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Ten Prospects Who Must Produce

Adam Miller

The upcoming 2008 season could prove to be a very important one for several of the Indians' top prospects in the minor leagues. While it might not be regarded as a make-or-break season for them, this year could go a long way in determining whether they have a future in Cleveland. Let's take a look at these 10 players who need to have a strong and healthy season in the Tribe farm system in 2008.

1. Adam Miller: For several years, Miller, the 31st overall pick in the 2003 draft, has been regarded as the team's best pitching prospect. But year after year, the right-hander has been bitten by the injury bug, thus delaying his development. Already this year he has been slowed by a blister on his pitching hand in spring training. Miller, whose fastball touches 100 mph, might make his major... Recommended Stories

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