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Let's Go Tribe Top Prospects 2021

Best of the Rest: Position player prospects

Cleveland has one of the deepest minor league systems in all of baseball, so plenty of talented position players got left off our Let’s Go Tribe top-20.

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

Carlos Vargas is our No. 20 Cleveland prospect

The hardest-throwing starting pitching prospect in Cleveland’s system was added to the 40-man roster in November.

Scott Moss is our No. 19 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 20?

Moss should be making his MLB debut at some point in 2021

Lenny Torres is our No. 18 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 19?

Torres hasn’t played in two years, but his ceiling is still extremely high

Angel Martinez is our No. 17 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 18?

The countdown continues with another switch-hitting international infielder

Eli Morgan is our No. 16 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 17?

The top strikeout artist in Cleveland’s system the past three seasons instantly was voted by LGT readers

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

The top home run hitter in Cleveland’s system is finally expected to get his moment in the sun in 2021.

Joey Cantillo is our No. 14 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 15?

From 16th-round pick to No. 14 prospect, Cantillo’s star is on the rise.

Owen Miller is our No. 13 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 14?

Miller has impressed mightily in a small sample size, could he help Cleveland in 2021?

Daniel Johnson is our No. 12 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 13?

Johnson didn’t get much of a chance to show what he could do in 2020. Will 2021 be different?

Emmanuel Clase is our No. 11 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 12?

Clase missed all of 2020, but still throws his cutter 100 mph and his slider 91

Ethan Hankins is our No. 10 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 11?

Possessing one of the best fastballs in the Cleveland system, Hankins will make his full-season debut in 2021

Aaron Bracho is our No. 9 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 10?

A former top international signing is ready to make big moves in 2021

Gabriel Arias is our No. 8 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 9?

The top return in the Mike Clevinger trade debuts at No. 8 in the Cleveland system

Daniel Espino is our No. 7 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 8?

A former first-round pick is living up to all the hype thus far

Brayan Rocchio is our No. 6 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 7?

"The Professor" has shown advanced skills for his age. Could 2021 be the year he takes the leap?

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

Bo Naylor could be the future at catcher, but he’s still a ways away

George Valera is our No. 4 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 5?

The most hyped international signing the Indians have made in years, is 2021 finally the year George Valera breaks out?

Tyler Freeman is our No. 3 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 4?

Possessing the best hit tool in the organization, Freeman is inching closer to his MLB debut.

Triston McKenzie is our No. 2 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 3?

McKenzie reclaimed his status as one of the best prospects in the organization after a strong showing in his MLB debut.

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

For the second straight year, LGT’s readers picked Jones as Cleveland’s top prospect.

Let’s Go Tribe top Cleveland prospects for 2021 voting

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

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