The Cleveland Indians have turned the keys in center field over to rookie Bradley Zimmer, who has displayed why he was heralded as one of the game’s top prospects coming into 2017. On Saturday night, he put his athleticism out for the world to see, soaring through the Cleveland night to rob Kansas City’s Lorenzo Cain of extra bases and save a run for Indians starter Mike Clevinger.
Bradley Zimmer. Good gracious! pic.twitter.com/gFfV45Kxq0
— CJ Nitkowski (@CJNitkowski) August 27, 2017
Zimmer struggled at the plate to open August with a massive 0-for-32 streak, but his defense has remained a constant asset.