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November 21, 2012   (9 comments)
Corner of Carnegie and Ontario: A Thankful Tribe....
The holidays are officially upon us, and you know what? There's plenty to be thankful for here in Cleveland with regards to the Cleveland Indians. No, this team will never be compared to the 1927 Yankees, or even the 2007 Cleveland Indians, but there's plenty of upside on a team that lost...a lot. Happy Thanksgiving everybody...
 
November 19, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: November 18, 2012
Ezequiel Carrera continued his torrid pace for Magallanes with another multi-hit performance. Starter Eric Berger took another loss to go 0-4, but kept his ERA under 3.00 while doing it.Giovanni Soto and Matt Langwell were both shutout performers for Gigantes, while Giovanny Urshela his an absolute laser in the World Baseball Classic Qualifiers. Join Jim Pete with another edition of Around the Farm...
 
November 18, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: November 17, 2012
The sun never sets on the Cleveland Indians' empire, and that was certainly true on Saturday when 11 players played in games from Australia to the Caribbean. Hector Rondon continued his outstanding stretch of baseball in Venezuela, while Jose Ramirez scored another run in the Dominican. Andrew Campbell stole the show though, with his third two-hit game down undah. Join Jim Pete, as he takes you Around the Farm...
 
November 14, 2012   (12 comments)
Corner of Carnegie and Ontario: The Blue Jays Cometh?
Kevin Youkilis and Jason Bay are both on the Indians' radar, and both represent players on the opposite sides of the contract-types. Will the Indians sign on another Sizemore-sized risk in Jason Bay? Will the Indians fork over the $9-$10 million it will cost them to sign Youk? And what about the Blue Jays, who found their "contenders-in-a-day" reward at the bottom of their Cracker Jacks. Join Jim Pete for another edition of Corner of Carnegie and Ontario...
 
November 12, 2012   (17 comments)
The IPI Power Poll: Best Indians' catcher of all-time?
Welcome to the newest feature at Indians Prospect Insider, the IPI Power Poll. The Poll will take a look at a relevant topic of the time, an all-time list, or just something that we're talking about here at the IPI home offices. There's nothing like a list to spur a debate, so join us in our lively banter with our weekly polls! Today's poll focuses on the best Indians' catcher of all time. Join Jim Pete after the jump...to find out his vote...
 
November 12, 2012   (2 comments)
Around the Farm: November 11, 2012
The Indians offense was in full gear on Sunday, as there were multi-hit games from the Dominican all the way to Australia. Juan Diaz continues to break out of a slump, while Jose Ramirez continued his torrid hitting since the start of, well, his career with the Tribe. Tune into IPI's Veteran's Day edition of Around the Farm...after the jump...
 
November 7, 2012   (12 comments)
Corner of Carnegie & Ontario: Potential Free Agent Overview
The Indians have begun a long offseason in which they will try and compile a cost-effective group of new players to fill in several holes in the line-up. It's hard to know which direction the Indians will take going forward, but there are several name free agents that the Indians will likely target going forward. Here's a first look at those players...after the jump...
 
November 7, 2012   (0 comments)
Cleveland Sports Insiders: Waiters, Shurmur and Tribe rumors
The Cavaliers appear to have found a diamond in the rough with their pick of Dion Waiters. Have they found their tandem that will carry them to the playoffs and beyond? The Browns played loose football against the Ravens, and it could have put the final nail in his coaching coffin. The Indians made some noise as well. Join Jim and Steve, as they welcome a surprise guest on the cyberwaves tonight, talking all Cleveland Sports!
 
November 5, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: November 4, 2012
The Cleveland Indians had the same players on the diamond on Sunday as they did on Saturday, with a couple of additions. Gregorio Petit had a two-hit game, with two doubles. Tim Fedroff continues his five game hit streak, while Hector Rondon continued his five-game shutout streak. Find out about the rest of the Tribe organization...after the jump...
 
November 4, 2012   (7 comments)
Analyzing the Mike Aviles/Yan Gomes for Esmil Rogers deal
The Indians traded Esmil Rogers to the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, acquiring shortstop Mike Aviles and catcher/infielder Yan Gomes. The move wasn't earth-shattering by anyone's standards, but as a first trade in what should be an aggressive offseason for Chris Antonetti, it may be a sign as to the direction the front office will take. Check out the potential scenarios as Jim Pete analyzes...after the jump...
 
November 4, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: November 3, 2012
The Indians big news of the day was a deal for Mike Aviles and Yan Gomes, and Around the Farm brings you the first player action from the trade, as Gomes is playing in the Dominican Winter League. Jesus Aguilar was busy with an extra-base hit, and Jose Ramirez continued his climb through the system. The Indians also had a couple of players in the AFL Rising Stars game. Join Jim Pete with another Winter League edition of ATF...after the jump.
 
October 31, 2012   (7 comments)
Corner of Carnegie & Ontario: Belle tolls on All Hallow's Eve
Halloween is a day of celebrating for many every October 31st, and that isn't any different on the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario. While many are dressing up in their favorite costumes, carving pumpkins and eating candy corn, Tribe fans are busy egging enemy players' houses, and dodging SUV's. Join Jim Pete on this Halloween look at the Hot Stove League's unofficial start on the last day of October...
 
October 29, 2012   (2 comments)
Around the Farm: October 28, 2012
With the Arizona Fall League taking their normal Sunday off, it was slim pickings for Cleveland Indians' prospects. Eric Berger was still able to throw out his best start of the winter league season, and Hector Rondon continued to rebound after a tough start. The big news of the Caribbean winter leagues was former Tribe starter Bartolo Colon, who was sent to the hospital after a bean ball. Find out more, after the jump...
 
October 28, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: October 27, 2012
The Indians farm hands continued their winter league progression with another rather light night of play. Highlighting Saturday night's baseball was another return of sorts for one of the Tribe's top ten prospects. In his first game in a week, he hit his first AFL home run, and showcased that skill-set that has the fanbase salivating at his potential. Find out who that toolsy player is...after the jump...
 

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