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Andrés Giménez and Amed Rosario speak to Cleveland media

Morning news and notes for Friday, Jan. 22, 2021

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Cleveland baseball news

Cleveland Indians losing star power game to Cavaliers and Browns | Cleveland
Say what you want about their overall strategy for winning, but it’s hard to deny that Cleveland’s baseball team is bleeding stars while the Cavs and Browns find themselves on the upswing.

Giménez, Rosario aim to impress after trade | MLB
One of these two will hope to change those fortunes as the return in the Francisco Lindor deal. One important note from Mandy Bell’s article about them: they both identify as shortstops but sound willing to move wherever they are needed. This is good because, y’know, someone’s gonna have to move. It’s also something Cleveland values highly in their players — they have a type, that’s for sure.

2021 Prospects: The Top 101 | Baseball Prospectus ($)
Baseball Prospectus released their annual top-101 list, and it features some interesting names outside of the usual Joneses and McKenzies.

48. George Valera, OF
52. Nolan Jones, 3B
73. Triston McKenzie, RHP
87. Gabriel Arias, SS
100. Daniel Espino, RHP

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