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Carman And Lima: Francona Wants To Speed Up The Game And So Should YouMajor League Baseball is getting rid of the intentional walk and sending batters straight to 1st base. Indians Manager Terry Francona said that he would like to see other aspects of the game to speed up as well.
Jordan Bastain: "I Still Think We're A Couple Weeks Away From Finding Out Michael Brantley's Status"Jordan Bastain joins Andy Baskin from Goodyear, Arizona to give a Spring Training update.
Dan Otero: "I Can Only Speak For Myself And I Like To Throw A Lot"Live from Goodyear, Arizona, Dan Otero joined Andy Baskin to start Baskin and Phelps to talk about the upcoming season.
T.J. Zuppe: Anything Less Than The World Series Is A Disappointment For The IndiansIndians Beat Reporter T.J. Zuppe joined The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima to address if Indians fans should have a World Series or bust mentality for the 2017 Season.
Eyes On Prize: Indians Nervous About Miller Pitching In WBCThe nasty lefty, who makes his living fooling hitters, leaves spring training next month to play for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic.
Matt Underwood: I Was Proud Of How The Indians Handled Last Year's PostseasonMatt Underwood of SportsTime Ohio joined Baskin and Phelps live from Goodyear Arizona to discuss the early moments of Spring Training, Michael Brantley's return from injury, and the swagger the team has
Tom Withers Says: I Don't Think There Is A Major Move Coming Before The Trade DeadlineTom Withers of the Associated Press joined Baskin & Phelps live from Goodyear Arizona to discuss Larry Sanders, the Browns QB situation, and what he has seen from the Indians so far at Spring Training.
MLB To Push Forward With Process For Rule ChangesMajor League Baseball intends to push forward with the process that could lead to possible rule changes involving the strike zone, installation of pitch clocks and limits on trips to the pitcher's mound.
Chris Rose: Inning Workload Of Kluber, Miller Will Be Interesting To Watch In 2017Chris Rose of the MLB & NFL Networks joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss how the Indians are constructed going into Spring Training and the regular season, if he likes the WBC, how many times Brandon Guyer will be hit by a pitch in 2017, and some talk about QB's and the Browns.
Great Expectations: Indians Eye Series Title After '16 RunAbove the small cactuses and flowering plants dotting the concrete-blocked plaza outside the doorway to Cleveland's training complex is a new sign that serves as both a reminder and motivator. "American League Champions 2016," it says.
Powerful Presence: Encarnacion Gives Indians Booming BatAs fans lining the chain-linked fence next to Cleveland's main practice field jockeyed for better position to snatch an autograph or selfie with the team's newest star, Edwin Encarnacion showed no emotion. With his glove balanced on his head, Encarnacion signed baseballs, bats, cards and whatever else was thrust in front of him. He didn't seem to be enjoying himself and appeared disinterested, distant.
Dennis Manoloff Joins Jonathan Peterlin On The Nick Wilson ExperimentCleveland.com and the Plain Dealer's Dennis Manoloff joins Jonathan Peterlin on the Nick Wilson Experiment to talk all things Cleveland sports.

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