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Los Angeles Angels Top Players Under 25

1 Mike Trout OF
2 Jordan Walden RHP
3 Peter Bourjos OF
4 Hank Conger C
5 C.J. Cron 1B
6 Kaleb Cowart 3B
7 Jeremy Moore OF
8 Cam Bedrosian RHP
9 Randal Grichuk OF
10 Alexi Amarista SS
11 Jean Segura 2B
12 Trevor Bell RHP
13 Trevor Reckling LHP
14 Chevy Clarke OF
15 Luis Jimenez 1B
16 Ryan Bolden OF
18 Fabio Martinez RHP
20 Eric Eadington P
21 Taylor Lindsey SS
22 Austin Wood RHP
23 Garrett Richards RHP
24 Clay Fuller OF
25 Donn Roach RHP
26 Nick Maronde 3B
27 John Hellweg RHP
28 Gabe Jacobo 1B
28 Travis Witherspoon OF
29 Michael Clevinger RHP
30 Tyler Kehrer LHP
31 Wes Hatton 2B
32 Abel Baker C
33 Jackson Whitley 1B
34 Daniel Tillman RHP
35 Rolando Gomez SS
36 Jon Bachanov RHP
37 Wendell Soto SS
38 Andrew Heid OF
39 Ryan Chaffee RHP
40 Kevin Moesquit SS
41 Young Il-Jung RHP
42 Angel Guerra P
43 Eswarlin Jimenez P
44 Daniel Hurtado RHP
45 Glenn Beltran OF
46 Orangel Arenas P
47 Drew Martinez OF
48 Jett Bandy C
49 Zach Borenstein OF
50 Luis Jolly OF
50 Orlando Ramirez P
51 Daniel Reynolds P
52 Jean Carlos Santiago P
53 Gabriel Perez P
54 Ysmael Carmona P

Comments

  1. Zach Borenstein should be a lot higher on your list.

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  2. hes got great skills and has all the intangibles you look for out of the leadoff spot

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  3. This is why.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoLSCvP529g&list=UU0Ch9PvdTNdaPbz79enE1yA&index=4&feature=plcp

    Prodigious power. Plus speed. Plus defender. Plus arm.

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  4. This is why.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoLSCvP529g&list=UU0Ch9PvdTNdaPbz79enE1yA&index=4&feature=plcp

    Prodigious power. Plus speed. Plus defender. Plus arm.

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  5. That's a good video. A player like him won't be a top prospect. He just isn't that kind of player. Old for the league, doesn't walk, poor splits but he obviously is a good hitter for his league.

    He should go out there, have fun, play his game and hope he keeps working his way up the ladder. Good luck to him!

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  6. Old for the league? Had the Angels started him in Single-A at the beginning of the season like they should have, he'd likely be in High-A right now.

    He'll take his walks. The BB/K ratio will improve. I assure you. You can't judge the splits based on such a small sample size. And if turns out he can't hit lefties, he can become a switch hitter. I've seen him bat as a righty.

    I'm sorry, but when you have Ryan Bolden at 16 and Chevy Clarke at 14 you lose a lot of credibility. They're both very gifted athletes, but they're not baseball players. The numbers back me up.

    You'll be eating a lot of crow in a few years. Good luck to you, you condescending douche.

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