The Indians got:
Shortstop Andres Gimenez, a 22-year-old who broke in last season. He is a solid MLB-ready shortstop who will provide a low-cost fill at the position for years to come. Sorry, Edmundo Sosa, there is no compable Cardinal.
Shortstop Amed Rosario: At 25, he's already had a few seasons as a big league regular before falling back into a utility role. I suppose Tommy Edman is the comparable.
Starting pitcher Josh Wolf: He is a high-ceiling power pitcher drafted out of high school. He has just five games of pro experience at the lowest rookie league level. Maybe Tink Hence is the comparable for the Cardinals, although he is not as polished.
Outfielder Isaiah Greene: He is a speedy, line-drive hitting outfielder drafted out of high school. Not sure of a comparable here, because some of the better Cardinals prospects coming out of high school (Masyn Winn, Patrick Romeri) have major power potential.