A couple of times a year, the Indians trot out Jaret Wright as if by popular demand. "He can't pitch," Tribe management seems to believe, "but the fans love him." Not really. Wright's place in our fickle hearts has been filled by the dashing Danys Baez. The 25-year-old is a natural athlete, with flickering, intelligent eyes. (In Cuba, he studied to be a physics teacher.) He has handled the transition from Castro to Shapiro with remarkable grace. Why the Indians don't promote him more is a mystery.