Today in Tribe History: March 10, 1989

Tyler Holt, a member of the Cleveland Indians roster in 2014 and a current participant in Spring Training with the club, is born in Marion, Indiana.

Holt attended high school in Florida and played collegiately at Florida State University before the Indians drafted him in the tenth round of the 2010 draft. After playing parts of five seasons in the minors for the organization, he made his Major League debut defensively in July with the Indians.

Holt appeared in 36 games for Cleveland, batting .268 with a pair of stolen bases while playing all three outfield spots. He hit a combined .305 between Double-A Akron and Triple-A Columbus in 98 games during his minor league stays in 2014. He is an option in a crowded outfield mix for the Indians as a utility option for the 2015 season.

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