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kcatthebat wrote: This move just goes to show the organization lack of faith in their depth at AAA or AA for all we have heard and seen stat wise of Naquin the Front office sure wanted no part in giving him a couple of week trail at the majors until Bourn returns to see what they have this move throws out huge question marks IMO.
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CATS44 wrote: Naquin is out with a broken bone in his hand that required surgery.
Posted: 7/7/2014 4:07 PM
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IdahoTribesman wrote: kcatthebat wrote: This move just goes to show the organization lack of faith in their depth at AAA or AA for all we have heard and seen stat wise of Naquin the Front office sure wanted no part in giving him a couple of week trail at the majors until Bourn returns to see what they have this move throws out huge question marks IMO. Naquin just had hand surgery. He's out indefinitely. http://www.cleveland.com/tribe...ose_naquin.html
Posted: 7/7/2014 4:19 PM
TheStoicPaisano wrote: Francona sure loves his vets. Holt couldn't provide what Dickerson does? Hell, Carson (yeah he's old too) or Fedroff? Moncrief needs actual ABs so I'm not advocating for him, but damn.
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buckeyedanpt2 wrote: I was all set to say Dickerson must be a great leader (since he ain't much of a player - which if francona's type - lead... off a cliff... but lead!)is holt any good? probably not... but more of a chance than Dickerson... and at least holt is a RH bat that could mix in with the guys we have...Carson as well...my only moment of pause before I roll my eyes is that they dumped Kottaras (who I would have liked to keep so Santana doesn't have to catch)... rather than simply sending Holt down...and we have like 83 journeymen catchers in the minors so losing Korraras (and he'll probably AGAIN make it through waivers anyway) isn't a big deal at all...so maybe they will play Hold and have Dickerson as insurance...because... however you cut it... if they added Holt to the 40 man and then send him back down without playing him... to sign a stiff like Dickerson... they are idiots...
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buddy34 wrote: i'd be good to give perez a shot. his defense is excellent. his hitting has been way out of character for him good this season, which i view suspiciously. he's always been willing to take a walk, but he was never much of a hitter before this season.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Indians catching prospect Roberto Perez has enjoyed a torrid start to his season with Triple-A Columbus. This is more than just a strong first month for the catcher. It is an incredible comeback story.
Ross Atkins, Cleveland's vice president of player development, revealed Sunday that Perez dealt with Bell's palsy for most of last season, but played through the condition. For most of Perez's time at Triple-A last year, he suffered from partial paralysis of the left side of his face, resulting in problems with his left eye.
"About maybe a week after he was in Columbus, he got Bell's palsy in his face," Atkins said. "He literally could not close his eye for months. He had to put a patch on to sleep."
Atkins said the issue did not really calm down until Spring Training prior to this season.Link
Posted: 7/8/2014 3:59 PM
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JenniferMarie wrote: In listening to Francona tonight it sounds like the Tribe's tentative plan is to go with Santana as the emergency catcher until either Gomes is hurt or has to take a day off. In the meanwhile Holt stays with the Tribe and gets some playing time.Makes sense in the short term because it gives the Tribe someone that can come in and play late innining defense for Raburn and Aviles as well as be used as a pinch runner.
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