>Cleveland Indians top 5.

>Next up in our top five prospect series is Cleveland.

5.
Octavio Montero
Cleveland
Indians
Age: 19 B/T: R/R
Born: Bluefields, NI
Position(s): SS
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Was an IFA who singed for 12.2 million last season. His glove will limit him to utility, RF or 3B role. Has decent power, but at only 19 years old we won’t see him in the majors for a few seasons. We might be able to trade him for some pitching as that is our biggest need right now.
4.
Bob Jackson
Cleveland
Indians
Age: 24 B/T: R/R
Born: Seattle, WA
Position(s): P (P)
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Drafter in the first round of season 1, should be good enough to one day make our ML Roster. Issues with him are low health and control, but if he can stay healthy should be able to someday make the ML Roster
3.
Alex Tabaka
Cleveland
Indians
Age: 22 B/T: R/R
Born: Sendai City, JP
Position(s): CF
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Has a solid glove, and a decent bat. I have an everyday CF in the majors right now, so I see him as trade bait for pitching.
2.
Luis Vizcaino
Cleveland
Indians
Age: 22 B/T: R/R
Born: Boca Chica, DO
Position(s): SS
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Is a solid SS at AA. He has a decent bat for a SS, but his glove his not adequate for a ML SS. Should make a fine utility player next season.
1.
Wayne Pierce
Cleveland
Indians
Age: 20 B/T: L/L
Born: Bluffton, OH
Position(s): RF
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Is the best prospect in the system right now. He’s a good young hit with a plus power bat. He was drafted second overall in last seasons draft. The plan is to keep him, and hope he develops into a legitimate ML hitter. The only downside is that his glove will force him to move to LF or 1B.

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