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2012 IPI on Site: Bryson Myles

2012 IPI on Site: Bryson Myles
April 29, 2012
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"IPI on Site" is a new on-line video show for the site developed by myself and edited/produced by Michael Taylor. This show will usually air every Sunday evening during the season and will be an on-air interview with a player in the Cleveland Indians organization that also includes some highlights of them in action.

Once again, this is new territory for myself as I have very limited experience in this field with interviewing in front of a camera, so please understand that when watching. As we go along with this show our hope is to get better every week.  If you have any ideas, feedback or whatever, feel free to contact me.

Thanks as always to the great Michael Taylor for the help with these videos, and most of all, thanks for watching!

Previous episodes:

IPI on Site: Jake Lowery
IPI on Site: Francisco Lindor
IPI On Site - Tony Wolters

Follow Tony and the Indians Baseball Insider on Twitter @TonyIBI. Also, his new book the 2014 Cleveland Indians Baseball Insider which profiles the Indians' Top 100 Prospects and more is available for sale.

User Comments

April 30, 2012 - 7:47 PM EDT
He and org are taking it very slow. Should be back any day. They always are ultra conservative with injuries.
April 30, 2012 - 5:00 PM EDT
Love Bryson Myles future here with the Indians...even though he's been out with the hamstring issues...

Any information, Tony, on when he'll return? With LeVon out for 2-4, it'll be interesting to see who capitalizes on the extra playing time either in center, or as a lead-off hitter going forward. I know that's Luigi-land at this point, but could you see an opportunity for Myles to perhaps move up to Carolina (if healthy)...or even Rodriguez once Holt gets the call-up? I could see a scenario where next year, we have Myles at Akron, Luigi at Carolina and Washington at Lake County to start, with Holt holding fort at Columbus. It really gives us an interesting mix of centerfield prospects going forward...

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