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What Does a Second Baseman Look Like?

Back in 2013, in his first year as Indians manager, Terry Francona said this about Tony Wolters according to’s Jordan Bastian: "During Spring Training, Indians manager Terry Francona mentioned to [bullpen coach Kevin] Cash that Wolters -- a semi-regular fill-in during the late innings of Cactus League games -- reminded him of Tigers catcher Alex Avila in terms...
Via Burning River Baseball
June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Akron’s Quack Attack

The Akron RubberDucks (16-22) currently sit in third place in the Eastern League West, seven games behind first-place Altoona. The AA affiliate of the Indians currently house four members of the Tribe’s 40-Man Roster. The 40-Man players that are playing in Akron right now are pitchers Cody Anderson and Ryan Merritt, catcher Tony Wolters, and middle infielder Erik Gonzalez. Aside...
Via Burning River Baseball
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Wolters Still Looking to Catch On

Back in 2012, I had the privilege of sitting down and meeting Tribe High-A prospect Tony Wolters, who was a young, hard-working middle infield prospect who was in the infancy stage of switching positions from shortstop to second base back then. The organization was making the position move for one of their top 10 young stars because of a massive logjam that was forming at the shortstop...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
March 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Wolters among five Indians prospects headed to Arizona Fall League

The Indians have selected INF/C Tony Wolters, OF Jordan Smith and pitchers Dylan Baker, Nick Maronde and Louis Head to participate in the Arizona Fall League. They will be on the Peoria Javelinas, which also features players from the farm systems of the Royals, Braves, Cardinals and Rays. Four of the five players in the Indians' system have spent time in Double-A Akron this season...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

What to Do With Tony Wolters?

The Indians have a problem in the upper-middle minor league levels that they have yet to fully address. With Jason Kipnis under control through 2017, the Indians have little need for another top level second baseman, but they have a plethora available. From Carolina to Columbus, the Indians have no less than nine Major League quality prospects that could play short stop or second...
Via Burning River Baseball
November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

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