Shawn Armstrong and Shawn Morimando, two pitchers chosen by the Cleveland Indians in the 2011 draft, are left tied at 41 percent of the vote (105 votes each) for our No. 15 prospect spot.
Morimando is generally believed to have a higher ceiling of the two, potentially levelling off at a three or four starter when he makes it to the majors. He could debut as early as 2016, and the Indians added him to the 40-man roster in November in order to protect him from the Rule 5 draft. Morimando will need to make some adjustments before making that big-league debut, namely walking fewer batters. In 2015, he walked 9.9 percent of the batters he faced in Double-A, but he also struck out 19.5 percent of them, a career-high outside of rookie ball.
Armstrong, on the other hand, is a reliever who made a splash in the majors last season. In 8.0 innings of relief work last season he had 11 strikeouts while only allowing two earned runs on five hits. He could be a major factor in the bullpen next season, potentially taking over as closer if the Indians decide to deal Cody Allen.