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LGT's Top Indians Prospects for 2017

How do Let’s Go Tribe top 20 prospects for 2017 compare to 2016’s list?

If 2017 is any indication, prepare for some serious turnover in 2018’s top prospect rankings

Let’s Go Tribe’s top Cleveland Indians prospects for 2017 (11-20)

As voted on by the community.

Let’s Go Tribe’s top Cleveland Indians prospects for 2017 (1-10)

As voted on by the community.

Mark Mathias is our No. 20 Cleveland Indians prospect.

Rounding out the 2017 LGT Top 20 prospects is 22 year old infielder Mark Mathias.

Tyler Krieger is our No. 19 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 20?

With his injuries now behind him, Tyler Krieger proved himself in 2016

Nellie Rodriguez is our No. 18 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 19?

Nellie falls four spots from last year’s ranking as he begins to enter the higher levels of competition.

Shawn Morimando is our No. 17 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 18?

Morimando is hoping to expand a 2016 campaign which saw him briefly reach the majors

Adam Plutko is our No. 16 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 17?

Plutko adds to the incredible amount of starting pitching depth the Indians possess in 2017

Shawn Armstrong is our No. 15 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 16?

The fireballing relief pitcher looks to stick in the Cleveland bullpen come 2017.

Erik Gonzalez is our No. 14 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 15?

Gonzalez has little left to prove in AAA yet nowhere to go in Cleveland.

Juan Hillman is our No. 13 prospect, who should be No. 14?

The fourth southpaw pitcher already in our top 13 voting

Ryan Merritt is our No. 12 prospect. Who should be No. 13?

Yes, the guy who pitched the Indians into the World Series is still a rookie.

Nolan Jones is our No. 11 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 12?

Another 2016 draft pick comes off the board. Can he reach his potential?

Rob Kaminsky is our No. 10 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 11?

After splitting time between organizations in 2015, the young southpaw made a solid jump to AA last season.

Yu-Cheng Chang is our No. 9 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 10?

And he would've gotten away with it too if it weren't for that meddling Francisco Lindor.

Greg Allen is our No. 8 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 9?

Speed kills, and Allen has plenty to spare.

Will Benson is our No. 7 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 8?

One vote can make a difference, as evidenced by Benson's win yesterday!

Brady Aiken is our No. 6 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 7?

Narrowly edging out Greg Allen, and beating everyone else by a mile.

Bobby Bradley is our No. 5 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 6?

If Bradley can get his strikeouts down, he could bring some real pop to the Indians' lineup.

Yandy Diaz is our No. 4 Cleveland Indians prospect. Who should be No. 5?

Diaz might be the first Tribe prospect we see at the show in 2017

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

The slender starter is off to a great start in his minor league career. Can he keep up the pace in 2017?

LGT's No. 2 Indians prospect: Bradley Zimmer

Can Bradley Zimmer make an impact on the Cleveland Indians roster in 2017? Can he get his strikeouts under control?

LGT's No. 1 Indians prospect: Francisco Mejia

Is our No. 1 spot considered an upset? Has Bradley Zimmer really fallen?

LGT's top Indians prospect for 2017 vote

Who should be the Tribe's top prospect for 2017? You decide.

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