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LGT Top Indians Prospects for 2019

A breakdown of the Indians’ farm system

Matt and Brian discuss the Tribe’s top farmhands.

The Best of the Rest: Which unranked Indians prospects should we keep an eye on in 2019?

The Indians have one of the deepest minor league systems in all of baseball, so plenty of talented players got left off our LGT top 20.

Let’s Go Tribe’s top Indians prospects for 2019

The people have spoken! Let’s see what they had to say

Johnathan Rodriguez is our No. 20 prospect

The switch-hitting Puerto Rican has plenty of projectability due to his age and size.

Will Benson is our No. 19 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 20?

The former first round pick has four of the five tools, but needs to improve his contact in 2019.

Aaron Civale is our No. 18 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 19?

A pair of injuries shortened Civale’s 2018 season but he’s hoping to bounce back strong in 2019

Richard Palacios is our No. 17 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 18?

Palacios proved much too talented for the lower levels of the Tribe system after being drafted out of Towson University.

Oscar Mercado is our No. 16 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 17?

The speedy outfielder acquired in a trade will have an opportunity to prove himself with the big league club in 2019.

Jean Carlos Mejia is our No. 15 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 16?

The 22-year-old Dominican Republic native got stronger as 2018 wore on.

Nick Sandlin is our No. 14 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 15?

The southern sidearmer had a rocket strapped to his back after being drafted last year.

Daniel Johnson is our No. 13 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 14?

Acquired in a trade for Yan Gomes, the speedy Daniel Johnson has the makings of a future slugging outfielder.

Sam Hentges is our No. 12 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 13?

Lenny Torres is our No. 11 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 12?

While his overall experience is low, the potential is sky high with New York’s Lenny Torres

Luis Oviedo is our No. 10 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 11?

The top international arm in the Tribe system had a breakout year in 2018.

Bo Naylor is our No. 9 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 10?

Naylor was the Tribe’s top draft pick in 2018 and was not overwhelmed in his Arizona Rookie League debut.

Brayan Rocchio is our No. 8 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 9?

The newly minted No. 8 prospect just turned 18 years old this week.

Bobby Bradley is our No. 7 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 8?

The fans have spoken, and they’ve chosen the Tribe’s top power-hitting prospect.

Yu Chang is our No. 6 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 7?

Chang could see significant time with the Tribe in 2019 and his power could be a difference maker.

Tyler Freeman is our No. 5 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 6?

Freeman is one of the best pure hitters in the Tribe system, but is still a long ways away.

Ethan Hankins is our No. 4 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 5?

Hankins possesses the highest ceiling arm in the Tribe system, but also some of the highest risk.

George Valera is our No. 3 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 4?

If you don’t think your vote matters, Valera won by just a single vote.

Nolan Jones is our No. 2 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 3?

The top position player prospect in the Tribe system raked in 65 percent of the fan vote.

Triston McKenzie is our No. 1 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 2?

The people have spoken, and the lanky right-handed pitcher is the Tribe’s top prospect

Let’s Go Tribe top Indians prospects for 2019 voting

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

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