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Top 25 Pitchers under 25

The Pitchers
Pitching is very volatile. Injuries occur and wipe players off the map. Some pitchers gain a few MPH to their FB or lose a couple and become different players because of it. Finding players that could be on this list is easy. Deciding on which players are going to end up a cut above is tough. This isn’t necessarily a prediction. It’s just one scenario of how each of these players’ careers could play out.
Here are the pitchers:
1. Felix Hernandez , P , SEA
2. David Price , P , TB
3. Clayton Kershaw , P , LAD
4. Tommy Hanson , P , ATL
5. Phil Hughes , P , NYY
6. Yovani Gallardo , P , MIL
7. Trevor Cahill , P , OAK
8. Aroldis Chapman , P , CIN
9. Stephen Strasburg , P , WSH
10. Julio Teheran , P , ATL
11. Brett Anderson , P , OAK
12. Neftali Feliz , P , TEX
13. Madison Bumgarner , P , SF
14. Jeremy Hellickson , P , TB
15. Jordan Zimmermann , P , WSH
16. Jaime Garcia , P , STL
17. Mat Latos , P , SD
18. Ricky Romero , P , TOR
19. Martin Perez , P , TEX
20. Jarrod Parker , P , ARI
21. Matt Moore , P , TB
22. Brian Matusz , P , BAL
23. Jameson Taillon , P , PIT
24. Chris Tillman , P , BAL
25. Rick Porcello , P , DET

In 2015:
1. Jameson Taillon, RHP, PIT
2. Matt Purke, LHP, Texas Christian
3. Julio Teheran, RHP, ATL
4. Gerrit Cole, RHP, UCLA
5. Martin Perez, LHP, TEX
6. Shelby Miller, RHP, STL
7. Randall Delgado,RH P, ATL
8. Daniel Norris, LHP, Science Hill HS, Johnson City, Tenn
9. Tyler Matzek, LHP, COL
10. Jacob Turner, RHP, DET
11. Jordan Lyles, RHP, HOU
12. Adrian Salcedo, RHP, MIN
13. Sonny Gray, RHP, Vanderbilt
14. Lance McCullers, RHP, Jesuit HS, Tampa
15. Karsten Whitson, P, U. of Florida
16. Dylan Covey, P, San Diego
17. AJ Cole, RHP, WSH
18. Manny Banuelos, LHP, NYY
19. Trevor Bauer, RHP, UCLA
20. Zack Wheeler, RHP, SF
21. Stetson Allie, P, PIT
22. John Lamb, P, KC
23. Carlos Perez, P, ATL
24. Henderson Alvarez, RHP, TOR
25. Jake Odorizzi, RHP, MIL

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