Found May 12, 2014 on Did The Tribe Win Last Night?:
The Cleveland Indians currently have a king sitting in their deck of players at the Triple-A level in Columbus; his name is Jesus Aguilar. Aguilar is currently hitting .310 with the Clippers with 39 hits, seven home runs and 19 ... Read More
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