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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Kansas City and Minnesota are among the more active teams this off-season looking to improve the competitiveness of the American League Central Division in 2021. What do the Royals and Twins’ movements say about their chances in the division? Crown? What do they mean for Cleveland’s opportunities? Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga discuss the split on Thursday’s podcast.
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Further topics of the show on Thursday are:
- Why weren’t the Indians in an Andrew Benintendi deal?
- Would an eight-man rotation work for the Indians to protect McKenzie and Qunatrill?
- Does it make sense for MLB to “kill” the juiced balls from 2020?
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