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Reading the tea leaves: Corey Kluber’s baseball camp scheduled for June 10 at Mentor High School

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The new year has just begun. The Indians still haven’t set a concrete date for when pitchers and catchers will report to spring training in February. But maybe, just maybe, Corey Kluber knows something no one else does.

Kluber has been the subject of trade rumors since the October night the Indians were eliminated from the postseason in a three-game sweep by the Astros. On Wednesday, the second day of the new year, it was announced by ProCamps that the two-time Cy Young winner is scheduled to conduct his second annual youth camp on June 10 at Mentor High School.

Mentor High School is about a 40-minute drive from Progressive Field. Just saying, of course.

The Indians are off that day in the midst of an eight-game homestand against the Twins, Yankees and Reds. The camp will last from 9 a.m. through 12 p.m. Kluber will direct the camp, which will concentrate on fundamental baseball skills. Each camper will receive an autograph and a team photo with Kluber.

For registration and more information go to CoreyKluber.com

All winter it has been speculated that the Indians will trade a starting pitcher. Most of the rumors have concentrated on Kluber and Trevor Bauer.

Kluber, coming off the first 20-win season of his career, finished third in the AL Cy Young voting. He finished the 2018 season at 20-7 with a 2.89 ERA in 33 starts. He led the AL with 215 innings pitched and an average of 1.4 batters walked per nine innings.

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