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Cleveland Indians Prospects

A | Francisco Lindor | SS | 20.7
A | Clint Frazier | OF | 19.9
A | Ronny Rodriguez | SS | 22.3
A | Trevor Bauer | P | 23.5
A | Dorssys Paulino | SS | 19.7


B | Mitch Brown | P | 20.3
B | Giovanny Urshela | 3B | 22.8
B | Felix Sterling | P | 21.4
B | Luigi Rodriguez | OF | 21.7
B | Tony Wolters | C | 22.1
B | Sean Brady | P | 20.1
B | LeVon Washington | OF | 23
B | Jose Ramirez | 2B | 21
B | Kyle Crockett | P | 22.6
B | Dace Kime | P | 22.4
B | Dillon Howard | P | 22.1
B | Tyler Naquin | OF | 23.3
B | D'vone Mcclure | OF | 20.5
B | Nelson Rodriguez | 1B | 20.1
B | Jake Sisco | P | 22.6
B | Elvis Araujo | P | 23
B | Casey Shane | P | 18.9
B | Adam Plutko | P | 0

C | Giovanni Soto | P | 23.2
C | Caleb Hamrick | P | 20.8
C | T.J. House | P | 24.8
C | Will Roberts | P | 23.9
C | Luis Lugo | P | 20.4
C | Luis Dejesus | P | 22.6
C | Shawn Morimando | P | 21.7
C | Alex Monsalve | C | 22.3
C | Manuel Carmona | P | 22.1
C | Juan Diaz | SS | 25.6
C | Shawn Armstrong | P | 23.9
C | Trey Haley | P | 24.1
C | Jordan Smith | 3B | 24.1
C | D.J. Brown | P | 0
C | Dylan Baker | P | 22.3
C | Robert Whitenack | P | 25.7
C | Carlos Melo | P | 23.4
C | Austin Adams | P | 0
C | Jesus Aguilar | 1B | 24.1
C | Tyler Holt | OF | 25.4
C | Jake Lowery | C | 24
C | Eric Haase | C | 21.6
C | Carlos Moncrief | OF | 25.7
C | Alex Lavisky | C | 23.5
C | Richard Stock | C | 23.5
C | Sicnarf Loopstok | C | 0

d | Frank Herrmann | P | 0
d | Chen Chang Lee | P | 0
d | Scott Barnes | P | 26.9
d | Preston Guilmet | P | 27
d | Bryan Price | P | 27.7
d | Colt Hynes | P | 29.2
d | Austin Adams | P | 27.9

z | Francisco Mejia | C | 0
z | Anthony Santander | OF | 0
z | Hector Caro | OF | 0
z | Grofi Cruz | 3B | 0
z | Edgar Pineda | P | 0
z | Kieran Lovegrove | P | 20
z | Luis Araujo | P | 0
z | Silento Sayles | OF | 18.9

z | Josh Schubert | OF | 0

Comments

  1. Jesus Aguilar is having a great winter league campaign right now, but he's played around 190 games this season. Any thoughts on his chances to play in the big leagues?

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  2. Aguilar could be a big league starter, although he'd be below average probably. There are a handful of teams that he would be an upgrade for.

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