Grady Sizmore could have a huge impact on Tyler Naquin

A stroll through the Indians outfield, Part III. As we continue to explore the Cleveland Indians’ expected April outfield, the simple question must be asked: What is Tyler Naquin? He was so excellent for about 50 or 60 games, hitting .313/.392/.663 over a stretch from the beginning of June through the middle of August. He was dreadful for the rest of the season, hitting .250...
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Naquin, Chisenhall had different views on first inning mistake

As important as Addison Russell’s grand slam was, many would argue that the play that keyed the Chicago Cubs’ Game 6 win over the Cleveland Indians and set the tone early was the misplayed fly ball in the first inning that saw confusion reign between center fielder Tyler Naquin and right fielder Lonnie Chisenhall. Nobody was entirely sure what happened on the play. That includes...
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November 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Tyler Naquin hits walkoff inside-the-park home run (Video)

The Indians opened their weekend series with the Blue Jays with a dramatic win on Friday. Cleveland entered the bottom of the ninth inning trailing 2-1, but that deficit didn’t last long. Carlos Santana flied out to the catcher to begin the inning. Then, Jose Ramirez hit a solo home run to tie the ball game. Next up was Tyler Naquin who won the game with another home run, only...
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August 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Tyler Naquin’s Walk-Off, Inside-The-Park Homer Caps Historic Indians Comeback

There’s a flair for the dramatic, and then there’s what Tyler Naquin and the Cleveland Indians did Friday night. The Indians trailed the Toronto Blue Jays by a run entering the ninth inning at Progressive Field when Jose Ramirez came up clutch, hitting a solo home run off Jays closer Roberto Osuna to tie the score. But Ramirez’s heroics were just a precursor to what Naquin...
August 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Indians’ Tyler Naquin reacts to recording first Major League hit

Wednesday night’s Cleveland Indians game may have just been the second regular season game of a long 162-game regular season for many players, but for one particular Indian, it was a game that he will never forget. After being the best hitter in Goodyear, Arizona during Spring Training, outfielder Tyler Naquin earned himself a spot on the Opening Day roster, and on Wednesday,...
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April 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Naquin’s Time In Cleveland Is Either Now or Never

Opportunities are funny. They’re very similar to how the seasons in Ohio work. One day, it’s rainy and gloomy, and then all of a sudden it’s blue skies. Then you take another look outside, and it’s a snow storm. Things just come and go, but nothing seems to last forever. Opportunities are similar. At times, you think nothing is ever going to change, and you’re just going...
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March 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Is Tyler Naquin The Indians Center Fielder of the Future?

Over the last few years, the Indians have slowly been building a very solid farm system stocked with MLB-caliber talent at multiple positions. One of the Indians deepest positions is the outfield, which has 5-6 potential major league players that could help the Indians or be used as a valuable trade chip. One of the most talented of these players is the Indians first round draft...
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August 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Naquin Looks to Rebound Following Season Ending Injury

The 2014 season was a special year for Tyler Naquin, but not for all the right reasons. After being drafted by the Tribe in the first round of the 2012 draft, Naquin has had a pretty decent career thus far. He’s spent most of his time playing in centerfield, and doing exactly what the Indians had hoped for when they drafted him: run fast, hit for contact, and play stellar defense...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Indians minor leaguer rounds the bases in 15.44 seconds on inside-the-park homer

Akron Rubberducks outfielder Tyler Naquin is fast. So fast, that he turned a fly ball to center into an inside-the-park home run during Friday's game against the Harrisburg Senators. The outfielder made an incredible catch, which should have ended the inning, but he dropped it -- and Naquin took off. His lightning quick speed propelled him from home-to-home in 15.44 seconds for...
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June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Making Adjustments has Provided Success for Naquin

Staying focused and maintaining a consistent routine has been key to the recent success of center fielder Tyler Naquin The 23-year old, Texas native has been one of the hottest hitters for the Double-A Akron RubberDucks. In the month of April, Naquin hit a modest .262/.344/.727. Since the beginning of May though, he’s really turned it on and has hit an outstanding .302/.346/.752...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

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