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Indians Notes: Alomar, Perez, Sizemore, Choo

Earlier today, the Indians interviewed Sandy Alomar Jr. about their full-time managerial vacancy.  General Manager Chris Antonetti didn't put a timetable on making a hire, but he was quick to tip his cap to Alomar for the job he did guiding the club at the end of the 2012 season, according to the Associated Press.  Antonetti addressed the media today and we have the highlights courtesy of MLB.com's Jordan Bastian..

  • Antonetti confirmed to reporters, including Jordan Bastian of MLB.com (via Twitter), that closer Chris Perez wants to remain in Cleveland.  Perez said earlier this week that he wasn't looking for a way out this year by commenting on issues concerning the club.
  • The GM wouldn't rule out bringing back Grady Sizemore or Travis Hafner on reduced deals, but Bastian (Twitter link) believes that Antonetti was just saying the right thing in regards to two long-time Indians.
  • As of right now, Antonetti anticipates Shin-Soo Choo being back with the Indians in 2013 (Twitter link).  Choo will hit the open market after next season and it has been said that the club will consider trades for him as they are not optimistic about an extension.
  • The GM said that the decision on Roberto Hernandez's option will be difficult given the limited amount of time they had to evaluate him, Bastian tweets.  Hernandez has been sidelined both by his suspension and injury.
  • Matt LaPorta is out of minor league options going into next year and the GM said (Twitter link) that this will be a very important offseason for the first baseman/outfielder.








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