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  1. James Ramsey Finding a New Home in ClevelandRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Let's Go Tribe

    Here's the list solely of the internal ones . I assume internal ones are guys who are young enough that they don't need to be added to the 40-man yet.

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  2. Caravan can't finish puzzleRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | NewsandSentinel.com

    ... explained that the first Major League game she attended occurred last season when her Reds played the Cleveland Indians. Her fiancee Mark Lambert of Parkersburg happened to be a fan of the opposing team and he didn't see the humor in Cincinnati ...

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  3. Ramsey soaking it in at winter development programRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Cleveland Indians

    James Ramsey was glad it rained on the day he was traded to the Indians last season. The inclement weather wiped away Double-A Springfield's game and gave the young outfielder the chance to board the team bus for one last ride with his teammates and coaches.

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  4. Kluber top pro athlete at Greater Cleveland Sports AwardsRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Cleveland Indians

    Corey Kluber will have to clear some more space in his home for another piece of hardware. On Thurday night, the Indians pitcher was named the Professional Athlete of the Year during the 15th annual Greater Cleveland Sports Awards.

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  5. Angels add former Indians RHP Frank HerrmannRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | The Wave

    The Angels added right-hander Frank Herrmann, who appeared in parts of three seasons with the Cleveland Indians, to their spring training roster on Tuesday. Herrmann signed a minor league deal.

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  6. Lindor among internal non-roster invites to spring campRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Cleveland Indians

    This might very well be the season in which highly-touted Indians prospect Francisco Lindor kicks down the door to the Major Leagues. For now, though, the shortstop will have to settle for an invitation to big league camp for the second year in a row.

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  7. Giovanny Urshela and Ryan Merritt honered as Minor Leaguers of the YearRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Let's Go Tribe

    On Monday the Indians announced their top Minor League honors for the 2014 seasons. Third baseman Giovanny Urshela was chosen for the Lou Boudreau Award, given annually to the farm system's top position player of the year, while Ryan Merritt was given the Bob Feller Award, which goes to the farm system's top pitcher.

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  8. Tribe Fest Delivers For the Fan at HeartRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Deep Left Field

    Dec 8, 2014; San Deigo, CA, USA; Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona addresses the media at MLB Winter Meetings at Manchester Grand Hyatt. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports This past weekend, the Cleveland Indians did just that by holding their third annual Tribe Fest in the bowels of Progressive Field.

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  9. Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona: defensive shifts can't be bannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Cleveland.com

    New commissioner Rob Manfred said in an interview that he would consider banning defensive shifts so more runs could be scored in the upcoming baseball season. Indians manager Terry Francona and President Mark Shapiro said Monday in a town hall meeting with season ticket holders that Manfred was speaking in more general terms instead of targeting a specific ban on shifts.

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  10. Cleveland Indians want Michael Bourn to 'wreak havoc' on bases in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Cleveland.com

    The Indians held a Town Hall meeting Monday with President Mark Shapiro and manager Terry Francona talking to season ticket holders. One of the key points of the discussion was Michael Bourn's efforts to re-establish himself as a the stolen base threat the Indians thought they were getting when they signed him to a four-year $48 million February of 2013.

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  11. Francona confident Indians have pieces to contendRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Cleveland Indians

    In one respect, it has not been a quiet winter for the Indians. At the corner of Eagle Avenue and East Ninth Street, construction crews have made plenty of noise for the past four months, battling the weather and doing all they can to have the team's massive renovation project complete in time for the regular season.

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  12. Cleveland Indians 2015 promotional scheduleRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Let's Go Tribe

    Fireworks, bobbleheads, dollar dogs, actual dogs, and a new weather education book... this year's promotional schedule has it all! The Indians have released their promotional schedule for the 2015 season. While the team itself, which features the reigning Cy Young winner, an MVP finalist, arguably the best catcher in the American League, and the guy who draws walks at a better clip than anyone in baseball , and has finished with a winning record two years in a row, should be a big enough draw to attract decent crowds, but we all know that won't be the case, in part because the economy still isn't in great shape, sports look great on HDTV, and Browns training camp is only six months away.

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  13. Giovanny Urshela rated as Indians' #4 prospect. Vote on #5Read the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Let's Go Tribe

    Let's Go Tribe is putting together its own ranking of the top Indians prospects. Here are the previous entries in the series: In this round of voting , no one received a majority of the votes, but there was a still a pretty comfortable margin of victory: Let's Go Tribe is now officially high in Urshela, who is no higher than #7 on any of the prospect lists linked to below.

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  14. Indians President Shapiro named to MLB competition committeeRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Let's Go Tribe

    "I'm looking forward to that." cleveland.com - Mark Shapiro won't put a price tag on Progressive Field renovations, but said renenue sharing funds will not be used.

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  15. Last week in baseball history - cursed going and comingRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 25 | Power Line

    Ask an old-time Cleveland Indians fan to name the worst trade the Tribe ever made and he'll probably name the deal that sent Rocky Colavito to the Detroit Tigers. Ask him to name the second worst and he might say the deal that brought Colavito back to Cleveland.

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  16. Commissioner Rob Manfred names Cleveland Indians Mark Shapiro to competition committeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Cleveland.com

    Former Commissioner Bud Selig always enjoyed a good relationship with Indians owners Larry and Paul Dolan and President Mark Shapiro. Under new Commissioner Rob Manfred the relationship has stayed the course.

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  17. Williams, White Sox look back on championship runRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Chicago White Sox

    ... of that season, tying a franchise record with 99 victories. After surviving a late-season scare from the Cleveland Indians, they won five straight to close out the regular season. That finish was followed by an 11-1 run of postseason dominance that ...

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  18. Cleveland Indians President Mark Shapiro says Progressive Field renovations on scheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Cleveland.com

    Indians President Mark Shapiro doesn't know exactly how many fans renovated Progressive Field will hold, but he is confident that the renovations will be done on time for the home opener April 10 against Detroit. "Anytime you're in a cold weather environment there is anxiety," said Shapiro, "but the guys who do this for a living say we're in great shape.

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  19. Murphy's unclear role a result of injuries, outfield depthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Cleveland Indians

    Not long after he acquired slugger Brandon Moss from the A's in early December, Indians general manager Chris Antonetti got right fielder David Murphy on the phone. Cleveland suddenly had a surplus of right fielders and the GM wanted to discuss the situation.

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  20. Shapiro: Stadium renovations on scheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Cleveland Indians

    Fans pouring into Tribe Fest this weekend were able to get a glimpse of the ongoing renovations at Progressive Field. Team president Mark Shapiro was happy to report that even in the face of the latest snowstorm to hit the city, the project remains on schedule.

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