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By Brooke Robinson (MLB Reports Reporter): Follow @bka_9
Outside of the Cleveland Indians’ circles, the name Bryson Myles isn’t very well-known… yet. But to those in the organization and from his native Dallas/Fort Worth area, his name brings a ton of excitement.
Myles was a 6th Round Draft pick of the 2011 Amateur Draft by the Indians. He was scouted from Stephen F. Austin University, where he led the nation in Stolen Bases in 2011 with 53.
He spent his first professional season with short season Mahoning Valley where he produced a .302/.394/.401 Batting Line.
In his first full season in 2012 with the Lake County Captains, the Outfielder had 20 Doubles to go with his 20 Stolen Bases for the season – and was ranked 15th prospect in the Indians Prospect Insider handbook.
Bryson Miles 2012 Highlights: