With a plethora of independent players getting the call from MLB clubs, it's always a fun to take a step back and check up on their progress.
Josh Wilson, a veteran infielder with eight years of MLB experience and 19 total years under his belt, became the first York Revolution player to sign a minor league contract this year. After signing with the Revs to return for a second season, the Texas Rangers scooped up the sure handed infielder and assigned him to Triple-A Round Rock where he proceeded to hit .329 in 22 games. On June 1, his contract was purchased by the Cleveland Indians and immediately assigned to Triple-A Columbus. In 32 games with the Clippers he's batting .200 with two home runs and five RBI. Overall, Wilson's batting .258 with 6 home runs and 21 RBI.