View the complete list. Also, there's video highlights of each of the top 50 prospects on the list. Miller is the only Tribe prospect who makes the list. I guess this isn't too surprising given the wealth of youngsters on our major league team. I'm impressed that Adam Miller made it so high on the list because injuries derailed his maiden AAA campaign. His ranking this high is a real testament to his stuff. Hopefully, he's our future ace.
From MILB.com.....When he's 100 percent, he still can crank his fastball up to the mid- to upper-90s, complementing it with a good changeup and a plus, plus slider. Finger and elbow injuries really slowed him down in 2007 and likely cost him a chance to reach Cleveland for the first time, but he managed to return for the Arizona Fall League season. He's got front-of-the-rotation stuff if he can stay on the mound. He also has a power arsenal that could work well in a bullpen role if the Indians have a need or want to protect his arm.