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Cleveland Indians farm news: Prospects attend winter development program

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On Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, the Cleveland Indians announced they are currently hosting their 2013 Winter Development Program at Progressive Field in Cleveland from now until Monday, Jan. 14.

The program is geared to prepare and educate prospects about the organization, the Major League facility, the culture of the Indians’ organization, and the challenges they will face daily at the Major League level.

Seminars will be conducted by a variety of people including GM Chris Antonetti, Terry Francona, Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer, and ESPN reporter Buster Olney, among others.

Attendees include: infielder Jesus Aguilar, pitcher Shawn Armstrong, catcher/infielder Yan Gomes, pitcher Preston Guilmet, pitcher Try Haley, pitcher TJ House, outfielder Tyler Holt, infielder Francisco Lindor, pitcher Fabio Martinez, outfielder Carlos Moncrief, infielder Ronny Rodriguez, pitcher Danny Salazar, pitcher Giovanni Soto, and infielder Tony Wolters.

“It is a chance for the players to take a look around the ballpark and city they might someday call home.” Writes MLB.com reporter Jordan Bastian.

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