Author: Paul Hoynes

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Will the Indians trade Trevor Bauer sometime during the 2019 season? [Read More]
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Indians All-Star third baseman Jose Ramirez has finished third in the AL MVP voting for two straight years. [Read More]
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The Indians and Reds open the spring-training schedule Saturday at 3:05 p.m. ET at Goodyear Ballpark. [Read More]
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Right-hander Jean Carlos Mejia struck out 100 batters in 98 innings last year between Class A Lake County and Class A Lyncburg. [Read More]
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Terry Francona said new reliever Tyler Clippard will go right into the bullpen and compete for a job. [Read More]
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Roberto Perez gets a chance to be the starting catcher following trade of Yan Gomes. [Read More]
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Will the Indians trade Trevor Bauer before he breaks the bank in arbitration after the 2019 season? [Read More]
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Starters Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco and Mike Clevinger will be brought along slowly in spring training. [Read More]
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Brad Hand convered 32 saves in 39 chances last season for the Padres and Indians. He will be the Tribe's closer this year. [Read More]
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Left-hander Sam Hentges trying to learn as much as possible by watching the Indians' starting pitchers this spring. [Read More]
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The Indians have reached a minor league deal with veteran right-hander Tyler Clippard pending his physical. [Read More]
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In light of Manny Machado's $300 million contract with the Padres, what will Francisco Lindor be worth as a free agent? [Read More]
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Former No. 1 pick Bradley Zimmer, recovering from shoulder surgery, knows what kind of hitter he wants to be. [Read More]
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Indians first base prospect Bobby Bradley learned a valuable lesson last season about pressure. [Read More]
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Manager Terry Francona named Jason Kipnis the Indians starting second baseman on Monday. [Read More]
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Daniel Johnson is one of three players the Indians acquired from Washington for Yan Gomes in November. [Read More]
Francisco Lindor talks about his strained right calf in his start of the Indians' press conference. [Read More]
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Manager Terry Francona is expecting good things from right-hander Jon Edwards this spring. [Read More]
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Lefty Oliver Perez saved the Indians' bullpen last year. Can he do it again in 2019? [Read More]
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The Indians acquired Oscar Mercado last year in a deadline deal with St. Louis. This spring the center field is in big-league camp with the... [Read More]
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