Around The Farm: April 20, 2017

Claudio Bautista's three-hit performance highlighted a relatively quiet Thursday in the Indians' farm system, which also saw Miguel Eladio drive in the eventual game-winning run in his full-season debut and Justin Garza's first save in a professional game. Read about all of these performances and more as the IBI's Arthur Kinney takes you Around The Farm...
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Around The Farm: April 13, 2017

The fact that Jason Kipnis' hand is only bruised was the best news of the day in the Indians' farm system as all four affiliates lost games that included little in the way of notable individual performances. Join the IBI's Arthur Kinney as he recounts a rough Thursday Around The Farm...
April 14, 2017

2017 IBI Top 75 Prospects: #1 Bradley Zimmer

The 2017 countdown concludes with a player who was at the top of this listing last year and for good reason with the wide range of tools he possesses, his outstanding mental approach to the game and his potential to be an impact level player in Cleveland in the near future...
April 11, 2017

Jason Kipnis Should Move to the Outfield

Why Jason Kipnis Should Change Positions. Jose Ramirez is a better 2B
April 9, 2017

Spring Notes 3/26: Jackson makes roster

Terry Francona's Opening Day roster is beginning to take form after a bevy of roster moves were made prior to Sunday's Cactus League affair. The IBI's John Alfes details all 10 of the transactions from a busy morning in Goodyear, Ariz.
March 26, 2017

Long ball haunts Indians in 10-7 defeat

The Chicago White Sox belted six home runs against the Cleveland Indians' pitching staff en route to a 10-7 victory on Saturday. The IBI's John Alfes details the defending AL Champions' latest Cactus League affair...
March 25, 2017

Brantley blossoms in debut; Indians win 14-5

A five-homer day was more than enough for the Cleveland Indians to inch one game closer to the .500 mark on the 2017 spring training slate (11-12). Michael Brantley and Yandy Diaz each went 2-for-3 and combined for three runs and five RBIs in the winning effort.
March 20, 2017

See-saw affair ends in 12-11 defeat to Texas

A wild afternoon was the order of the day for a game that finished with 23 runs, 31 hits, 11 different pitchers and two blown saves. The Cleveland Indians came out on the short end of the stick and suffered a 12-11 loss to the Texas Rangers, their third straight defeat this week.
March 15, 2017