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Top 100 Prospects: Nos. 56-60

Ranking the Top 100 minor-leaguers has been a fun project for more than 15 years at Indians Ink. Our current issue available at newsstands or by ordering online from this site, takes a look at players headed towards helping the Indians in Cleveland in the future. We'll share them here in the coming weeks, five at a time. This quintet includes a relatively unheralded catcher making strides.

56 Jeremie Tice Born: Sept. 25, 1986, in Snellville, GA Position: Third base-first base B/T: R/R HT/WT: 6-1/225 Acquired: Sixth-round pick in 2008 Draft from College of Charleston (SC). Strengths: After solid start to begin 2010 at Lake County (.282-9-51), didn't skip a beat when elevated to Kinston (.283-5-28) where he helped carry offense in second half. Drives ball to all parts of the park... Recommended Stories

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