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Indians reloading bullpen after down season

Dan Otero is a man of words. Not just because the steady reliever fills out crossword puzzles, but because he chooses words carefully, as in politely noting the operative word for the Indians' bullpen status is "reconfiguration" as opposed to "rebuild."

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MLG co-founder Mike Sepso has joined the board of directors of multi-game esports organization 100 Thieves. 100 Thieves current board members include founder Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag, as well as Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert and entertainment executive Scooter Braun, both who have previously invested in the team. In 2002, Sepso and Sundance DiGiovanni founded Major League Gaming (MLG), which went on to become one of the largest event organizers in esports. In 2015, Sepso joined Activision Blizzard as a senior vice president prior to that company acquiring MLG later that year. After working at Activision Blizzard and MLG for 16 years, Sepso departed the companies in late 2018. He then co-founded a consultancy firm, Electronic Sports Group, and invested in Overwatch League team the New York Excelsior.

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