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On keeping Roberto Perez, trying to trade Brad Hand and other Cleveland Indians’ quick hits –

Chris Antonetti, president of baseball operations, says the Indians would love to brng Carlos Santana back, but both sides need time to study their options and…



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CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Indians said goodbye to first baseman Carlos Santana and closer Brad Hand, two veterans who have performed well for them, on Friday. The reason was clear — money.
They declined to exercise the 2021 clubs options for Santana and Hand because Santana would have made $17.5 million and Hand $10 million. Santana had a down year in 2020, but Hand, under normal circumstances, was far from overpriced. Especially since he led the big leagues with 16 saves in 16 chances during the…

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