Cleveland Indians' Top 10 Prospects Rankings, Spring Forecasts

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Cleveland Indians' Top 10 Prospects Rankings, Spring Forecasts
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Top prospect Francisco Lindor ranks among baseball's top up-the-middle prospects headed into the 2013 season.

Although their farm system ranks comfortably in the bottom third among all organizations, the Cleveland Indians do have high-upside prospects in Francisco Lindor and Dorssys Paulino. Beyond that, however, it lacks potential impact prospects and is littered with too many raw, high-risk players.

The Indians’ lack of pitching prospects is especially dismal, just as it’s been for some time now. And although they added a potential ace in Trevor Bauer this offseason, there’s no telling how he’ll ultimately perform in the major leagues. For the record, I’m still a believer.

After the three aforementioned players, there’s a substantial drop-off within the Indians' system, as a majority of their top prospects are still multiple years away from reaching the major leagues.

Here’s a look at the Cleveland Indians’ top-10 prospects headed into spring training.

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