Cleveland Indians: Down on the Farm
The Indians are not off to a stellar start in the 2008 season, this much is for sure. That being said, no one else in the division is jumping out to a big lead, either.
As of Sunday, the Indians trail the White Sox by only four-and-a-half games.
Fans are calling for changes, though, and the most logical place to look for those changes is the farm system.
Here is how some players from the Tribe's minor league affiliate in Buffalo are doing so far this season.
Aaron Laffey, SP: 3-1 in 23 innings, with a 3.31 ERA
Andy Gonzalez, 3B: Batting .318, with 3 HR and 11 RBI
Ben Francisco, OF: Batting .208, with 0 HR, 3 RBI, and a .288 on-base percentage
Josh Barfield, 2B: Batting .263, with 3 HR, 7 RBI, and 2 stolen bases
Jeremy Sowers, SP: 0-2 in just under 23 innings, with a 3.18 ERA
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