Today concludes my so-called "adjective" series in which I have looked at various levels of Cleveland's minor league system with different adjectives in mind. It started with the prospects with the most to prove, continued with the most exciting and impressive prospects, and ends today with the most intriguing prospects.
This list may be my favorite because it looks at players who are far from perfect. They are intriguing to look at because there is something there that could breakout in 2013. Whether it is a lack of raw stuff that buries a performer on the depth chart, ridiculous tools that just have not translated well into game action, or plenty of other things, the definition of intriguing in this context has plenty of flexibility.
As before, prospects on the previous lists are not eligible. Yes Trevor Bauer is one of the most intriguing players in all of baseball, but he was already profiled in the "Most to Prove" article. So it goes.