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Wes Hodges

32-Year-Old Third Baseman – Free Agent

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Released by the Indians' Triple-A Columbus affiliate on 6/7/2011.

June 7, 2011  –  Wes Hodges News

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Hodges was released by the Indians' Triple-A Columbus affiliate Tuesday to make room for Nick Johnson on the team's roster, Newsradio WTAM 1100 reports.

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Hodges has been re-claimed on waivers by the Indians, Chattanoogan.com reports.

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The Rockies claimed Hodges off waivers from the Indians on Tuesday, Troy Renck of the Denver Post reports.

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The Indians designated Hodges for assignment on Tuesday, the Indians' official Twitter page reports.

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Hodges, hitting .417 this spring, was optioned to Triple-A on Saturday.

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Hodges was added to the Indians' 40-man roster on Friday.

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Hodges is hitting .354 with six homers and 26 RBI in the Arizona Fall League.

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Hodges finished with a .290/18/97 season at Double-A Akron.

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Hodges is hitting .285/.357/.435 for Double-A Akron in the Eastern League. He has been cold lately, hitting .162 in his last 10 games.

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Hodges went 0-for-2 with three walks on Friday for Double-A Akron.

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Hodges was 0-for-4 on Saturday for Double-A Akron and has one extra base hit over his last 39 at-bats over 10 games.

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Hodges went 2-for-7 with two strikeouts in a doubleheader on Thursday for Double-A Akron.

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Hodges is hitting .311 with five homers in 15 games at Double-A to start the season.

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Hodges is 12-for-22 since returning from the DL after a broken toe. He's hitting .318/.392/.534 overall for High-A Kinston.

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Hodges was drafted by the Indians in the second round in 2006, out of Georgia Tech.

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2017

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2010

Hodges, a former second-round pick out of Georgia Tech, took a step backward in 2009, hitting .269 with just five homers in 332 at-bats at Triple-A Columbus. He battled shoulder fatigue and a sprained right wrist for much of the season, but power had always been the main aspect that was missing from his game even when healthy. His window could be closing pretty quickly if Lonnie Chisenhall continues to develop and he'll need to make strides, both offensively and defensively, to remain at third base. He could presumably play his way onto the roster this spring in a bench role, but he's likely ticketed for a repeat performance at Triple-A.

2009

Hodges had another fine, but not fantastic, season in his second year as a professional, hitting .290 with 18 homers at Double-A. He followed that up with an excellent run in the Arizona Fall League. The Indians traded for Mark DeRosa in December to take over at third base, but Hodges' glove isn't near enough ready and his bat isn't quite there anyways. He'll be a solid player, but not likely a star unless his power develops at Triple-A this season.

2008

Hodges earned a postseason All-Star nod in the Carolina League after a .288/.367/.473 performance at High-A and the Indians hope he's their long-term answer at third base. He needs to cut down on the strikeouts, even though he does have a good eye at the plate. 22-year-olds from established college programs (Georgia Tech) are supposed to hit at High-A but it was still a very nice debut from him. He'll move up to Double-A this year and could be part of the Indians' third base picture as soon as 2009. He won't give you any speed but could be a good power source at his peak.