Tribe’s Naquin hits the ground running in Akron

Indians prospect outfielder Tyler Naquin is providing a slash line of .375/.423/.458 (.881 OPS) with two doubles and three runs batted in through his first six games with Double-A Akron. The 2012 first-rounder went 0-for-3 in his first contest with the Aeros, but has since recorded a hit in each game, including seven hits over the

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MLB News: Indians’ Trevor Bauer makes ESPN’s “falling prospects” list

Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer is listed as one of eight prospects who are listed by ESPN’s Keith Law as having disappointing seasons, forcing him well down the list heading into the 2014 MLB season. “While Didi Gregorius hasn’t exactly lit up the National League, so far he’s provided a better return to Arizona than

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MLB News: Francisco Lindor continues to play well in Carolina (Video)

Cleveland Indians prospect Francisco Lindor was instrumental in the Carolina League’s All-Star game 12-2 romp over the California league earlier this week. Lindor, batting second and starting at shortstop for the Carolina League team, had two at-bats which include the two-run double above and a walk. The 19-year-old shortstop has certainly held his own during

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Cleveland’s Trevor Bauer and Francisco Lindor among top-20 MLB prospects

Following a season wherein the Cleveland Indians farm system was fairly barren, it should be refreshing for Tribe fans to see that shortstop Francisco Lindor and starting pitcher Trevor Bauer are named among the top-20 prospects in all of baseball per MLB.com. Lindor, 14th overall, slots in right behind the games’ top prospect, Texas’ Jurickson

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Baseball America: Indians “Stray From Consensus,” Sign Dominican Outfielder

The Cleveland Indians have reportedly signed Hector Caro, a 16-year-old outfielder from the Dominican Republic, to a $1.1 million deal. Caro, a right-handed hitter who presently projects to be a 6-foot-2-inch, 185-pound left fielder with raw power, has reportedly shown flashes of potential, but as reported by Baseball America, is allegedly being overvalued by the

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Keith Law Ranks Francisco Lindor 35th Among All MLB Prospects

ESPN’s resident prospect guru has released his Top 100 list for 2012 and the Cleveland Indians have a lone representative among a list featuring names like Mike Trout and Bryce Harper.  Francisco Lindor, the team’s first-round draft selection in 2011 slots in 35th overall, apparently being weighed down by the fact that he’s only 19-years

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Your Top 10 Indians Prospects for the 2011 MLB Season

Every year, Baseball America provides us with the list of players who – if all goes as planned – will be the future of the Cleveland Indians franchise.  Or, as the cynics like to call, “the list of future New York Yankees!!”  Get it?  Because they have higher annual payrolls! Well, thankfully, this year is

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Tribe on the Offensive

Indians 13, Orioles 8 (box) Fausto Carmona should be thrilled and Eddie Mujica should simply be thankful that it is simply the way the rules are written.  Mujica had a Joe Borowski Special, with a “BS” and a “W” next to his name in the box score. The pitching through the first seven innings was borderline

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