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Los Angeles Dodgers Top Players Under 25

1 Clayton Kershaw LHP
2 Zach Lee RHP
3 Dee Gordon SS
4 Nathan Eovaldi RHP
5 Rubby De La Rosa RHP
6 Kenley Jansen RHP
7 Jonathan Garcia OF
8 Allen Webster RHP
9 Jerry Sands 1B
10 Angelo Songco OF
11 Garrett Gould RHP
12 Noel Cuevas OF
13 Josh Lindblom RHP
14 Joc Pederson OF
15 Ivan DeJesus 2B
16 Chris Reed LHP
17 Chris Withrow RHP
18 Jake Lemmerman SS
19 Alfredo Silverio OF
20 Ryan O'Sullivan RHP
21 Gorman Erickson C
22 Shawn Tolleson RHP
23 Steven Ames RHP
24 Red Patterson RHP
25 Ralston Cash RHP
26 Tim Federowicz C
27 Derek Cone RHP
28 Blake Smith OF
29 Aaron Miller LHP
30 Pedro Baez 3B
31 Stephen Fife P
32 Ethan Martin RHP
33 Brian Cavazos-Galvez OF
34 Matt Magill RHP
35 James Baldwin OF
36 Scott Woodward 3B
37 Scott McGough RHP
38 Gregory Pena OF
39 Arismendy Ozoria P
40 Logan Bawcom RHP
41 Alex Santana 3B
42 Jackson Mateo P
43 Justin Boudreaux SS
44 Jesus Valdez 3B
45 Josh Wall P
46 Leon Landry OF
47 O'Koyea Dickson 1B
48 Juan Noriega P
49 Pratt Maynard C
50 Danny Danielson RHP
51 Scott Barlow RHP
52 Jeffrey Schaus OF
53 Malcolm Holland 2B
54 Pratt Maynard C
55 Scott Schebler OF

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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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