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Cleveland Indians 2012 coaching staff is set

Manny Acta (courtesy

Indians manage Manny Acta has finally had the chance to finalize his 2012 coaching staff, promoting Scott Radinsky from the bullpen to pitching coach.

Acta also named Dave Miller his bullpen coach and Tom Wiedenbauer as the first-base coach.

A former major league pitcher, Radinsky replaces Tim Belcher, who resigned to spend more time with his family.

Wiedenbauer replaces Sandy Alomar, who will be Acta’s bench coach next year.

Scott Radinsky (Buffalo Bisons photo)


Info compiled from Cleveland Indians, Radio & TV news

Kenny Lofton now a member of Indians Hall of Fame

Saturday night at Progressive Field was a night filled with memories as the Cleveland Indians honored fan-favorite Kenny Lofton by inducting him into their Hall of Fame.

In the 1990′s, Lofton was the Indians engine-starter, a dynamic leadoff hitter. From 1992-1996, he batted .316. He won four Gold Glove Awards in his career.

Kenny Lofton (MLB)

While in an Indians uniform, he racked yp 975 runs, with 1,512 hits and 452 steals.

Lofton was joined on the field by former Indians players such as Bob Feller, Charles Nagy, Sandy Alomar, Mike Hargrove, Sam McDowell and Andre Thronton.

Lofton was a member of those Indians teams that played before a team record-setting 455 sellout crowds at then-Jacobs Field.

The 2007 playoffs was the last time Kenny Lofton suited up in an Indians uniform. Even today, he looks as if he can still play center field.

compiled from staff, wire and Cleveland Indians news

Roberto Alomar elected to the Canadian Hall of Fame

compiled from staff and wire reports

Roberto Alomar as a Blue Jay 2b (HCG)

Roberto Alomar, who is from the baseball playing family which includes his dad Sandy, Sr., and brother Sandy, who is an Indians coach, finally has made it to the Hall of Fame. Not Cooperstown, New York, but the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in Ontario, Canada.

Alomar missed out on getting elected to the baseball hall of fame by just eight votes. Former Blue Jays pitcher Paul Quantrill, also will be inducted on June 19.

Roberto played 17 seasons in major league baseball, including five with Toronto. The 42 year old quit baseball in 2005 over health issues.