An update on the Cleveland Indians’ prospects, interview with the Tigers, and the Wroundtable returns
The Weekly Wroundtable made its return yesterday, with the gang discussing starting pitching. This week’s question was: which of the four horsemen of the K-pocalypse [trademark pending] would you most like to have for the next five years? Did anyone pick your favorite starting pitcher? Do you agree with their logic? Read the piece to find out!
In other news, the Cleveland Indians started a face-off against the Detroit Tigers. Since the Tribe has not played the Tigers since late April, it might be a good time to brush up on all things Detroit. Editor of the Motor City Bengals answered a few of Katrina Putnam’s questions. For those of you who don’t know, the Tigers hit a rough patch this past month and not sit two games above .500.
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On the minor league front, the Tribe’s prospects have been playing quite well recently. Included on this list is Tyler Holt, who played in the big leagues briefly this year and last season. While he did not record a hit this year for the Tribe and batted his way to a meager wRC+ of 75 last year, he has played very well in Triple-A this season. With an on-base percentage of .395 and 13 stolen bags, he could be an interesting piece for the Tribe down the road. He is not, however, considered a top 30 prospect in the Tribe’s organization.
More from around the AL Central:
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Friday 5: Cleveland Indians’ Prospects Performing Well Down on the Farm – Wahoo’s on First
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