Not really. If anyone is untouchable in that Indian's system, it's Lindor. Naquin and Salazar might be on the table, but I'd take Bauer of any of them.
Too much is made by Bauer's allegedly bad attitude. Arizona flatly mishandled him, and Arizona is generally known be run by a not-great office. Remember, that's the organization that actually dealt something worthwhile for Tony Campana. Cleveland is going for it now, and Bauer just isn't ready for the majors now. That's not a knock on Bauer - a lot of prospect need time.
If there is anyone in the game who can harness Bauer's immense talents and shape him into a major league ace, it is probably Derek Johnson. If Cleveland is desperate enough to give up on one of the best pitching prospects in baseball after just a few months, I'd be more than happy to take him off their hands.