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Minnesota Twins Top Players 25 and Under

1 Miguel Sano 3B
2 Ben Revere OF
3 Max Kepler OF
4 Aaron Hicks OF
5 Liam Hendriks RHP
6 Matthew Summers RHP
7 Travis Harrison 3B
8 Eddie Rosario OF
9 Levi Michael SS
10 Joe Benson OF
11 Kyle Gibson RHP
12 Niko Goodrum SS
13 Alex Wimmers RHP
14 Oswaldo Arcia OF
15 Alex Burnett RHP
16 Chris Parmelee 1B
17 Hudson Boyd RHP
18 Adrian Salcedo RHP
19 Madison Boer RHP
20 Brian Dozier 2B
21 Billy Bullock RHP
22 Carlos Gutierrez RHP
23 David Bromberg RHP
24 Deolis Guerra RHP
25 Lester Oliveros RHP
26 Tyler Robertson LHP
27 Jason Wheeler LHP
28 Matthew Hauser RHP
29 Hung Yi Chen P
30 Bruce Pugh P
31 Jairo Perez 3B
32 Sterling Bonilla P
33 Jose Abreu P
34 Francisco Nunez P
35 Gonzalo Sanudo P
36 Matthew Bashore LHP
37 Angel Morales OF
38 Nate Roberts OF
39 Yangervis Solarte 2B
40 Shooter Hunt RHP
41 JaDamion Williams 2B
42 Jorge Polanco SS
43 Dereck Rodriguez OF
44 Corey Williams LHP
45 Adonis Pacheco OF
46 Scott Diamond LHP
47 Tom Stuifbergen P
48 Austin Malinowski LHP
49 Markus Solbach P
50 Daniel Santana SS
51 Trenton Higginbothem RHP
52 Tyler Grimes SS
53 Felix Jorge P
54 B.J. Hermsen RHP
55 Manuel Soliman P
56 Bobby Lanigan RHP
57 Angel Mata P
58 Michael Tonkin RHP
59 Pat Dean LHP
60 Ben Tootle RHP
61 Kyle Waldrop OF
62 Dakota Watts P
63 James Beresford SS
64 Brett Lee LHP
65 Javier Pimentel SS


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Name POS Schools
1 Bryce Harper C Southern Nevada CC
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
10 Deck McGuire RHP Georgia Tech
11 Karsten Whitson RHP Chipley HS, Bartow, Fla.
12 Christian Colon SS Cal State Fullerton
13 Matt Harvey P North Carolina
14 Levon Washington 2B/OF Chipola JC
15 Manny Machado SS Brito Prep, Miami
16 Josh Sale OF Bishop Blanchet HS, SEA
17 Chris Sale LHP Florida Gulf Coast
18 Jedd Gyorko 2B West Virginia
19 Brandon Workman P Texas
20 Stetson Allie 3B St. Edward HS, Lakewood, Ohio
21 Brian Ragira OF Martin HS, Arlington
22 Dylan Covey P Maranatha HS, Pasadena, CA
23 Derek Dietrich SS Georgia Tech
24 DeAndre Smelter P Tattnall Square GA
25 Kevin Gausman RHP Grandview HS, Aurora, Colo
26 Cameron Bedrosian P East Coweta HS, Sharpsburg, GA
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