Full name TIMOTHY DOMINIC FEDROFF... Single...Attended Hillsborough (NJ) High School where he was a two-time
All-State selection, four-time All-County, three-time All-Area and was named the 2006 Somerset County Player of the
Year upon graduation that year...In 2007 was a freshman All-America and All-ACC choice, playing in 63 games...Ranked
second on the team with a .344 average on a team that advanced to the CWS and earned a spot on the all-CWS team...
Named to the All-ACC second team in 2007... In sophomore year of 2008 he hit .404 with 12 home runs and 71 RBI with
78 runs scored in 68 games, earning first team-All American honors on a team that again advanced to the CWS...As
a 21-year old he was draft eligible after 2 years of college and selected by the Indians...Father, Tim, played football at
Maine... Favorite athlete growing up was Paul O'Neill.2012Hit a combined .316 (148-468) with 79 runs scored, 23 doubles, 10 triples, 12 home runs and 54 RBI in 123 games
between Double-A Akron and Triple-A Columbus (.394OB/.485SLG/.879OPS) in 2012...Among hitters in the Indians
Player Development system, he finished 3rd in batting average and runs scored and led the system in base hits. Upon
his June 6 promotion to AAA Columbus he went on to hit .325 (86-265) for the Clippers with 52 runs, 14 2B, 5 3B, 9HR
& 32 RBI in 69 games, finishing 4th in the International League in average, 2nd in runs and 3rd in on-base pct. (.393)
and OPS (.910) in that span...Added to the 40-man roster on November 20. Got off to a hot start with Columbus, recording 9 games of at least 3 hits in June and July (39G), hitting an IL-best .413
(33-80) in 22 July games with 4 2B, 2 3B, 5HR & 14 RBI (24RS)...Hit a combined .373 in those months (53-142) with 35RS
in 39 games...Hit in his last 17 straight games from August 16th-on, hitting .329 (24-73) to end the season...Combined
he hit .263 (31-118) off LHP, .334 (117-350) off RHP...Played in DR Wtr League after the season (.239, 19G, HR, 5RBI)...
Following the season was named the 20th best prospect in the Indians organization according to Baseball America.2011Split season between Akron and Columbus...Led the Indians farm system in hits (151) and was 2nd in batting
average (.308) and runs scored (71)... Posted an Eastern League-best 20-game hitting streak (5/4-27), which was tied
for the 3rd longest in Aeros history and Eastern League player of the month for May...Spent one game in Columbus
(6/10) and then spent remainder of season there after 6/26...Was leading the Eastern League in batting average at the
time of his 6/26 promotion...Appeared in 3 games in the Arizona Fall League after the season but was shutdown due
to a shoulder injury after running into an outfield wall.2009Finished 3rd in the Carolina League in on-base pct (.383)... Named to Carolina League postseason All-Star team.