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Houston Astros Top Players Under 25

1 Jordan Lyles RHP
2 Jonathan Singleton 1B
3 Domingo Santana OF
4 George Springer OF
5 Brett Wallace 1B
6 J.D. Martinez OF
7 Jonathan Villar SS
8 Jarred Cosart RHP
9 Ariel Ovando OF
10 Jose Altuve 2B
11 Delino Deshields OF
12 Jiovanni Mier SS
13 Jay Austin OF
14 Brett Oberholtzer P
15 Jimmy Paredes OF
16 Harold Arauz RHP
17 Jordan Schafer CF
18 Jason Castro C
19 Paul Clemens RHP
20 Wallace Gonzalez OF
21 Michael Feliz RHP
22 Austin Wates OF
23 Jose Montero RHP
24 Josh Zeid P
25 Aneury Rodriguez RHP
26 Ross Seaton RHP
27 Michael Foltynewicz RHP
28 Jonathan Meyer 3B
29 J.B. Shuck OF
30 Adrian Houser RHP
31 Xavier Cedeno
32 Jack Armstrong RHP
33 Christopher Lee LHP
34 Ruben Alaniz P
35 Arturo Michelena SS
36 Jordan Scott OF
37 Brad Dydalewicz LHP
38 Kelvin Vizcaino OF
39 Telvin Nash OF
40 Nic Tropeano RHP
41 Vincent Velasquez RHP
42 Kyle Greenwalt RHP
43 Luis Reynoso SS
44 Rodney Quintero RHP
45 Luis Ordosgoitti P
46 Jose Solano 2B
47 Kyle Hallock LHP
48 Dayan Diaz P
49 Bobby Doran RHP
50 Nicholas Tropeano P
51 Teoscar Hernandez OF
52 Frederick Tiburcio P
53 Chris Wallace C
54 Jake Buchanan RHP
55 Jorge De Leon RHP
56 Mike Kvasnicka C
57 Jacob Goebbert OF
58 Kody Hinze 1B
59 Adam Bailey OF
60 Matt Nevarez RHP
61 Dallas Keuchel LHP
62 Tanner Bushue RHP
63 Enrique Hernandez 2B
64 Henry Villar RHP
65 John Hinson 2B
66 Ben Heath C
67 Jean Carlos Batista SS
68 Edgar Ferreira LHP
69 Yonathan Mejia 2B
70 Brandon Culbreth RHP
71 Zachary Grimmett RHP
72 Chris Epps OF
73 B.J. Hyatt LHP
74 Javaris Reynolds OF
75 Frederick Serrano DH
76 Mitchell Lambson LHP
77 Brandt Walker P
78 Luis Cruz LHP


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2 Jameson Taillon RHP The Woodlands (Texas) HS
3 Anthony Ranaudo P LSU
4 Drew Pomeranz LHP Mississippi
5 Nick Castellanos 3B Archbishop McCarthy HS, FLA
6 Bryce Brentz OF Middle Tennessee State
7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
8 Zack Cox 3B Arkansas
9 Austin Wilson OF Harvard-Westlake HS, CA
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11 Karsten Whitson RHP Chipley HS, Bartow, Fla.
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13 Matt Harvey P North Carolina
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15 Manny Machado SS Brito Prep, Miami
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