Here is what's ahead on this edition of Tribe Report:
- Inside Carlos Santana's power surge
- We take you to Indians Youth Camp with Matt Kata
- Meet Clippers outfielder Carlos Moncrief
- Lake County Captains' homage to "Major League"
- And a special guest appearance by "Jobu" himself?
Check out Tribe Report Tuesday night at 11 following Training Camp Daily.
If you’re looking for someone with a contagious attitude, look no further than outfielder Carlos Moncrief.
The native Mississippian has a trademark grin that shows up in the outfield and in the batter’s box, and it’s pretty easy to see why.
Moncrief has been with the Indians organization since 2008. Back then he wasn’t the outfielder that fans in Columbus get to see daily...
SYRACUSE, NY - A monster game from Carlos Moncrief propelled the Columbus Clippers to an 8-3 victory on the road against the Syracuse Chiefs on Sunday afternoon.
The right fielder went 3-for-3 on the day, and was a triple shy of batting for the cycle, as the Clippers (22-20) gained the early upper hand on the Chiefs (21-22) by scoring five runs in the first three innings.
If anyone can learn something from Columbus Clippers outfielder Carlos Moncrief’s experience in professional baseball, it would be the importance of hard work and taking it one day at a time. “[It’s been] hard work, I can tell you that,” ... Read More
The IBI's 2014 Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with outfielder Carlos Moncrief. The IBI's Tony Lastoria has long been a fan of Moncrief and after a big 2013 showing where he seemingly put it all together, he pushes the Moncrief Train even further with his first Top 10 ranking. In this detailed scouting report, Tony explains what finally clicked for Moncrief, the...
A catch in the kitchen has made Carlos Moncrief a household name.
The Cleveland minor leaguer has drawn all sorts of attention after a nifty set of pictures from a spring training game against Cincinnati.
The photos Wednesday showed Moncrief's catch on a fly ball by Kristopher Negron at Goodyear Ballpark. An outfield billboard for a homebuilding company in the background makes...
Via AP on Fox
February 27, 2014
Well that’s, um, odd. Cleveland Indians outfielder Carlos Moncrief had some very odd and out-of-place scenery as a backstop as he chased down a fly ball during a recent Cleveland Indians spring training game at Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Ariz. (wonder how they came up with the name of the stadium). As you can plainly […]The post Optical illusion created by kitchen ad on Indians’...
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 minors during the prime of their career. While some of these MiLB vets, like the Twins' Sam Deduno who...
Akron Aeros outfielder Carlos Moncrief is not your typical prospect.
At 24 years old, he’s a bit more, well, mature than the average Double-A Eastern League player. He’s listed as 6-foot and 219-lbs, which both seem to be moderately generous. And as a former pitcher, he doesn’t have quite that much professional experience as a batter.
But the Cleveland Indians can no longer...
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Like most 20-somethings, Akron Aeros outfielder Carlos Moncrief enjoys playing video games, especially MLB The Show. He does not create himself in the game, though; instead he thinks about what could be.
"Every time I look at the Indians' lineup," Moncrief said. "I just hope that I'm in there one year, and I'll play with the Indians all the time when...