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Cleveland Indians Top Players 25 and Under

1 Lonnie Chisenhall 3B
2 Jason Kipnis 2B
3 Francisco Lindor SS
4 Alex White RHP
5 Michael Brantley CF
6 Luigi Rodriguez OF
7 Jeanmar Gomez RHP
8 Felix Sterling RHP
9 Dillon Howard RHP
10 Zach McAllister RHP
11 Tony Wolters SS
12 Carlos Carrasco RHP
13 Zach Putnam RHP
14 Ronny Rodriguez SS
15 Ezequiel Carrera OF
16 Aaron Siliga OF
17 Chun-Hsiu Chen C
18 Nick Weglarz OF
19 Jason Knapp RHP
20 Scott Barnes LHP
21 Tim Fedroff OF
22 Robbie Aviles RHP
23 Beau Mills 1B
24 Giovanni Soto P
25 Tyler Holt OF
26 LeVon Washington OF
27 Alex Monsalve C
28 Giovanny Urshela 3B
29 Bryan Price RHP
30 Matt Packer LHP
31 Eric Haase C
32 Kelvin De la Cruz LHP
33 Michael Goodnight RHP
34 Kyle Blair RHP
35 Bryce Stowell RHP
36 Abner Abreu OF
37 Hector Rondon RHP
38 Dorssys Paulino SS
39 Zach MacPhee 2B
40 Jordan Henry OF
41 Robel Garcia 2B
42 Alex Lavisky C
43 Rob Bryson RHP
44 Cody Anderson RHP
45 Shawn Armstrong RHP
46 Trey Haley RHP
47 William Roberts RHP
48 Yefry Castillo C
49 Ryan Merritt LHP
50 Todd Hankins 2B
51 Cole Cook RHP
52 T.J. House LHP
53 Tony Dischler RHP
54 Jake Sisco RHP
55 Kyle Petter LHP
56 Alexander Perez RHP
57 Shawn Morimando LHP
58 Breily Puerta P
59 Elvis Araujo P
60 Anthony Santander OF
61 Francisco Miguel OF

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