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Let's Go Tribe Top Prospects 2020

Nick Sandlin is our No. 20 Cleveland Indians prospect

Injuries prevented Sandlin from making his MLB debut in 2019, but he looks primed to join the Tribe bullpen in 2020.

Eli Morgan is our No. 19 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 20?

A killer changeup from an unexpected source

Will Benson is our No. 18 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 19?

Benson won the No. 18 selection from LGT readers by just three votes.

Lenny Torres is our No. 17 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 18?

Torres squeaked by with 20% of the community vote despite missing the entire 2019 season.

Ka’ai Tom is our No. 16 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 17?

The flyin’ Hawaiian garnered 25% of the reader vote to make his LGT top 20 debut

Bobby Bradley is our No. 15 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 16?

The heavy-slugging first baseman made his Indians debut in 2019 and could earn plenty of opportunities in 2020.

Logan Allen is our No. 14 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 15?

With a dominant 51% of the vote, newcomer to the system Logan Allen is our No. 14 prospect

Aaron Bracho is our No. 13 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 14?

The talented young second baseman made up for Tuesday by destroying the competition with 42% of the vote.

Scott Moss is our No. 12 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 13?

A late surge helped Moss garner 52% of the vote from LGT readers.

Daniel Espino is our No. 11 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 12?

The 2019 Indians first round draft pick raked in 32% of the LGT reader vote.

Brayan Rocchio is our No. 10 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 11?

The sure-handed shortstop nearly doubled the competition with 32% of the vote.

Ethan Hankins is our No. 9 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 10?

The nasty right-hander raked in 39 percent of the vote to easily win Thursday’s poll.

Emmanuel Clase is our No. 8 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 9?

Clase is the newest Indian, and LGT readers quickly made him a top 10 prospect

James Karinchak is our No. 7 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 8?

The flamethrowing relief pitcher put himself on the map with an extremely strikeout-heavy 2019 season.

George Valera is our No. 6 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 7?

The sweet-swinging outfielder won the fan vote by a wide margin.

Bo Naylor is our No. 5 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 6?

The top Tribe catching prospect eeked out a 12-vote victory with 28% of the total vote.

Daniel Johnson is our No. 4 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 5?

The Jet is ready to take off in 2020

Triston McKenzie is our No. 3 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 4?

The lanky right-handed pitching prospect squeaked by with 32% of the vote.

Tyler Freeman is our No. 2 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 3?

The smooth-hitting shortstop has been a high-contact doubles machine thus far in his MiLB career.

Nolan Jones is our No. 1 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 2?

The people have spoken, and the patient, slugging third baseman is the Tribe’s top prospect

Let’s Go Tribe top Indians prospects for 2020 voting

Give a thousand community members a vote and they’ll eventually come up with a top prospects list.

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