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12/14/2005 3:24 PM ET
Indians invite three more to Major League camp
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CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Indians today announced the club has signed OF TODD DONOVAN, INF JOSE FLORES and INF ANDY TRACY to minor league contracts with non-roster invitations to major league spring training camp.

Donovan, 27, led the AA Southern League in steals last year with 62 as he spent most of his first season in the LA Dodgers organization in AA Jacksonville. At Jacksonville he hit .275 (126-459) with 16 2B, 10 3B, 8HR & 36RBI in 119 games. His 10 triples were 2nd in the league and his 89 runs scored were 3rd. He also hit .378 (17-45) and stole 3 more bases for AAA Las Vegas to end the season. Todd spent 6 seasons in the San Diego farm system from 1999-2004 after being selected by the Padres in the 8th round of the 1999 draft out of Siena and owns a minor league career average of .269 (548-2035).

Flores, 32, spent the entire season at AAA Las Vegas where he hit .336 (110-327) with 11 2B, 6 3B, 4HR & 42RBI in 96 games. He finished 7th in the entire Pacific Coast League with a .336 batting average (110-327) as he appeared in 74 games at shortstop and 7 games at second base. Flores appeared in 16 Major League games in 2002 (Oakland) and 2004 (Los Angeles-NL) and owns a career minor league average of .280 (1100-3932) in 12 professional seasons since being drafted by Philadelphia in the 34th round in 1994 out of the University of Texas.

Tracy, 32, began the season at AAA Colorado Springs in the Rockies organization, hitting .325 (13-40) with 1 2B, 4HR & 13 RBI in 12 games before being sold to Japan's Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles on April 21. In Japan for Rakuten he hit .209 (36-172) in 63 games. Tracy was originally drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 16th round of the 1996 out of Bowling Green. The Columbus resident has appeared in 136 games in the big leagues with Montreal and Colorado (.224, 59-263, 13HR, 41RBI) since the 2000 season.

Tracy, 32, began the season at AAA Colorado Springs in the Rockies organization, hitting .325 (13-40) with 1 2B, 4 HR & 13 RBI in 12 games before being sold to Japan's Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles on April 21. In Japan for Rakuten he hit .209 (36-172) in 63 games. Tracy was originally drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 16th round of the 1996 out of Bowling Green. The Columbus resident has appeared in 136 games in the big leagues with Montreal and Colorado (.224, 59-263, 13HR, 41RBI) since the 2000 season.

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