On Monday, I unrolled part one of my 2012 Cleveland Indians end of the year rankings. Now for your enjoyment, here is the top half of the roster, ranked from 24th to first.
Just a quick note: I tend to favor players with more playing time than those whose playing time was limited. The rationale for this is that if a major league team has chosen to give this player significant action, it must value him on some level.
Basically, if the Indians keep running a player out there, despite what the statistics available to me say, they must know something I do not. I find it hard to believe the front office is incompetent (despite what some may think) and defer to them. Read More…
From Indians Prospect Insider, November 1, 2012