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Cleveland Indians outfielder Leonys Martin was given full clearance to resume baseball activity and will have no restrictions on strength and conditioning as he prepares for spring training, the team announced Tuesday.

Martin, who was sidelined since Aug. 8 because of a life-threatening bacterial infection, was at the Cleveland Clinic on Tuesday for his scheduled follow-up testing.

The Indians said they expect Martin to be ready for full baseball activity when the 2019 season begins.

Martin, 30, became ill following a game against the Minnesota Twins on Aug. 7. Doctors determined that a bacterial infection had entered his bloodstream and released toxins that damaged his internal organs and compromised their function.

The Indians acquired Martin from the Detroit Tigers on July 31 in a trade for minor league infielder Willi Castro. Martin went 5-for-15 in six games before his season-ending illness.

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