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Tom Blazes his way to career year in Columbus

By: Joseph Coblitz | September 18, 2019 On Monday, BurningRiverBaseball published the list of minor league award winners for the Indians farm system and there may have been a surprising name for top overall hitter. Selected as the Indians top offensive performer in 2019 as well as the best overall right fielder and most improved hitter was Blaze Ka’ai Tom of the Columbus Clippers. On Tuesday night, Tom and the rest of the Clippers played against the Sacramento Rock Cats (Giants AAA) for the AAA championship after besting Durham for the Governor’s Cup (International League title). Tom has flown...

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Arizona Fall League Preview: The 2019 Mesa Solar Sox

By: Joseph Coblitz | September 17, 2019 You may be asking yourself, how does one wear the sun on their feet exactly, but it doesn’t matter. The Arizona Fall League is starting up early this year and clad in new logos around the league, some of baseball’s best prospects will be participating. Last year, the Solar Sox finished second in the East, just one tie behind the division winning Salt River Rafters. This year, they have switched out the Red Sox (moved to the Peoria Javelinas) for the Indians and will be returning the Cubs, Athletics, Tigers and Angels....

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The 2019 Burning River Baseball Minor League Awards

By: Joseph Coblitz | September 16, 2019 Everyone knows the big names in the big leagues, but here at Burning River Baseball, we like to recognize the little guys. The prospects of today are the All-Stars of the future, but this post is to give them a little credit now. What follows is the Cleveland Indians MVP at each minor league level, their top rookie players, most improved players and best players overall throughout the farm system. These awards are based exclusively on production in 2019 and do not reflect past performances or future potential. DSL – Tomas ReyesAZL...

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Tena Brings the Indians a Bit of Everything up the Middle

By: Joseph Coblitz | September 13, 2019 The Indians made a huge splash in the international market in 2017 after completely revamping their international scouting group. By now, many have seen the early results of that class as top players George Valera and Aaron Bracho have both moved up to Mahoning Valley (Valera ending the season with Lake County). This pair signed for nearly $3M between them, but many of the smaller signings from that class have already stood out as well, including Brayan Rocchio, Jhonkensy Noel and Alexfri Planez. As much talent as exists in that group of...

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