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Big heart vs. big paycheck
As much as the Indians want to keep Grady Sizemore, they want him to take a pay cut
by WKSU's AMANDA RABINOWITZ


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Amanda Rabinowitz
 
Grady Sizemore has been an All-Star and the face of the Indians franchise since his debut with the Tribe in 2004.
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Cleveland fans will know this week whether one of the most popular players of the last decade will stay or go. After declining outfielder Grady Sizemore’s $9 million option for 2012, the Indians have until midnight Thursday to negotiate with the former All-Star for a cheaper price. Plagued with injuries, Sizemore has sat out more games than he’s played the last two seasons. WKSU commentator Terry Pluto talks with Amanda Rabinowitz about the likelihood that fans will see Sizemore in a Tribe uniform next season.

Terry Pluto on Grady Sizemore's future in Cleveland

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