In this book you will find:
- Detailed and updated scouting reports and tool grades for the Cleveland Indians Top 100 prospects.
- An additional 70+ scouting reports on other players in the system including reports on their Top 15 Latin prospects coming stateside in 2011 and reports for every player from the 2010 Draft.
- Detailed payroll information and roster outlook for the next seven years.
- Projected opening day rosters from Cleveland to Single-A Lake County.
- 2010 transactions and released payer listing and 2011-2014 Rule 5 Draft outlook.
- Full 2011 minor league spring training schedule and complete 2011 schedules for all affiliates.
- Career stats including college and winter ball, and over 100 player photos.
- 2011 coaching staffs, affiliate information, best tools listing, and more!
Whether you are diehard follower of the minor leagues or a casual fan of the big league team, this book has something for everyone. It is the most complete and detailed reference guide around on the Cleveland Indians and their prospects for you to use as you follow the young Indians talent throughout the 2011 season and beyond.
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About the Author
About eight years ago (2003) Tony started to write about the Indians minor league system for various website and media outlets before starting his own website at IndiansProspectInsider.com. Now he mainly writes for his website and has a blog "Minor Happenings" at the Cleveland Indians cable TV network SportsTime Ohio's site STOHD.com. In addition to "Minor Happenings" he writes many daily articles on the players, transactions, news, rumors, and many other things that occur over the course of the season and offseason that have anything to do with the Cleveland Indians at the big league or minor league level. He also recently started writing for the northeast Ohio newspaper the Ashtabula Star Beacon where he does a weekly Sunday full page column as well as player features and other columns during the week.
Tony is very fortunate to be able to travel around to all the Indians minor league affiliates, talking with the players themselves as well as the various Indians coaches, managers, scouts, front office executives, and coordinators in the organization. He also talks to several executives and scouts for other organizations as well. He visits every affiliate several times a year and also spends a lot of time in Arizona for both spring training and fall instructional league.
You'll get no better coverage of the prospects in the Cleveland Indians' farm system and the philosophies of the organization than in Tony's book and his website. A new article is posted everyday, and you can always expect lots of prospect analysis pieces, scouting reports, interviews, news, inside information, and more.