As a rare buyer in the market for high-profile free agent signings, the Cleveland Indians' destiny as a franchise depends on the prospects it produces on the farm.
Of the Tribe's everyday position players, six of the eight regular starters spent significant time in the Cleveland minor-league organization.
The MLB Draft is GM Chris Antonetti's main means for compiling the roster of the future, seeking to select players who project to contribute near the shore of Lake Erie. Now it's time for the Cleveland front office to restock with that type of talent.
Track all of the club's picks here: