The Top 10 Youngest Players In Each League On Opening Day
As we’ve done for three years, here’s a look at the Top 10 youngest players in each league as the season began (you can also see the 2012 Opening Day, 2011 [...]
Minor League Opening Day Roster Analysis: Cleveland Indians
WHERE THE TOP 10 PROSPECTS ARE 1 Trevor Bauer 1/17/91 ss Columbus Clippers (AAA) 2 Francisco Lindor 11/14/1993 ss Carolina Mudcats (HiA) 3 Dorssys Paulino 11/21/1994 ss Lake County Captains [...]
Braves Find Plenty Of Production From Farm System In Recent Years
CHICAGO–Their offseason acquisitions of the Upton brothers notwithstanding, the Braves don’t make a lot of flashy moves and they don’t throw a lot of money around. In the past four [...]
2013 Organization Talent Rankings: Cardinals Rank No. 1
As a cap to our offseason prospect rankings, we line up the minor league talent in every organization from 1-30. Baseball America’s annual organization talent rankings reflect the total worth [...]
New Outlook In Akron
The Akron Aeros were known for being one of the cheapest franchises in the minor leagues, but new ownership gives a new outlook.
Tribe Easily Dreams On Paulino
Dorssys Paulino may be far away from the major leagues, but the Indians are finding it easy to dream on his potential.
Indians Send Strong Contigent To AFL
There really isn't an offseason in baseball and several Indians farmhands are using Winter Ball to continue their progress.
Rondon Makes Thrilling Return
Indians righthander Hector Rondon hasn't pitched competitively for two years, but he returned in 2012 and was along for a championship ride with Double-A Akron.
Aguilar Adusts On And Off The Field
Jesus Aguilar has become fluent in English since signing with the Indians five years ago and is emerging as a true power threat at the plate.
Francisco Lindor Showed Few Flaws In First Full Season
The youngest player in the Midwest League for a majority of the season, Francisco Lindor—a 5-foot-11, 175-pound switch-hitting shortstop—impressed Tribe brass on both sides of the ball. He also displayed the intangibles of a mature baseball intelligence, natural instincts and clubhouse leadership.