Acta visits Lake County on off-day

Acta visits Lake County on off-day

CLEVELAND -- Indians manager Manny Acta spent the team's off-day watching some of the organization's top prospects at Class A Lake County Monday night.

"It was nice to go over there and take a look at the kids," Acta said. "Brought back a lot of good memories."

The most notable member of the Captains is shortstop Francisco Lindor, the Indians' top pick (eighth overall) in last year's First-Year Player Draft. Lindor has had a solid first season, hitting .302 with four home runs, 19 RBIs and 11 stolen bases through 39 games entering Tuesday.

When asked what he thought of Lindor, Acta smiled.

"He's gonna be OK," Acta said. "He's a very good player. He stands out a little bit despite being just out of high school. He's got great body language and just a lot of confidence in himself. You can see it. Regardless of the situation he's in, he looks like he's under control.

"He's gonna be a good one."