Kenny Lofton

Cleveland Indians #7 - Center Field

  • Born: 05/31/67
  • Age: 47
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 190

Indians gifts to Jeter were better than the rest


A look at the collection of going away presents given to Derek Jeter so far during the 2014 season.

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Tribe Friday N&N: Can Kipnis get it together?


Of all the disappointments this year, Jason Kipnis' offensive production may be the biggest. Can he return to his 2013 levels? Also! Injury news on Justin Masterson and Francisco Lindor.

Indians promo schedule: Check out this free stuff!

A look at the Cleveland Indians promotional calendar for the 2014 season.

Santana expects to play 3B for the Indians

In an interview given in the Dominican Republic, where he is playing winter ball, Carlos Santana says he expects to be the Indians' third baseman in 2014.

Cubs Minor Parts: Albert Almora


Next in a series about Cubs prospects.

Around the Empire: New York Yankees News - 1/5/14

How can Ubaldo Jimenez fit into the Yankees rotation, The Yankees could still use Stephen Drew, Who will be making spot starts in 2014?

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #20 Manny Ramirez

Next up in Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in Indians history is Manny Ramirez, one of the greatest hitters in baseball history, and holder of multiple franchise records.

Indians 2013 in Review: Luigi Rodriguez

Let's Go Tribe's review of the Cleveland Indians' 2013 season continues with Luigi Rodriguez, an outfielder with some of the best speed anywhere in the system.

How Much Does a Win Really Cost?


It is commonly accepted that a win costs around $5 million on the free agent market. That's wrong. A win really costs around $7 million.

Prospect Retrospective: Jeff Kent


Looking back at the career of the mercurial slugging second baseman.

2013 International Signings Preview


A brief look at the top prospects in this years' international class.

Top 100 Indians: #50 Brett Butler

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Brett Butler, one of the Indians' many great center fielders and its best player during the mid 1980s.

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