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March 9, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #25 Jake Lowery
We begin the front half of the 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown with Jake Lowery at #25. He is a powerful catching prospect the Indians picked up in the 4th round of last year's draft and has a lot of potential with his bat. Tony looks at what type of offensive player he could become and where he may fit on the field as a defender.
March 8, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #26 Michael Goodnight
The first half of the 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown wraps up with right-handed pitcher Michael Goodnight at #26. He is a strong starting pitching prospect with a delivery you can dream on and has potential as a middle of the rotation starter in the big leagues. Tony provides the details on what he improved in 2011 and what he needs to continue to work on in 2012.
March 7, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #27 Tyler Sturdevant
The 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with right-handed reliever Tyler Sturdevant coming in at #27. He took a sizable jump in prospect stature last season and is now a legitimate big league bullpen option. Tony talks about his improved velocity, performance, and just what he may become as a big league reliever.
March 6, 2012   (1 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #28 Trey Haley
The 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with right-handed pitcher Trey Haley coming in at #28. He has yet to live up to his draft promise and some may question his ranking in the Top 30, but there is no denying his talent as he has one of the top two or three arms in the system. After some velocity gains and mechanical changes last year, Tony believes he is ready to make a big step forward this season.
March 5, 2012   (2 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #29 Robbie Aviles
We move into the 20s of the 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown, and coming in at #29 is right-handed pitcher Robbie Aviles. He spent most of last season rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, but now that he is healthy and ready to go this season he could begin to live up to his promise as a top two round pick going into the 2010 Draft. Tony gives the details.
March 4, 2012   (1 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #30 Kyle Blair
The 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues and we crack into the Top 30 with right-handed pitcher Kyle Blair at #30. He had a tale of two seasons last year, one pitching with a knee injury and one without, which led to some ups and downs with his performance. Tony sorts it all out and explains what happened last year to the highly regarded 2010 Draft pick.
March 3, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #31 Bryce Stowell
Right-handed pitcher Bryce Stowell comes in at #31 in the 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown. He has a powerful right arm, but with command issues and the Indians' mysterious usage of him last season his big league future remains in doubt. Tony looks at what happened last year and his Major League future.
March 3, 2012   (5 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #32 Nick Weglarz
The 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with outfielder Nick Weglarz coming in at #32. He was a top ten prospect for four straight years from 2008-2011, but injuries have ravaged his once promising prospect status. Tony gives the details on how much his star has faded and if he still has a chance to shine on the Major League stage with the Indians.
March 2, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #33 Rob Bryson
The 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with Rob Bryson at #33, a talented right-handed reliever with Major League ability that has sort of been snake bitten by injuries the past few years. Tony provides the details on whether he is still a Major League option, and if he is, what he needs to do to stay one.
March 1, 2012   (4 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #34 Alex Lavisky
The 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with catcher Alex Lavisky at #34. He is a high level catching prospect the Indians drafted out of high school in 2010 and paid a large sum of money to woo away from college. He had a tough first full season last year, but Tony says it is all part of the adjustment process for a young player playing the most demanding position in the game.
March 1, 2012   (3 comments)
A Look Back: The 2008 Indians Top 11 Prospects
Jason Ruggiero looks back at the Indians' Top 11 prospects that were ranked just four years ago by Baseball Prospectus. He looks at what their outlook was projected to be in 2008 and the reality that they are in 2012.
February 29, 2012   (1 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #35 Mike Rayl
Lefty Mike Rayl comes in at #35 in the 2012 IPI Top 50 Indians Prospect countdown. He is an intriguing left-handed starting pitching prospect that the organization has been very high on since they drafted him and will continue to develop him as a starter. Tony looks at his future as a starter and why the Indians like him so much.
February 29, 2012   (2 comments)
Lindor has the winning spirit
One of the most exciting things about a new season is watching all the new talent from the most recent draft to see who struggles and succeeds in their first full season. This spring all eyes are on last year's #1 pick shortstop Francisco Lindor, and this season he is ready to develop....and win.
February 28, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #36 Carlos Moncrief
One of the most intriguing players in the Indians' system comes in at #36 in the 2012 IPI Top 50 Indians Prospect countdown. Carlos Moncrief is a converted pitcher that has the tools to be a prototype right-fielder with athleticism, power and arm strength. Tony looks into his potential and what he needs to do to get over the hump and become an even higher level prospect.
February 27, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #37 Jordan Smith
A very promising bat comes in at #37 in the 2012 IPI Top 50 Indians Prospect countdown. Jordan Smith was picked up in the 9th round of the 2011 Draft and quickly impressed at Mahoning Valley and in Instructional League last year. He has the makings to become a lot more and Tony gives all the details.
February 26, 2012   (2 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #38 Danny Salazar
Coming in at #38 on the 2012 IPI Top 50 Indians Prospects countdown is a pitcher the Indians added to the 40-man roster in the offseason, even though he had Tommy John surgery and hardly pitched the last two seasons and has never pitched above Low-A. Tony gives the details on his potential and what made the Indians roster him.
February 25, 2012   (1 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #39 Giovanni Soto
The 2012 IPI Top 50 Indians Prospects countdown continues with our first entry into the 30s with lefty Giovanni Soto coming in at #39. Soto was acquired for Jhonny Peralta back in July of 2010 and has been a nice pickup and has some upside, though battled some health issues last season. Tony talks about his future and more.
February 25, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #40 Jorge Martinez
Young up-and-coming infielder Jorge Martinez checks in at #40 in the 2012 IPI Top 50 Indians Prospect countdown. Martinez has spent the last two seasons in Arizona working on his game, gaining experience, and maturing, and may be primed for a trip to Ohio sometime this season to play for Lake County or Mahoning Valley. Tony has the details.
February 24, 2012   (2 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #41 T.J. House
Coming in at the #41 slot in the 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown is T.J. House, a young lefty that the previous three seasons was a Top 20 prospect in the organization. He struggled through an inconsistent campaign in 2011, but Tony provides details on his struggles and what he can do to rebound in 2012.
February 23, 2012   (0 comments)
2012 Indians Top 50 Prospects: #42 Beau Mills
Former 1st round pick Beau Mills comes in at #42 on the 2012 IPI Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown. Mills once looked like the heir apparent at first base a few years ago, but after two rough seasons at Akron he became a forgotten man in that equation until last year when he came back with a strong season. Tony gives the details on whether or not he can still live up to his potential.

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