Players signed indicated in Bold
||Tampa Bay Rays
|Mike Sheridan had a tremendous season at the plate, hitting .423 with 15 home runs and 72 RBIs in 56 games, and he has an advanced approach at the plate and makes consistent contact. In 227 at-bats, he struck out just 11 times.
|Outfielder Ben Guez should also be given a shot in pro ball after carrying momentum from an all-star summer in the Cape last year into this season. Guez hit .390 with 14 home runs and 62 RBIs this spring, including a 32-game hitting streak, though he profiles as an offensive fourth outfielder with below-average power and average speed
|Pat Kantakevich is the Tribe's top pitching prospect and was the team's workhorse closer, saving 10 games in 32 appearances. He pitches between 88-91 mph and is not considered a strikeout pitcher.