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Hey, Hoynsie: Where does Amed Rosario fit in on the Indians list? -Youngstown Liam Jones (Liam Jones).
Hey, Liam: Well, now he is doing something like this. He came to the camp as a shortstop, was transferred to the midfield, and now he was jumping between the two positions. The feeling is that he will eventually become a decent midfielder, but it will take time. I think we will see him play guerrilla with some tenacious left-handers.
His singles performance was astonishing, and he scored in Thursday̵
Hey, Hoynsie: What is the opening day record of the tribe since you covered the team? -Tom Mount Vernon.
Hey, Tom: I burned out a few calculators, trying to figure this out. Since I started covering the Indians in 1983, their record in the opening season was 16-23. So it seems that I have always been a problem.
Hey, Hoynsie: Look at Francisco Lindor’s new contract. How much will the agent get and when will he get paid? Every year or all in advance? -Spence, Guangzhou.
From Spence: The NFL and NBA restrict agents from increasing the commission on player contracts to 3%. There are no restrictions in Major League Baseball. Usually, the commission of an agent is between 4% and 10%. By signing the transaction, the agent can obtain 10% to 20% of the income.
Lindor just signed a 10-year $341 million contract with the Mets. He wants $341 to make him the highest-paid shortstop ever. Fernando Tatis recently signed a 14-year $340 million contract with the Padres. I’m not sure if Lindor’s agent David Meter gets paid, but I think he’s doing a good job.
Hey, Hoynsie: I recently moved from Cleveland to Arizona, and yes, I want to play more progressively than I can say. So, now that the team is back in Cleveland, I know that the Goodyear Training Center has its own schedule. Who is doing what, it is open to the public. -Greg Benedetto of Cottonwood, Arizona.
Hey, Greg: In the spring, due to the coronavirus program, fans were banned from watching games when major league clubs were exercising at Goodyear’s stadium. I think the same is true for the minor leagues. They hope to spend most of April there, preparing for their AA and A seasons.
When the AA and A teams start their season on vacation in May, the Indians will retain at least one team. Maybe the agreement will be relaxed a lot by them so that you can participate in some of these games.
The Indians have another group of minors in the Columbus alternate camp. They plan to start playing the game on Monday. The AAA-level team will come out of the camp.
Hey, Hoynsie: In addition to pitching, is the Indians’ league system still poor? They used to have promising positional talents, and we expect them to be different from players like Francisco Lindor, Manny Ramirez, Albert Belle and Jim Thome in the major leagues. Who in the farm system can help Cleveland? -David Said (Shadow Heights).
Hey, David: The Indians injected a lot of talent into the system through the industries of Trevor Bauer, Corey Kluber, Mike Clevinger and Mike Clevinger. They have also developed their talents among players such as Shane Bieber, Zach Plesac, Aaron Civale, Triston McKenzie and James Karinchak. This spring is for minor league infielders Tyler Freeman, Owen Miller, Gabriel Arias and Ernie Clement. get together. Freeman and Miller were so impressive that they stayed in the major league teams until they broke out of the camp on Tuesday.
There is a big gap between Lindor and the other positions you mentioned (Ramirez, Belle and Thome). But the Indians have the talent to position players and pitchers. Their farm system has been well thought out in all major leagues.
The Talkin Tribe Open Day event will actually be held at noon – 1:30 pm on April 5, 2021. Sports writers and columnists from India will come from cleveland.com And ordinary dealers.Can book tickets Here. Also, join us VIP experience And have the opportunity to mingle with former Cleveland Indians and others. There are only 150 tickets for this exclusive experience, and these tickets can only be won through our website. Lucky draw.
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