27-year old lefty swinging RF Lonnie Chisenhall better start hitting soon or the Cleveland Indians could jettison him to AAA when they need another starting pitcher next week. Chisenhall started this year on the D.L. and he has not hit well at all since returning to action. Chisenhall has played in 6 games for the Indians so far this year and he is 2 for 18 (.111 avg, .333 OPS) with 1 run scored, 0 homers and 1 RBI. He has played in 457 games in his six years with the Indians and he is 375 of 1,472 (.255 avg, .709 OPS) with 174 runs scored, 43 homers, 178 RBIs and 11 stolen bases. Part of the reason that Chisenhall could get sent to the minors soon has been the play of 25-year old lefty swinging rookie outfielder Tyler Naquin. Naquin came into this season as the Indians’ #6 prospect according to Baseball America. Naquin has played in 17 games for the Indians so far his year (his first taste of the majors) and he is 13 of 39 (.333 avg, .786 OPS) with 7 runs scored, 0 homers and 2 RBIs. Naquin also has an edge over Chisenhall because he can play all three outfield positions.