Found October 03, 2013 on Indians Baseball Insider:
The Cleveland Indians season may be over, but the happenings in the minors continue on as usual as Fall Instructional League action continues for another two weeks. On Wednesday the young Indians were in action in Goodyear and beat the Rangers 10-4. The IBI's Arthur Kinney shares all of the details from that game with the complete stats from all of the players in the game and more. Clint Frazier, Elvis Araujo and others continue to impress.
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