Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco will undergo tests on his right leg after experiencing discomfort during the team's workout on Wednesday.
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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Indians president Chris Antonetti sounded pretty candid today when asked where things stand with his shortstop, Francisco Lindor ...
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Francisco Lindor made it clear today that his preference is to win with the Indians and stay long term. Is there a path to make that happen, given the contract he would demand as a free agent in two years? "Yeah, there is. If the negotiations make sense, it's gonna happen. The team is not broke. The league is not broke. There's money."
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