sports - The Repository - Canton, OH - And so it begins...

Indians issue statement on team name | Cleveland Indians - A statement from Indians management.

Day 1: Carrasco itching to get back to action - Carlos Carrasco was so eager to get back on the rubber that he built a pitcher’s mound just outside the front door of his house in Florida.

MLB, MLBPA reveal first COVID-19 test results - Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association jointly announced Friday the first set of results for the COVID-19 testing.

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