Re-Ranking the Cleveland Indians' Top 15 Prospects Following the 2014 MLB Draft

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Re-Ranking the Cleveland Indians' Top 15 Prospects Following the 2014 MLB Draft
Charlie Neibergall/Associated Press

The 2014 MLB draft has come and gone, and it's time to re-rank the Indians' top prospects.

The team made one of the best selections in the entire draft when University of San Francisco outfielder Kyle Zimmer fell to it at No. 21 overall. The Tribe followed that up with two more solid selections in lefty Justus Sheffield and University of Virginia outfielder Mike Papi.

The Indians had a fantastic draft and made some major additions to a rather weak farm system.

The three names mentioned above all fit into this list, along with a few other newcomers from within the system.

The farm system is still rather top heavy, and it's loaded with middle infielders, but it's improving, and this draft went a long way toward continuing that trend.

 

All stats are current through play on June 12, 2014 and are courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com, unless otherwise noted.

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