These previews of Michael Finocchi and Chris Nash are from the March issue of Indians Ink Magazine,…
Top 100 Prospects: 31 Through 35
No. 33 Ryan Edell Ryan Edell's goal in 2007 was to stay healthy. Anything beyond that would be gravy for the 6-1, 215-pound left-hander who was the Tribe's eighth-round draft choice in 2005. He not only pitched 31 games (17 starts) for Kinston, but also put up an impressive 11-6 record and a 3.70 ERA. He comes in at No. 34 on this year's list of the Tribe's Top 100 Prospects. Last year he was No. 42. Edell missed all but six games of the 2006 season because of a strained ligament in his pitching elbow. Edell will likely end up being a relief pitcher even though he was in the rotation at Kinston for a few months in 2007 as he built up his arm strength. The natural "lean" of his pitches from the left side translates into his being a tough left-on-left reliever. Edell has worked hard on consistency, repeating his delivery and working both sides of the plate. He is still working to make his...
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