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All Things Must Pass

Morning news and notes for Saturday, August 22, 2020

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Even win streaks over the Motor City Kitties must pass.

Cleveland 5 - Detroit 10

After spotting the Indians a five-run lead, the Tigers’ bats awakened or the Indians’ staff imploded (take your pick). For the “one door closes and a window opens” crowd, the Triston McaKenzie era begins today.

Recaps: LGT | MLB | Box Score

Cleveland Baseball Team News

Here are 5 things that did not exist the last time the Cleveland Indians lost to the Detroit Tigers - - It’s been 500 days since Detroit woke up after having beaten the Indians. The world is truly a different place since then.

Pitching prospect Triston McKenzie set for Indians debut Saturday - Triston McKenzie is scheduled to make his major league debut Saturday night for the Indians when he takes the mound against the Tigers.

Why pick Triston McKenzie and three other things about the Cleveland Indians - - The Indians had other options for Saturday’s start against the Tigers, but they elected to go with Triston McKenzie in his big-league debut.

Will the Cleveland Indians welcome back Zach Plesace, Mike Clevinger? Hey, Hoynsie - - If right-handers Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac rejoin the Indians, will they upend the chemistry the team has developed since they've been away?

Sandy Alomar Jr. on Cleveland Indians’ sidelined manager: ’At the end of day, this is Terry Francona’s team’ - - Francona has missed 15 games and is not expected to return before the end of the weekend.

Mike Clevinger, Zach Plesac getting work at Lake County during time away from Cleveland Indians - - Both pitchers worked in simulated games at Classic Park in Eastlake this week.

'Beyond the Dugout' with Indians closer Brad Hand | - The three-time All-Star sat down for an in-depth conversation with Dave Chudowsky.

GUZZARDI: Purple Heart Winner Overcame Long Odds to Pitch In MLB | National Columns | - Because of COVID-19 fears, several Major League Baseball players opted out for 2020. Others remained active but have since gone on the Injured List with discomfort or tenderness in various

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