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LGT Top Indians Prospects for 2018

The Best of the Rest: Which unranked Tribe prospects should we keep an eye on this year?

There are more than 20 players worth watching this year.

Let’s Go Tribe’s top Indians prospects for 2018

As voted on by the community.

Johnathan Rodriguez is our No. 20 prospect.

The youngest player in the 2017 MLB draft rounds out the LGT 2018 top prospect rankings.

Quentin Holmes is our No. 19 prospect. Who should be No. 20?

The fastest player in the 2017 MLB draft is still a work in progress.

Aaron Bracho is our No. 18 prospect. Who should be No. 19?

Julian Merryweather is our No. 17 prospect. Who should be No. 18?

The hardest-throwing arm in the Indians’ system will start the season at Triple-A Columbus

Tyler Freeman is our No. 16 prospect. Who should be No. 17?

Freeman put up the most impressive numbers of any high schooler drafted by the Indians last year

Mitch Longo is our No. 15 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 16?

The corner outfielder did unforgivable things to baseballs in 2017

Ryan Merritt is our No. 14 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 15?

The 2016 ALCS hero doesn’t have elite stuff, but gets batters out at the top level.

Eric Haase is our No. 13 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 14?

A power explosion in 2017 put the back-up catcher on the map.

Aaron Civale is our No. 12 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 13?

The college closer-turned-starter continues to not walk anyone as he advances through the Cleveland farm system.

Will Benson is our No. 11 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 12?

One of the best athletes in the Tribe system can take a leap if he cuts down on whiffs.

George Valera is our No. 10 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 11?

Is the hype real? Valera has yet to play a game in the Indians minor league system

Conner Capel is our No. 9 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 10?

Yu-Cheng Chang is our No. 8 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 9?

The young shortstop hit a lot of home runs in 2017, but will his drop in batting average be an outlier of the start of the new norm?

Willi Castro is our No. 7 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 8?

The 20-year-old showed a power surge in 2017, propelling him up the prospect rankings.

Nolan Jones is our No. 6 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 7?

The 2016 second round pick has one of the best batting eyes in the system

Shane Bieber is our No. 5 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 6?

The king of command made it to Double-A in just his second pro season last year.

Greg Allen is our No. 4 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 5?

Allen got his first taste of the majors in 2017 and it won’t be his last.

Bobby Bradley is our No. 3 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 4?

The Indians may have their next power hitting first baseman already in their system.

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

The most hyped Indians pitching prospect since CC Sabathia has impressed at every level.

Francisco Mejia is our No. 1 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 2?

Big shocker, the top catching prospect in baseball keeps his position

Let’s Go Tribe top Indians prospects for 2018 voting

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

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