Jesus Aguilar

#36 1B / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 250 lb Age: 25 College: No College Bats/Throws R/R

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Indians promote first baseman Jesus Aguilar from Triple-A

      Indians first baseman Jesus Aguilar was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday. Chances are, Aguilar will serve mainly as a bench bat, though it's possible he could see a spot start or two in the final week-plus if the Indians are officially eliminated from postseason contention. Aguilar hit .267/.332/.439 with 19 homers in 131 games with Columbus this season, with a .271/.336/.460 line against same-handed pitching.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Indians add Michael Roth to roster, option Jesus Aguilar

      The Indians purchased the contract of reliever Michael Roth on Tuesday. To clear a spot on the roster, first baseman Jesus Aguilar was optioned to Triple-A Columbus.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Indians' Carlos Santana gets break from field, Jesus Aguilar to first

      Indians first baseman Carlos Santana will start at designated hitter on Sunday, getting a break from the field. It's Santana's second start at DH in three games and third this season. Jesus Aguilar replaces Santana at first, starting there for the second time this season.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Indians recall Jesus Aguilar, option Kyle Crockett to Triple-A

      The Indians recalled first baseman Jesus Aguilar from Triple-A Columbus on Friday. To clear a roster spot, pitcher Kyle Crockett was optioned to Columbus. Aguilar is in the lineup at first base and batting seventh Friday night against the visiting White Sox.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Walters to DL, Aguilar to Triple-A among Indians roster moves

      Among the Indians roster moves Thursday, they demoted first baseman Jesus Aguilar to Triple-A Columbus. They also announced reliever Austin Adams has made the team, while infielder Michael Martinez has not. Lastly, the team announced infielder Zach Walters will start the year on the disabled list due to an oblique injury.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      Indians prospect Jesus Aguilar showing growth this spring

      Indians prospect Jesus Aguilar knows he pushed too hard last year, reports "I just tried to do too much last spring training," Aguilar said. "That's the difference between last year and this year. I'm just trying to make hard contact. I put that in my mind -- just try to do that -- and it's helped me a lot." Aguilar has made the necessary adjustments this season, posting a .407/.414/.630 slash line. He's hit three doubles and four RBI. "I think he was pressing," manager Terry Francona said. "Sometimes, you'll see [young] guys like that and they'll just swing crazy. He looked like he was almost trying to shoot the ball to right field, like he was trying to be a No. 2 hitter. "I just think it was a case of a guy that had really worked hard in Triple-A to build a reputation of being one of the feared hitters, and he came to the Major Leagues and wasn't quite sure where he fit in. That happens a lot." Aguilar likes the place he's in mentally and thinks he can make the final roster. "I feel confident and I know everybody here," Aguilar said. "And I know how I've got to play and work. I come here and relax and go to the field and try to do my job. I don't try to put pressure on me now. I let that go and good things happen."

    • by Dave Peters |

      Indians 1B Jesus Aguilar homers, doubles in win over Rockies

      Indians first baseman Jesus Aguilar homered and doubled in a 10-5 victory over the Rockies. He finsihed the game with three runs driven in. Aguilar, 24, was hitless last spring with the Indians, but he has been successful at the plate this spring. "I feel more relaxed, more comfortable this spring," said Aguilar. The Indians and manager Terry Francona are looking for Aguilar to step up. "It's so nice to see him have some success here in camp," said Francona. "He's put up big numbers during the season, but he's come to camp and had a really tough time. Now you see the confidence growing. "He's taking some big swings and rifling the ball the other way and that's good to see." Last year Aguilar hit 19 homeruns with AAA Columbus.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Indians announce September additions

      Indians manager Terry Francona told reporters that the team will recall Jesus Aguilar, Bryan Price and Austin Adams. The team will also activate Jason Giambi from the disabled list and will reinstate Chris Gimenez from the paternity list.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Jesus Aguilar demoted by Indians

      The activation of Carlos Santana from the disabled list by the Indians has resulted in the demotion of first baseman Jesus Aguilar to Triple-A Columbus. Aguilar has struggled in limited opportunites in two stints with Cleveland this season. He has three hits in 16 at-bats.

    • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

      Indians promote Jesus Aguilar

      The Indians recalled first baseman Jesus Aguilar from Triple-A Columbus as they placed Nick Swisher (knee) on the disabled list. Aguilar went 1 for 7 with two RBI in four games with Cleveland earlier this season.

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