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Indians Prospect Insider

July 20, 2012   (0 comments)
Soto is not going to rest on his laurels
Double-A Akron left-handed pitcher Giovanni Soto made a date with history on Sunday when he threw the second nine inning complete game no-hitter in franchise history. Even with the huge accomplishment, Soto is determined to use it as a building block for a strong finish and continue to develop as a pitcher. Stephanie Metzger recently sat down with the talented southpaw and talked about the no-hitter and more...
July 20, 2012   (2 comments)
The Scrapperbook: 7/13/2012-7/19/2012
The short season Single-A Mahoning Valley Scrappers went 3-3 this week, staying right at .500 as the season rages on. The offense has picked up, the starters have looked solid, so what's the problem? Site columnist Andrew Zajac has the answer and recaps the week that was in his weekly notebook "The Scrapperbook".
July 20, 2012   (1 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #92 - Indians 0, Rays 6
The Indians were up against a tough foe on Thursday as they tried to win the series against the Rays with their ace David Price on the mound. Things did not go so well as Price dominated and the Rays had a big sixth inning to blow the game open and win easily 6-0. Jason Ruggiero gives his "second thoughts" on the game...
July 20, 2012   (3 comments)
Around The Farm: July 19, 2012
On the same night that Bruce Wayne rose as the Dark Knight, the Indians had plenty of players rising in their system. Members of the Sabour-tooth fan club were given reason to cheer, as were those who root for Jared Goedert. The top spot from Thursday night belongs to the ultimate rising story, a pitcher returning from injury to dominate again. As always, click on the link to join Jim Piascik as he takes you Around The Farm.
July 20, 2012   (0 comments)
Scrappers, Jammers halted by rain
The Scrappers traveled to Jamestown seeking to make the most of their short two game road trip. They got off to a good start Thursday night, jumping out to a 6-3 lead early on against the Jammers. The weather failed to cooperate, however, as heavy rain forced the game to be suspended after just three innings of play.
July 20, 2012   (0 comments)
Captains shut down by River Bandits, 7-2
The Quad Cities River Bandits (14-12, 49-46) jumped on the Lake County Captains (14-12, 45-50) early and got a great night from their pitching staff to snap the Captains’ five game winning streak.
July 20, 2012   (3 comments)
Mudcats Fall to Dash in Series Finale
The Carolina Mudcats (15-11) fell to the Winston Salem Dash (13-13) 7-0 in the game in which baseball wasn’t the main story.
July 20, 2012   (0 comments)
Aeros Strike Early, Beat Flying Squirrels 4-3
The Akron Aeros scored four runs in the first inning and held on for Matt Packer’s first win of the season, beating the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 4-3.
July 20, 2012   (0 comments)
Clippers Outslug Bats 13-12
Behind one of their best offensive performances of the season Thursday, the Clippers won the final game of their series against Louisville 13-12, but even with the strong output at the plate, the victory did not come easily.
July 19, 2012   (2 comments)
On-Deck with the Captains: 7/12/12 - 7/18/12
The Captains are currently on a five-game winning streak and everything is clicking for them. Jordan Smith was named the Indians Minor League Player of the Week for the second time this season, and lots of other players on the roster have really played well of late. Lianna Holub checks in with her weekly notebook "On-Deck with the Captains" to recap the week that was...
July 19, 2012   (1 comments)
Minor Happenings: Soto-rific this year
In today’s Minor Happenings, Tony takes a look at the no-hitter by lefty Giovanni Soto and the development he has made this year as a prospect, the strides Jordan Smith has made both offensively and defensively, he runs through another infirmary report with several updates on some of the walking wounded in the system, talks with the Indians front office about players at several different levels in the system, and tons more.
July 19, 2012   (0 comments)
Second Thoughts: Game #91 - Indians 10, Rays 6
The Indians exploded offensively last night and scored ten runs with two outs and beat the Rays 10-6 in a much needed win for them. Justin Masterson struggled, but the bullpen and defense kept them close until the offense found a way to break...and then Carlos Santana's moon shot put the game away. Charlie Adams breaks down the game only how he can in today's "Second Thoughts".
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...
July 19, 2012   (0 comments)
Mudcats enjoy offensive outburst in 11-9 win
The Carolina Mudcats launched some towering home runs to drive across six in an 11-9 win over the Winston-Salem Dash on Wednesday afternoon at Five County Stadium. A crowd of 1,852 watched Bo Greenwell, Ronny Rodriguez and Carlos Moncrief crush long balls throughout the afternoon, and the Mudcats improved to 15-11, 46-49 overall.
July 19, 2012   (0 comments)
Scrappers lose 8-6, split set with Spikes
The Scrappers and Spikes engaged in high-scoring affair Wednesday night, with the Spikes coming out victorious 8-6. Josh Martin took the hill, looking to earn his fourth straight win. During that three game stretch, he had only given up five runs on ten hits. He was opposed by the highly touted young Mexican prospect Luis Heredia.
July 18, 2012   (0 comments)
Captains win fifth straight, beat River Bandits 7-1
The Lake County Captains (14-11, 45-49) jumped out to an early 5-0 lead and Shawn Morimando pitched six great innings to defeat the Quad Cities River Bandits (13-12, 48-46) on Thursday night. With the win Lake County matched a season high with five straight wins.
July 18, 2012   (0 comments)
Neal delivers walkoff hit in 6-5 Aeros win
Aeros left fielder Thomas Neal hit a walk-off single with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, as Akron beat Harrisburg, 6-5. With the win, Akron (58-39) swept the Senators while increasing their winning streak to six games.
July 18, 2012   (0 comments)
Clippers lose close one to Bats, 4-2
On a night when Huntington Park was celebrating Columbus’ bicentennial, the Clippers (49-49) were dealt a heartbreaking loss to the Louisville Bats (37-62) on Wednesday by a final score of 4-2. Donning light blue uniforms bearing the number “200,” the Clippers were frustrated throughout the night by dominant Bats pitching and a controversial call by the umpires in a critical situation.
July 18, 2012   (4 comments)
2012 Indians Draft: Indians got who they wanted
Another draft has come and gone with the conclusion of the signing period this past Friday. In total the Indians signed 26 of their 40 draft picks, including all of their top 16 picks and 22 of their first 24 picks. Tony sat down and talked to Indians Director of Amateur Scouting Brad Grant yesterday and discussed at length the draft and where the Indians go from here in planning for next year.
July 18, 2012   (0 comments)
Lavisky's progress has been slow, but he's still working hard
Low-A Lake County catcher Alex Lavisky has not performed up to expectations so far in his second full season as a professional, but he has the aptitude, the tools, and the drive to get better. There are few players in the system with more class and with as great a makeup as him, and he continues to work hard every day to get things right in the hope things eventually click and come together.

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