i know is kind of old (august 2006), but this articles has an interesting observation about the indians Latin American development...http://globalbaseball.wordpress.com/2006/08/30/not-deadjust-resting/
"DSL Yankees (1) vs. DSL Indians. Series tied 1-1. Perhaps interesting to some, this series features the DSL's two most educated teams. Most major league teams put effort into teaching their players' English, but the Yankees and Indians are really ahead of the game in the player services department. The Yankees have their players go through a full, 4-subject class schedule every day after drills and games. The Indians actually pay for their kids to go to private school. This is part of a larger philosophy that believes in a correlation between education and the average player's ability to transition effectively to life in the United States."