Eric Haase’s two home runs leads Akron in victory

Cleveland Indians minor league recap for August 10, 2017. Columbus Clippers 3, Rochester Red Wings 12 Box Score · Clippers fall to 61-56 Remember when Shawn Morimando threw three shutouts in four games? That was a long time ago, and now he’s allowed 24 runs over his last four starts. Last night’s 12-3 blowout was one of Morimando’s shortest outings of the season (4.1...
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Akron’s Haase Named Eastern League’s Player of the Week

Akron catcher Eric Haase put on an impressive display of power over the last week and in doing so, was named the Eastern League’s Player of the Week for games played between July 3 and July 9. Haase entered action last week already on a hitting tear at the plate, coming in with a four-game hitting streak that included three consecutive multi-hit games to start it. He would notch...
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July 10, 2017

Indians minor league recap: Eric Haase has the best game of his career

Nellie Rodriguez also homers for the 23rd time There were several unlikely heroes for the Indians affiliates last night. Struggling catching prospect Eric Haase had an absolutely monster game for Akron, while struggling first base prospect Emmanuel Tapia did the exact same thing for Mahoning Valley in an offensive explosion. Japanese pitcher Toru Murata had one of his best performances...
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Eric Haase, Mastering the Tools of Ignorance

The tools of ignorance is a longstanding euphemism in baseball for the catcher’s gear – mask, chest protector and shin guards. Various sources have credited the origin of this term to either longtime American League catcher Muddy Ruel, or Yankee Hall-of-Fame catcher Bill Dickey. Regardless of its origin, the words create a strong sense of irony, as there is nothing about being...
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Haase Leads A-Ball All-Stars in Minor League Round-up

This week the All-Star rosters were named for both the Carolina League and Midwest League. The Carolina Mudcats had three players named to the Carolina League team in LHP Ryan Merritt, SS Erik Gonzalez and OF Anthony Gallas. Merritt a left-handed starting pitcher is tied for the league lead in wins with fellow teammate Shawn Morimando with six. He leads the league with a 1.71 ERA...
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For First-Time Father Haase, It’s Always Sonny in Eastlake, Ohio

Looking at the lockers in the Lake County Captains’ clubhouse, most are filled with typical male athlete trinkets – food, clothes, extra gear, protein powder, maybe a picture or two of family or friends from back home, phone chargers, iPads, and other things to entertain the players before or after games. Look at the locker of Eric Haase, however, and you notice one photo that...
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