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Chris Antonetti says that Cleveland will be a team of “peaks and valleys” due to youth

Morning news and notes for Tuesday, May 11, 2021

MLB: General Managers Meetings Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday - Scheduled off day
Today - Bieber vs. Alzolay

Cleveland Baseball Team News

The Indians Are 17-1 When They Do This One Thing - And It's Not That Hard - Sports Illustrated Cleveland Indians News, Analysis and More
Four runs. When you look at the way Cleveland has played ball in 2021 the team scoring four runs is their key to winning games. They are a whopping 17-1 when they score four or more runs, but the question is, how long can they maintain that, and at some point will that number go the other way,

Where will Roberto Perez’s hand injury hurt the Cleveland Indians most? -
Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga look at what Austin Hedges and Rene Rivera offer as backups for the injured Cleveland catcher on Monday's podcast.

Cleveland Indians fans adjust their TV viewing habits in wake of streaming standoff -
Cleveland fans, who aren't customers of Bally Sports, are finding different ways to watch their favorite team.

Nick Sandlin's mom on his path to the Majors
The story of Nick Sandlin and his mom.

Pirates place Moran on IL, put Hayes on 60-day Iist, claim Gamel - MLB | NBC Sports
So long, Ben Gamel.

Chris Antonetti on watching the Cleveland Indians go from no-hit loss to 9-2 win -
Team president says youth of the Indians will make them a team of peaks and valleys.

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