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'03 Top 100 Hitters

Rank Name League Level Age
1 Prince Fielder Midw A 19
2 Jose Lopez Texas AA 19
3 Felix Pie Midw A 18
4 Erick Aybar Midw A 19
5 Jeff Francoeur SAL A 19
6 B.J. Upton SAL A 19
7 Jeremy Hermida SAL A 19
8 Hanley Ramirez SAL A 19
9 Jason Pridie SAL A 19
10 Rudy Guillen Midw A 19
11 Grady Sizemore Eastern AA 21
12 Donnie Murphy Midw A 20
13 Alberto Callaspo Midw A 20
14 Brent Clevlen Midw A 19
15 Josh Barfield California Hi A 20
16 Chad Spann SAL A 19
17 Joaquin Arias Midw A 19
18 James Loney FSL A+ 19
19 Gregor Blanco Caro Hi A 19
20 Andy Marte Caro Hi A 19
21 Dioner Navarro Eastern AA 19
22 Frank Diaz SAL A 19
23 David Wright FSL A+ 20
24 Jose Reyes IL AAA 20
25 Miguel Cabrera Southern AA 20
26 Wilson Betemit IL AAA 21
27 Brian McCann SAL A 19
28 Callix Crabbe Midw A 20
29 Greg Miller Caro Hi A 18
30 Kila Kaaihue Midw A 19
31 William Bergolla Caro Hi A 20
32 Trent Oeltjen Midw A 20
33 Elijah Dukes SAL A 19
34 Aaron Baldiris SAL A 20
35 Corey Hart Southern AA 21
36 Luis Cruz Midw A 19
37 Andres Blanco Caro Hi A 19
38 Pedro Lopez SAL A 19
39 Joe Mauer Eastern AA 20
40 Damaso Espino Midw A 20
41 Wes Bankston SAL A 19
42 Jeff Salazar SAL A 22
43 Franklin Gutierrez FSL A+ 20
44 Dave Krynzel Southern AA 21
45 Cody Ross IL AAA 22
46 Willy Aybar FSL A+ 20
47 J.J. Hardy Southern AA 21
48 Wilkin Ramirez GCL Rk 17
49 Hector Luna Eastern AA 21
50 Joel Guzman FSL A+ 18
51 Alexis Rios Eastern AA 22
52 Jarred Ball Midw A 20
53 Ruben Gotay Caro Hi A 20
54 Dioner Navarro FSL A+ 19
55 Joel Guzman SAL A 18
56 B.J. Upton Southern AA 19
57 Nate Spears GCL Rk 18
58 Bernie Castro Pacific Coast AAA 22
59 Ruddy Yan Caro Hi A 21
60 Rogearvin Bernadina SAL A 19
61 Robinson Chirinos Midw A 19
62 Edwin Encarnacion Southern AA 20
63 Edwin Encarnacion Southern AA 20
64 Eider Torres Caro Hi A 20
65 Eider Torres Caro Hi A 20
66 Guillermo Quiroz Eastern AA 21
67 Alex Romero Midw A 20
68 Anthony Webster SAL A 20
69 Scott Moore Midw A 19
70 Omar Infante IL AAA 21
71 Elliot Johnson SAL A 19
72 Juan Tejeda FSL A+ 21
73 James Tomlin FSL A+ 21
74 Luis Hernandez SAL A 19
75 Willy Taveras Caro Hi A 21
76 Willy Taveras Caro Hi A 21
77 Steve Moss Midw A 19
78 Jorge Cantu IL AAA 21
79 Nate McLouth Caro Hi A 21
80 Corey Smith Eastern AA 21
81 Bobby Crosby Pacific Coast AAA 23
82 Jason Kubel FSL A+ 21
83 Bronson Sardinha Midw A 20
84 Wayne Lydon FSL A+ 22
85 Buck Coats Midw A 21
86 Delwyn Young SAL A 21
87 Jeff Mathis California Hi A 20
88 Jayson Nix California Hi A 21
89 Robinson Cano FSL A+ 20
90 Alejandro Machado Texas AA 21
91 Jerry Gil Midw A 20
92 Garrett Guzman Midw A 20
93 Brandon Watson Eastern AA 22
94 Rajai Davis SAL A 22
95 Jason Bartlett Eastern AA 23
96 Anderson Machado Eastern AA 22
97 Onil Joseph SAL A 21
98 Robert Andino SAL A 19
99 Joe Mauer FSL A+ 20
100 Victor Diaz Southern AA 21

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