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Indians Draft Preview: Sean Reid-Foley, RHP

Sean Reid-Foley- RHP Sandalwood High School in Jacksonville, Fla. (courtesy of perfectgame.org) Scouting Report Sean Reid-Foley is my favorite prep pitcher in this draft class who might fall to the Indians come pick 21. He has the ideal athletic/thick frame with narrow shoulders, which will fill out as his weight training regime increases as a […]

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5 Year Draft Review 2014

The MLB amateur draft is quickly approaching and while much emphasis will be placed on first and second round picks from this years draft, they are generally forgotten in the following seasons unless they maintain top prospect status. Because of this, we will look back at the last five Indians drafts and see how the […]

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Indians Draft Preview: Monte Harrison- OF Lee’s Summit West HS, MO

Monte Harrison- OF Lee’s Summit West High School, Lee’s Summit MO Scouting Report Harrison is 6-2 195 lb. which is a large frame with a lean athletic build that looks as if he has tremendous strength with good quick twitch athleticism.  As you can tell from this video, he stands upright in the batters box […]

Indians Draft Preview: Tyler Beede- RHP, Vanderbilt

With the first year player draft less than a week away, it is time to start reviewing potential prep and college players who the Indians could target on Thursday evening with the 21st overall pick. After reviewing about 20 mock drafts, I have came up with a list of five potential draft targets for the […]

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Top Ten Prospects for May 2014

Continuing on with this season’s minor league rankings, this month’s top ten will actually be numbers 21 through 30 following the initial report and last month‘s. As always, players who have already been covered are ineligible as are players who have made their Major League debuts (there is an exception at number two this month […]

Ready the Reinforcements

the Indians have seven of their last ten games to put them right back into the thick of things. Of course, despite their winning ways, every team has holes due to injury or lack of production and the Indians are no exception. It is too early to fill these holes via trade (23 of the […]

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Why Jose Ramirez Should Be the First Call-Up

The Indians are officially scuffling. They have lost six in a row and are sitting at a season low mark of 11-17, last place in the Central. There is no one player to blame for this, but there are certainly a few players that haven’t done anything to help, including Nick Swisher, Asdrubal Cabrera and […]

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Top 10 Prospects for April 2014

The Indians got off to a less than stellar start to the season, but there is always time to look at what is coming next. This is the second top ten list of Indians prospects this season and the first that has to do with actual results from this season. The first list came out […]

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Aguilar Update

The Major League season started just a short time ago and the minor league seasons a few days after that, but there are still some things worthy of note. The Indians number one power prospect, Jesus Aguilar has been one of those things. He has been the lone bright spot on a 3-7 Clippers team […]

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Minor Moves 4/7/14

In order to make room for the new comers to the Indians’ 25 man roster, like Nyjer Morgan and Scott Atchison, the Indians were forced to pull a couple players off the 40 man roster and expose them to waivers. During this process, both Colt Hynes and Preston Guilmet were claimed and traded this past […]

Top 10 Prospects to Watch in 2014

The Major League roster is never good enough for an entire season and the Indians' this year is no exception. Standing at the ready will be members of the Columbus Clippers and Akron Aer…Rubberducks waiting to make their Major League debuts in the event of injury, trade or just regular futility. More than any other […]

Will Carlos Moncrief Ever Make It?

While the title to this article may seem insulting to a 25 year old man who has been working hard his whole life to make it to the Major Leagues, but it is a legitimate query. The minor leagues are filled with players who at one point had great expectations, but somehow remain in the […]

Cody Anderson: Unknown Pitcher of the Year

Do you know who won the Indians minor league pitcher of the year award? It wasn't Danny Salazar, who played have the season in AAA before making a stellar Major League debut. It wasn't one of the superstar relievers like C.C. Lee, Preston Guilmet or Trey Haley. The winner was instead, Carolina Mudcats starting pitcher, […]

Winter League Results (Cleveland Indians)

The various Winter Leagues have come to a close and the Indians had quite a few players involved at all levels. There was greatness (Jesus Aguilar), weirdness (Carlos Santana playing third?), pain (Jose Ramirez) and confusion (where is Aguilar supposed to be? Wherever he wants to be). We've already covered the Arizona Fall League, so […]

When to Expect Francisco Lindor

Francisco's Lindor's name has come up a lot this off-season. From being involved in a possible trade for Tampa Bay's David Price to being the reason that the Indians are interested in trading Asdrubal Cabrera. Of course, the underlying question behind any of these discussions is when will he be ready to play in the […]

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