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July 26, 2012   (4 comments)
Around the Farm: July 25, 2012
Tim Fedroff continued his International League onslaught with a big doubleheader in which he had a hit in ever at-bat but one. Cord Phelps joined him with another hot night, Bryan Price had his best night of the season out of the pen, and Rob Bryson joined him with HIS best night out of the pen on the season. No beating around the bush though, ZEKE continues to hold fort at the top of ATF...
 
July 25, 2012   (0 comments)
Fishing for Mudcats: "Floating to Nowhere"
The Mudcats can't find any consistency this season, other than to be consistently inconsistent. While the offense seemed to find their groove without their big bopper doing much of anything, their rotation and their bullpen did about what was expected, and tread water, reversing roles week after week. Tune into this week's Fishing for Mudcats, to see the High A Mudcats at their best...
 
July 25, 2012   (3 comments)
Around the Farm: July 24, 2012
Zeke Carrera is just killing it in Columbus, and like last year, may be the best player there right now. Juan Diaz is playing his best baseball of the season, and perhaps even of his entire career. Preston Guilmet is the iceman, and clearly doesn't let implosions effect him longer than about a minute. At the top of the heap is a guy that's used to leading the "pack." I know, mystic...so find out who it is...after the jump...
 
July 24, 2012   (7 comments)
IPI's Mid Season Rankings #9-#14
Every winter, Tony Lastoria produces the preeminent Indians prospect rankings each winter. With the season in full swing, and our massive website being Tony's major focus, Jim Pete has modified the top 22, taking into account performance, the draft, and several other criteria over the course of the first 2/3rds of the season. You must have a subscription to view #16-#22, as well as #9-#14, but #15 & # 8 are free! Here's a look at #9-#14, after the jump. This is premium content...
 
July 24, 2012   (0 comments)
IPI's Mid-Season Rankings: #8-#14
Every winter, Tony Lastoria produces the preeminent Indians prospect rankings each winter. With the season in full swing, and our massive website being Tony's major focus, Jim Pete has modified the top 22, taking into account performance, the draft, and several other criteria over the course of the first 2/3rds of the season. You must have a subscription to view #9-#14 and #16-#22, but the players residing at #8 and #15 are free! Here's a look at #8, after the jump....
 
July 24, 2012   (0 comments)
Smoke Signals 7/24: Buying, Selling or Quitting?
The Yankees may have pulled off the surprise of the deadline with the trade for Ichiro. The White Sox made the first couple of moves with Youkilis and Brett Myers. The Tigers pull in a big-time starter in Anibal Sanchez. The Indians...The Indians...The Indians...well...they sure like to talk about Windows? With Tony vacationing on the great American beaches, join Jim and the IPI as they talk trade deadline...
 
July 24, 2012   (2 comments)
Around the Farm: July 23, 2012
Tim Fedroff continues to make a play to make it to the big leagues. He's done everything except steal Johnny Damon's jersey and 5 o'clock shadow. Matt Pagnozzi blasted two home runs on the night, showing off a bit of that family pedigree. The headliner continues to show up skills that should get him at least to Triple A. Find out who, after the jump...
 
July 23, 2012   (0 comments)
IPI's Mid-Season Rankings: #15-#22
Every winter, Tony Lastoria produces the preeminent Indians prospect rankings each winter. With the season in full swing, and our massive website being Tony's major focus, Jim Pete has modified the top 22, taking into account performance, the draft, and several other criteria over the course of the first 2/3rds of the season. You must have a subscription to view #16-#22, but #15 is free! Here's a look at #15, after the jump.
 
July 23, 2012   (4 comments)
IPI's Mid-Season Rankings: #16-#22
Every winter, Tony Lastoria produces the preeminent Indians prospect rankings each winter. With the season in full swing, and our massive website being Tony's major focus, Jim Pete has modified the top 22, taking into account performance, the draft, and several other criteria over the course of the first 2/3rds of the season. Here's a look at #16-#22, after the jump. You must have a subscription to view this piece. #15 is free!
 
July 23, 2012   (6 comments)
Around the Farm: July 22, 2012
2012 fourth round draft pick, D'vone McClure belted his first professional home run in a three-hit performance in only his second professional ball game. Felix Sterling continued one of the strangest up-and-down seasons of recent memory. The top spot of ATF goes to a guy that spent a whole lot of time this season in the top three. Find out who...after the jump...
 
July 22, 2012   (9 comments)
Around the Farm: July 21, 2012
Ezequiel Carrera is hitting .317 over his last 44 games, and Tim Fedroff is hitting .384 over his last 20 games. Both are making a play for a potential bench role this year, should an injury force the Indians hand. Chris Seddon and Jake Sisco continue to pitch well, while Mahoning Valley hits like garbage. The top slot goes to perhaps my favorite player in 2012. Find out who that is, after the jump...
 
July 21, 2012   (19 comments)
Corner of Carnegie & Ontario: "Clark, we're stuck under a truck"
Enough treading water. The Indians need to make a move. With many saying this team can't win, or wait until next year, Jim Pete is off that bandwagon. This team can win, and win now. A big bat and a #2 or #3 pitcher could turn the tide. Easier said than done? Let Antonetti worry about that, it's his job...but get it done. Join Jim Pete on the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario as he rallies the trade wagons...after the jump...
 
July 20, 2012   (8 comments)
Cody Allen called up to the Indians
Cody Allen was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 23rd round of the Major League first-year player draft last June 7, 2011. On July 20, 2012, Cody Allen was promoted to the Cleveland Indians, completing one of the quickest progressions through the Indians organization in recent memory. Find out the details from IPI's Jim Pete, after the jump...
 
July 19, 2012   (8 comments)
Around the Farm: July 18, 2012
Tyler Cannon is a name that not many people have been paying attention to in the Indians system, but he's quietly becoming a factor in the system, both offensively and defensively. The Lake County offensive crew seems to be back on track and loaded for bear, led by some pesky infielder named Lindor. At the top of the charts on Wednesday night is one of my favorite players in the system...if only the Indians would feel the same way...
 

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