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Cleveland Guardians Prospects & Minor Leagues

Bryan Lavastida hits first home run, Logan Allen dominates another Double-A start for Akron

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 28, 2022

Oscar Gonzalez’s monster home run leads to dramatic Columbus win

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 27, 2022

Daniel Espino strikes out career-high 14 batters on just 67 pitches in Akron win

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 24, 2022

Lynchburg prevails, Akron slips late, Columbus remains great

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 23, 2022

Jose Fermin continues to rake, Will Dion is perfect in Lynchburg start

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 22, 2022

Jose Fermin homers twice, Aaron Davenport and Rodney Boone impress in starts for Lake County and Lynchburg

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 21, 2022

Luke Maile red hot on rehab assignment, helps Columbus win eighth straight game

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 18, 2022

Daniel Espino, Tanner Burns dazzle in Akron double-header sweep

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 17, 2022

Gavin Williams strikes out 11 in Lake County loss

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 16, 2022

Ike Freeman and Joe Naranjo both homer twice, Logan Allen and Rodney Boone pitch gems as affiliates sweep

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 15, 2022

Adam Scott and Joey Cantillo shine in starts for Columbus and Akron

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 14, 2022

Peyton Battenfield holds Syracuse scoreless for first win of 2022

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 13, 2022

Guardian affiliates split on Saturday, Oscar Gonzalez mashes homer No. 2

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 10, 2022

Daniel Espino, Gavin Williams electric in their 2022 debuts

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 9, 2022

Opening Day washed out for Lynchburg, Lake County

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 8, 2022

Clippers drop second straight game to Lehigh Valley

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 7, 2022

Best of the Rest: Pitching prospects

Cleveland has one of the deepest minor league systems in all of baseball, so plenty of talented pitchers got left off our community top-20

Clippers open 2022 season with 7-3 loss after bullpen blowup

Cleveland Guardians minor league recap for April 6, 2022

Tobias Myers is our No. 20 prospect. Thank you for voting!

The countdown comes to a close with the SP from Winter Haven

Xzavion Curry is our No. 19 prospect. Who should be No. 20?

You think one lengthy scoreless streak is good? How about two?

Angel Martinez is our No. 18 prospect. Who should be No. 19?

The future is bright for Angel Martinez

Peyton Battenfield is our No. 17 prospect. Who should be No. 18?

Another Guardians starting pitcher prospect developing a cutter

Bo Naylor is our No. 16 Guardians Prospect. Who should be No. 17?

One bad season at the plate and everyone thinks you’re dead

Petey Halpin is our No. 15 Guardians Prospect. Who should be No. 16?

An aggressive placement paid off for Halpin in 2021

Bryan Lavastida is our No. 14 Guardians Prospect. Who should be No. 15?

A bat-first catcher? In this economy?

Jose Tena is our No. 13 Guardians Prospect. Who should be No. 14?

A fall surge boosted Tena’s stock enough to be added to the 40-man roster

Cody Morris is our No. 12 Guardians Prospect. Who should be No. 13?

Guess who added a cutter to their pitch mix?

Steven Kwan is our No. 11 Guardians prospect. Who should be No. 12?

Steven Kwan isn’t the flashiest prospect of the bunch, but [phenomenal tease, everyone is shocked]

Jhonkensy Noel is our No. 10 Guardians prospect. Who should be No. 11?

A slugging corner infielder who also hits for high average, what’s not to like?

Richie Palacios is our No. 9 Guardians prospect. Who should be No. 10?

An advanced bat and a versatile glove make Palacios an intriguing watch in 2022

Gavin Williams is our No. 8 Guardians prospect. Who should be No. 9?

Williams has yet to make his pro debut, but that hasn’t stopped the hype train

Logan T. Allen is our No. 7 Guardians prospect. Who should be No. 8?

The "other" Logan Allen impressed in his first professional season