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Shane Bieber says he “still has a lot to prove”

Morning news and notes for Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021

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His last outing against the Yankees is motivating Bieber to get better.

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Bieber: 'I still have a lot to prove'
He won the American League Cy Young Award and the MLB Pitching Triple Crown. Shane Bieber was nearly perfect in 2020 until an uncharacteristically rocky outing in the AL Wild Card Series against the Yankees left a bad taste in his mouth.

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Andy Tracy, Class AAA Columbus, Rouglas Odor, Class AA Akron, Greg DiCenzo, Class A Lake County and Dennis Malave, Class A Lynchburg, will manage the Indians four minor-league affiliates. They were scheduled for the same jobs in 2020, but the season was cancelled because of the coronavirus.

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said on Monday that he anticipates the state's baseball stadiums will be able to host 30 percent of their capacities at games this season.

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