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Around the Farm takes a quick look at some of yesterday’s performances by Indians prospects throughout the system. The positions listed below are where the player was playing in yesterday’s game.
Cedric Hunter: LF, Columbus Clippers: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 HR, 2 RBI:
The system is ripe with up-and-coming prospects, but part of the charm of minor league baseball are when guys like Cedric Hunter have a game that really makes a difference for their respective team. The Clippers have been struggling to put runs on the board, and Monday’s game was no different…until Hunter stepped to the plate in the seventh inning. He launched his first regular season home run with the Clippers, a two-run blast that was the difference-maker in their 3-0 victory. Hunter will likely never get a taste with the Indians, but here is where a guy like Hunter proves his value.
Cody Anderson: SP, Carolina Mudcats: W (3-0), 6 IP, 4 H, 0 R/ER, 2 BB, 3 K:
There are always guys in the system from year-to-year ...
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The Cleveland Indians have activated catcher Lou Marson from the 15-day disabled list (neck).
Marson had been on the disabled list for the first time in his career following a collision with Tampa Bay’s Desmond Jennings at home plate on April 9 in Tampa Bay. He was previously hitless on the season, walking twice in two games.
To make room for Marson on the 25-man roster, the Indians...
The Indians have placed right-hander Brett Myers on the 15-day disabled list with a right arm injury and have called up right-hander Fernando Nievefrom Triple-A Columbus.
Myers has been dealing with tendonitis in his right flexor tendon since spring training. His performance has suffered as a result, and his velocity was down about 5 MPH in his start on Friday. He was sent to...
The Cleveland Indians announced today that SP Brett Myers has elbow tendonitis and a mild UCL sprain-
RHP BRETT MYERS has been diagnosed w/R elbow tendonitis & mild UCL sprain.Will not throw for 2 weeks.Can resume throwing when symptom-free
— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) April 22, 2013
The best case for the Indians? Myers is down for a couple weeks and returns healthy.
The Akron Aeros nearly got over .500 in a week for the first time, but fell short after they dropped four of seven. The Aeros held leads deep into the game but stumbled to close out games, something manager Edwin Rodriguez remarked upon Sunday afternoon.
"When the players get to Double-A," Rodriguez said. "They have the talent to be here, but they have to develop...
Three weeks into the season and Indians outfielder Nick Swisher can't contain his excitement over his new team.
The veteran will have to wait another day to help Cleveland try to extend its three-game winning streak after rain postponed Tuesday night's game against Chicago White Sox.
The game was called three hours and 35 minutes before the scheduled first pitch. Starters...
The Cleveland Indians have placed right-hander Brett Myers
on the 15-day disabled list with a right forearm injury, according to Nick
Camino of WTAM 1100.
#Indians place RHP Brett Myers on 15-day DL. Corey Kluber will start Wed. vs. #WhiteSox.
— Nick Camino (@CaminoTribe) April 21, 2013
Myers has been dealing with discomfort in his right forearm
since the middle...
Tyler Naquin (Carolina, CF) - 3-5, 2 R, 2 2B, 2 RBI - Naquin's been strong all season, but tonight he took it to another level as he picked up his second and third doubles of the season as well as his 9th and 10th RBI. Naquin is now batting .303. While his OBP (.370) and tendency to strike out rather than walk (19 Ks to only 5 BBs) are a little worrisome, it is good to remember...
The Cleveland Indians placed outfielder Michael Bourn on the 15-day disabled list last week when he sustained a laceration on his right hand. The injury required five stitches, which are scheduled to be removed Thursday, according to Jordan Bastian of MLB.com.
Indians CF Michael Bourn (15-day DL) is scheduled to have the stitches removed from his injured right index finger on...
Cleveland's Drew Stubbs homered yesterday - destroying a fan's popcorn in the process.
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