Class A Kinston has already won a championship this year. Several players who helped the K-Tribe get…
Goleski Back In Swing With Productive Season
"He's a big, athletic guy and profiles as a right fielder very well," said John Farrell, the Indians' director of player development. "As a later-round guy, he was a great, great sign. Goleski, 24, but together two good seasons in the Indians' organization after being a 24th-round draft pick in 2003 out of Eastern Michigan. He hit .296 with eight homers and 37 RBI in 64 games at Mahoning Valley in '03, then had an excellent season at Class A Lake County in 2004 -- batting .295 with 28 homers and 104 RBI in 130 games. But the 6-foot-3, 215-pound outfielder took a giant step backwards in 2005, when he hit only .212 with 17 homers and 67 RBI in 122 games at Kinston. He drew only 39 walks and struck out 134 times. "That's part of the game, too, failing at times," Goleski said. "My favorite part of the game is just playing. Whether you strike out or you hit a home run, the biggest payoff is when you are challenged and fail -- then come back and meet the challenge. No matter what, I'm going...
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