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AROUND THE FARM: APRIL 26, 2015 (4.27.15)

11 Jun

Pitchers like Kime, Chen help lead a perfect six-for-six day for Cleveland’s minor league teams.

Around the Farm takes a quick look at some of yesterday’s performances by Cleveland prospects throughout the system. The positions listed below are where the player was playing in yesterday’s game.

SCOREBOARD

(Game 1) R H E (Game 2) R H E
Louisville 1 3 1 Louisville 2 7 0
Columbus 7 13 0 Columbus 4 9 0
Box Score Box Score
R H E (Game 1) R H E
Bowie 1 5 2 Lynchburg 6 7 2
Akron 7 9 1 Potomac 5 9 2
Box Score Box Score
(Game 2) R H E R H E
Lynchburg 6 11 0 Great Lakes 0 2 3
Potomac 3 5 0 Lake County 6 11 0
Box Score Box Score

HIGHLIGHTS

Dace Kime (SP, Lake County): W (1-2), 7.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 12 SO. Sometimes, the best thing to have with prospects is patience. Following a 5.22 ERA in 136.1 innings last year in Lake County, the easy knee-jerk reaction was to declare the third round pick in 2013 a bust and certain reliever. The second full professional season is when some prospects finally find their stride, however, as they have the experience of having gone through a full professional season the year before. That could be what is happening with Kime this year, because while the 23-year-old needs to be pitching in High-A soon given his advanced age, it is naturally great to see the right-hander posting a 1.85 ERA and 25:3 SO:BB through 24.1 innings in 2015. Read More…

From Indians Baseball Insider, April 27, 2015

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