Nothing will officially be decided until the big day on June 7th, but this is the time of year when…
Time For Team To Believe In Own Prospects
One thing for sure, I can guarantee the Indians would not find themselves in a virtual deadlock with the Detroit Tigers for the top spot in the division without the contributions of these two young, talented home-grown prospects. That leads me to a question that begs to be answered … just how many more wins would the Indians have right now if management had allowed a couple of other youngsters to fill the left field spot? And just why are the Indians so reluctant to give their blue-chip prospects the opportunity to prove themselves on the major league level? Garko, whose clutch hitting more than makes up for any defensive shortcomings he has at first base, has a .319 batting average (second only to Victor Martinez's .324) with six homers and 15 RBI. This comes on the heels of his .292 average with seven homers and 45 RBI in 50 games in his first extensive major league action a year ago, when he didn't get an opportunity until veterans Eduardo Perez and Ben Broussard were traded in...
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