The Cleveland Indians are only getting better with Zimmer and Frazier
The Cleveland Indians are red hot. The have an exciting young pitching staff, with an exciting double-play combo lighting things up atop their batting order. As they currently sit at 46-30 — amid an 11-game winning streak — with a commanding lead in the American League Central with the All-Star Break in sight, the best may actually be yet to come.
Centerfielder Tyler Naquin has played very well in his big league debut, and he is joined by nice pieces in Jose Ramirez and Lonnie Chisenhall in the Indians outfield, but they have two of the best outfield prospects in baseball working their way up the pipeline. Bradley Zimmer and Clint Frazier are learning the ropes side by side in Akron with the RubberDucks.
Frazier came to the Indians in 2013, when Cleveland drafted him fifth overall. After a solid half-season debut, the Indians were excited to see what the…
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