Pittsburgh Pirates

Shining a light into the darkness and two other things about the Cleveland Indians

So if the Indians do want to make a move, teams have a way of scouting their extra players at Classic Park in Eastlake and vice versa.

“Major League Baseball has provided for a data-sharing agreement among clubs leading up to the trade deadline,” said GM Mike Chernoff.

Chernoff said trade discussions with other teams tend to focus on the fact that so few games have been played.

Indians players performing well at the alternate camp include right-hander Triston McKenzie, left-hander Sam Hentges, veteran right-hander David Hernandez and outfielder Jake Bauers.

Catcher Roberto Perez was activated from the injured list and started Tuesday night against the Pirates.

Perez played only three games before going on the IL after injuring his right shoulder in the season opener on July 24.

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