June 4, 2012 (6 comments)
With a tough road schedule facing the Indians, a series win against the Twins was a must. With staff ace, Justin Masterson, taking the hill, the Indians looked to have an advantage. Unfortunately, it's 2012, and not 2011. Kevin Dean returns for his Sunday "Second Thoughts" on Sunday afternoon's game.
May 27, 2012 (6 comments)
The Indians were looking to avoid the sweep against the Chicago White Sox, but Ubaldo Jimenez was responsible to be the stopper. Those days are long behind him, and the White Sox proved it by pummeling the struggling "ace" of the Tribe rotation. Kevin Dean joins the fray to give his Sunday 'Second Thoughts' on today's sweep by the Pale Hose...
April 23, 2012 (0 comments)
It is Monday afternoon, and that means it is time to go "Sailing with the Clippers" to get caught up on the week that was for the Indians' Triple-A affiliate. Kevin Dean recaps the action from last week with thoughts on each game, transactions, stats, and his Clipper pitcher and hitter of the week.
April 20, 2012 (3 comments)
Jared Goedert continues to overwhelm the Eastern League with his bat. Tony Wolters has been woeful on offense in Carolina. A starter returned tonight, to Huff, and puff, and mow down the Reading Phillies. Kevin returns to IPI's original Around the Farm, a spotlight on several top prospects in the Indians' minor league system.
April 19, 2012 (9 comments)
Cord Phelps continues to hit well against Triple-A pitching, Mike Rayl put forth one of the best starting pitching performances in the Indians' system in the early stages of this season, Wright dazzled with his knuckleball, and lots more! It is the IPI's original "Around the Farm" which provides a snapshot of all the highlights from yesterday's minor league action.
April 16, 2012 (0 comments)
Time to go "Sailing with the Clippers" again as Kevin Dean wraps up the week that was for the Indians' Triple-A affiliate. They are off to a good start at 7-4 and in first place in the Western Division of the International League, and Kevin gives all the updates on what is going on there.
April 14, 2012 (0 comments)
Runs were at a premium in the Indians' minor league system on Friday night as all four affiliates managed to score a total of five runs on the night. Even with the lack of offensive production, some players contributed offensively, and there were plenty of good pitching performances to boot. Kevin recaps the highlights from last night's action in IPI's own "Around the Farm".
April 12, 2012 (0 comments)
The fourth and final game of the series between the Indianapolis Indians and Columbus Clippers had an 11:35am first pitch, but Columbus' bats were awake and ready. The Clippers bounced back from their first loss since Opening Day on Wednesday night with a 5-4 win on Thursday, taking three games of the four-game set.
April 11, 2012 (4 comments)
Might a Crowe be perched in the outfield in Cleveland? Might there be a new Cook in Akron? Which top prospect drilled his third home run and fourth multi-hit game of the season? Kevin take a tour of the minor leagues from last night's games in the latest and greatest installment of Around the Farm, originated right here at IPI.
April 9, 2012 (0 comments)
The first week of the season is in the books, or first half week we should say. Kevin is back with his weekly Clippers notebook that recaps the week that was for the Indians' Triple-A affiliate. Matt LaPorta has had a good showing so far, and he talks about him a little and a few others.
April 7, 2012 (0 comments)
Lonnie Chisenhall and Matt LaPorta led the Clippers to a 3-2 victory with some offensive fireworks, but the real offensive message was sent by the big slugger in Carolina. Kevin Dean takes his first swings at Around the Farm, an in-depth look at yesterday's minor league performances.
April 4, 2012 (4 comments)
We continue on with our site previews of the Cleveland Indians four full season affiliates. Akron posted yesterday and today we take a look at the Triple-A Columbus Clippers. They do not have the star power as far as highly rated prospects go, but the team is filled with lots of players that are former Top 10 prospects in the organization.
February 8, 2012 (0 comments)
The talk of the Cleveland offseason, long before, really, has been a lack of right-handed hitters in the Indians' lineup in general, but especially a lack of power from the right side.
It is no secret that exactly zero of the team's projected regular position players are strictly right-handed, as only switch-hitters, Asdrubal Cabrera and Carlos Santana, figure to be mainstays from the right...