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December 27, 2012   (0 comments)
2013 Scouting Videos: Volume 7
Today we continue on with our seventh batch of 2013 scouting videos. We shot tons of video of over 135 players this season, and in today's batch of videos we feature Alex Lavisky, Matt Lawson, Chia-Ching Lin, Francisco Lindor, Kieran Lovegrove, Jake Lowery, Jeremy Lucas, Luis Lugo, Zach MacPhee, and Josh Martin.
December 27, 2012   (5 comments)
2013 IPI Positional Rankings: The Left-handed relievers
We continue with our 2013 prospect coverage here at the IPI with a look at the left-handed relievers in the Indians system. At the moment, with the departure of Rafael Perez (designated for assignment) and Tony Sipp (traded), the Indians’ have limited internal options to fill a left-handed role in their Major League bullpen. Tony looks at all the left-handed relief options in the system all the way to the rookie level, and breaks down the future and potential for the likes of Scott Barnes, Eric Berger, Geoff Davenport, Nick Hagadone, Danny Jimenez, Francisco Jimenez, Kyle Petter, Edgar Pineda, J.D. Reichenbach and many others.
December 27, 2012   (17 comments)
Corner of Carnegie and Ontario: The Gifts keep flowing
The Cleveland Indians have had a bountiful holiday season thusfar, as the front office here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario has bullrushed the hot stove season and addressed several needs previously ignored. In past years, the moves made so far would be more than expected. This season, it really could be just the beginning. What's on tap over the next month? Join Jim Pete in his latest column...
December 26, 2012   (1 comments)
2013 Scouting Videos: Volume 6
Today we continue on with our sixth batch of 2013 scouting videos. We shot tons of video of over 135 players this season, and in today's batch of videos we feature T.J. House, Dillon Howard, Antwonie Hubbard, Daniel Jimenez, Francisco Jimenez, Jeff Johnson, Hunter Jones, Jairo Kelly, Corey Kluber, and Kyle Landis.
December 26, 2012   (19 comments)
The Indians could be nearing their payroll threshold for 2013
The Indians have made two big trades and signed free agents Nick Swisher and Mark Reynolds, all of which make for big changes not only on the field, but with their payroll for 2013. Tony takes a quick look at where the Indians' payroll is at after all the moves and what wiggle room - if any - the Indians have going forward.
December 26, 2012   (4 comments)
Then & Now: Giovanni Soto
The IPI's Steve Orbanek returns with the latest edition of Then & Now. Steve looks at promising left-hander Giovanni Soto, who is coming off a strong 2012 season with the Akron Aeros. Steve looks back at Soto's career and also touches on how Soto may be able to impact the Major League team moving forward.
December 25, 2012   (0 comments)
2013 Scouting Videos: Volume 5
It may be Christmas, but we continue with our fifth batch of 2013 scouting videos. We shot tons of video of over 135 players this season, and in today's batch of videos we feature Bo Greenwell, Harold Guerrero, Preston Guilmet, Eric Haase, Trey Haley, Todd Hankins, Louis Head, Jordan Henry, Tyler Holt, and Rafael Homblert.
December 25, 2012   (7 comments)
'Tis the season to be an Indians fan
As we all get set to enjoy the company of family and friends on this Christmas holiday, we wanted to take a little time to give thanks and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. In this collaboration piece, several IBI staff members explain why they love baseball and the Indians.
December 24, 2012   (1 comments)
2013 Scouting Videos: Volume 4
Today we continue on with the fourth batch of 2013 scouting videos. We shot tons of video of over 135 players this season, and in today's batch of videos we feature Xavier De Los Santos, Luis DeJesus, Carlos Diaz, Juan Diaz, Paolo Espino, Evan Frazar, Anthony Gallas, Robel Garcia, Erik Gonzalez, and Michael Goodnight.
December 24, 2012   (16 comments)
Breaking down the Swisher deal and the Indians next move
Wow, what a crazy month it has been for the Indians. It feels like the winter meetings were two months ago when in fact they were just getting underway three weeks ago. Anyway, as we all get set to open our presents under the Christmas tree and spend time with family, the Indians unwrapped their big gift early signing free agent outfielder Nick Swisher yesterday to a big deal. Tony provides tons of thoughts and insight on the signing, and also looks at whether their offseason shopping is done and where they may go from here.
December 24, 2012   (11 comments)
Swisher SWEET: The Indians finally seal the deal
The Cleveland Indians haven't made a lot of statements with regards to their approach during the 2012-2013 hot stove league, but they really haven't had to. Chris Antonetti, Terry Francona, and the rest of the Tribe brass have spearheaded a consistent effort to improve the foundation of the team. Jim Pete takes a look at that approach in the rearviewmirror, while also looking forward at the potential line-up that is emerging for Terry Francona in 2013.
December 24, 2012   (0 comments)
Around the Farm: December 23, 2012
Most of the regular Indians had the night off, except for Andrew Campbell of the Australian League's Brisbane Bandits. Still, there were several former tribe-hands in action on Sunday Night. Join Jim Pete as he takes a look at the ghosts of Christmas past...or...well...the Indians past.
December 23, 2012   (15 comments)
Swisher vs. Choo: Did the Tribe improve?
The Indians camp is buzzing at the signing of Nick Swisher. As the news settles on the newest member of the Tribe, IPI's Jeff Ellis takes a closer look at the potential improvement. Is Swisher truly better than the player he replaced in Shin-Soo Choo? Join one of our best analysts as he takes a closer look at the advanced numbers, and whether or not the Indians truly did improve.
December 23, 2012   (16 comments)
Signing Swisher means Indians must contend NOW
Cleveland got itself an early Christmas present, as Nick Swisher agreed to sign with the team Sunday morning. As exciting as it is to see the biggest free agent contract in team history signed, such a deal does not come without risk. At 32, Swisher is more likely to get worse than better, meaning that contract could get ugly at the end. Jim Piascik analyzes the downside to the signing and what pressures that puts on 2013.

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