Antonetti says Indians cooperating with Callaway inquiry

CLEVELAND (AP) — Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti said he couldn’t comment on previous remarks made about his lack of knowledge of Mickey Callaway’s behavior due to Major League Baseball’s investigation into allegations the team’s former pitching coach sexually harassed women. Antonetti joined manager Terry Francona for his Zoom availability on Wednesday, a day after a story by The Athletic said several former Indians employees had come forward in the last month to say the team’s front office was aware of Callaway’s actions. The unidentified employees responded to Antonetti’s public comments on Feb. 4 that he was unaware of Callaway’s conduct until he read about them.