Around the Farm takes a quick look at how some of the prospects in the Indians system performed in yesterday's games. As always, the positions listed below are where the player was playing yesterday.
Tough day in the system yesterday, as the Indians affiliates went 2-3. Columbus split a doubleheader, Akron won their game but the two A ball affiliates lost.
Austin Adams, SP-AKR: W (3-2), 6 IP, 3 R (1 ER), 6 H, 3 K, 2 BB
Adams, a converted shortstop, is a righthanded pitcher who is shorter than 6'. That alone is usually enough to condemn a guy to the bullpen. But Adams has bucked the trend so far, remaning in the rotation for the Aeros and pitching pretty well to boot. If you throw out his one start where he allowed 3 ER in 2/3 of an inning, Adams has given up 6 ER in 28 2/3 IP with 28 K and 11 BB. He's got plus velocity and a power curveball that flashes plus as well. Considered a "sleeper" going into this season, (I had him at #21 in my pre-season top 50) Adams has already taken a big step forward in his development and should be able to stick in the rotation long-term.
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