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Jim Piascik has moved on to writing for Indians Baseball Insider and the Daily Kent Stater, among other publications. You can find his work here:
And you can follow him on Twitter @JimPiascik
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1) Do you think Kipnis and Chisenhall will be there (lineup) on Opening Day?
2) Who do you think the Indians should get for first base?
3) Do you think the Indians offence will be helped if they aquired Josh Willingham?
4) Do you think the Indians should atempt to get Josh Willingham?
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Well, I can see why you love this Kipnis kid so much.
I thought you might be interested in my response to Mr. Thorn's "Farewell to Stats" piece: