Tribe prospect Bradley homers in 5th straight

Ranked No. 7 on Indians Top 30 list, slugger blasts Midwest League-leading 25th long ball

Tribe prospect Bradley homers in 5th straight

NEW YORK -- Indians' prospect Bobby Bradley continued his home run tear on Sunday, with a line-drive two-run shot to right field in the sixth inning for Class A Lake County.

It was the fifth consecutive game with a home run for the Indians No.7 prospect, as rated by MLB.com Pipeline, giving him 25 for season -- which leads all players in the Indians organization and the Midwest League.

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The Indians selected Bradley, 19, out of high school in the third round of the 2014 Draft, in large part due to his offensive potential.

He has been impressive from the start, winning the Triple Crown in the Arizona League last season with a .361 batting average, eight home runs, and 50 RBI. Those numbers earned him the Arizona League's Most Valuable Player Award as he led the Indians affiliate to the Arizona League Championship.

Now he is terrorizing pitching at the Class A level. Bradley has been playing mostly first base, and his 25 home runs and 82 RBIs lead the Midwest League.

He belted a grand slam on Saturday night, too, and is fast-approaching Lake County's single-season home run record, set by Ryan Goleski in 2004 with 28.

Jamal Collier is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @jamalcollier. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.