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Prospect Highlights: Gregory Polanco’s Two RBI Infield Single to First Base

Prospect Highlights: Gregory Polanco’s Two RBI Infield Single to First Base

Only one highlight this morning, but it’s a good one. Last night Gregory Polanco had a two RBI infield single to first base, giving the Indians a 6-4 lead in the sixth inning. That ended up being the deciding factor in this game. There are a lot of notable things about this play. First of all, it was a chopper to first base, with Polanco beating the pitcher to the bag. I shouldn’t be impressed at this point by Polanco beating out grounders to the right side of the infield, since he does it on a routine basis. But every time he does it, I’m amazed at the speed. Furthermore, the timing of the hit was great, as the Indians had two outs. If Polanco doesn’t reach, the score is still tied 4-4. On the back end of the play, great hustle by Michael Martinez, who scored from second base easily on the infield single, giving the Indians an extra run. Here is a look at the play.

  • lonleylibertarian

    So let Cutch sit for a week and bring up the kid for a look

    • leowalter

      Then you will have to wait till later in June than the 10th to bring him back & avoid the Super 2 tag.

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