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Cleveland Indians outfielder Jake Bauers reveals his dream super power: 'Beyond the Dugout'

We go 'Beyond the Dugout' for an in-depth conversation with Jake Bauers.

CLEVELAND — Get to know more about Jake Bauers as we go "Beyond the Dugout" with the Cleveland Indians outfielder.

Question: What’s your favorite food?

Bauers: A good juicy chicken breast, you can’t really go wrong there. Maybe a thigh, simple like that. Maybe throw it on top of some pasta.

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Question: Wine, beer or liquor?

Bauers: Oh, I’m a big wine guy, big red wine guy, yeah. Give me a good Cab coming out of Napa Valley or something like that it’s going to be good. No complaints there.

Question: Plane, train or automobile?

Bauers: Oh, plane man! Get me there fast!

Question: If you had a super power what would it be?

Bauers: Maybe read minds, yeah. I feel like that’s a little less possible answer. I think I would read minds.

Question: What am I thinking right now?

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Bauers: Yeah, I can’t tell you. See, I don’t have a super power that’s why I wish I had it. Cause than I would answer your questions before you asked them.

Question: Wow! Now that would be a segment.

Bauers: You wouldn’t even have to talk.

Question: If you could be an animal what would it be?

Bauers: I’d probably go elephant. It looks like a good life. You're protected, everyone loves you. Who doesn’t love elephants?

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