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"Read 'AP Source: Indians, Athletics agree to trade Coco Crisp' on Yahoo Sports Canada. Coco Crisp is headed back to his first baseball home. The switch-hitting outfielder is on the verge of returning to the Cleveland Indians, who have agreed in principle to a trade with the Oakland Athletics, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press on Tuesday night. Major League Baseball still must approve the deal, said the person who spoke on condition of anonymity.", ca.sports.yahoo.com
"The outfielder with 1,561 hits and 306 steals is being traded to the Indians, according to several reports, after playing seven seasons in Oakland. The teams were working on the trade Tuesday for an anticipated announcement Wednesday, the final day for teams to trade for players and have them eligible for the playoffs. Crisp, 36, who broke into the majors with Cleveland in 2002, is hitting .234 with a .299 on-base percentage, 11 homers and 47 RBIs. The news comes two weeks after The Chronicle’s report in which Crisp expressed his displeasure with the A’s for limiting his playing time and lessening his chances to vest his $13 million option for 2017. The switch-hitter would need 550 plate appearances or 130 games for the option to kick in and isn’t expected to reach those figures in Cleveland. In his seven seasons, Crisp went on the disabled list six times and missed much of last season with a neck injury, which he sustained running into the outfield wall.", www.sfgate.com
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