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Indians schedule is announced

Morning News and Notes for Tuesday, July 7, 2020

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Indians schedule announced

The Indians will play each divisional opponent 10 times, with 20 games of interleague play against NL Central teams.

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Cleveland Indians home opener protest planned: Mark Naymik Reports |
As they have for decades, activists plan demonstration against name and Chief Wahoo even as the team contemplates a change

Cleveland Indians 2020 schedule opens with Royals at home on July 24 -
Manager Terry Francona’s team is slated to play on 17 of the season’s first 18 days out of the gate according to the 60-game schedule released by Major League Baseball on Monday.

Brandon Guyer, member of Cleveland Indians 2016 World Series team, announces retirement - - Former Indians outfielder Brandon Guyer, hit by pitches more frequently than any other batter in the history of Major League Baseball, has announced his retirement from the game.

Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor meets with the media at Progressive Field | - The Cleveland Indians will begin the 2020 season on Friday, July 24th. The game will be on WKYC-TV 3.

Indians Mystery: Hunter Wood and the Curious Case of the Missing Curveball - Wood loves to throw the fastball, his go-to pitch, but the curveball is another pitch that the reliever might want to look more into, as last season he was very accurate with it and might want to develop it more this season.

Indians players offer support for name change; Trump decries political correctness in tweet - Sports - The Daily Record - Wooster, OH - Francona received mostly positive feedback for those comments, although there were some emails that came through from people unhappy with the prospect of the Indians altering their team name.

Tribe notes: Mills leaves team; camp ramps up - The Indians have been clear that they’d support any player, coach or staff member in their decision to elect not to participate in the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And even when bench coach Brad Mills told the team he’d be leaving for reasons unrelated to the health risk, the team was ready to show that support.

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