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New York Yankees Top Players 25 and Under

1 Jesus Montero C
2 Manny Banuelos LHP
3 Gary Sanchez C
4 Ivan Nova RHP
5 Dellin Betances RHP
6 Jake Cave OF
7 Greg Bird C
8 Mason Williams OF
9 Tyler Austin 1B
10 Dante Bichette 3B
11 Angelo Gumbs SS
12 Cito Culver SS
13 Eduardo Nunez SS
14 Brandon Laird 3B
15 Fernando Perez SS
16 Jose Pirela SS
17 Austin Romine C
18 Corban Joseph 2B
19 J.R. Murphy C
20 Slade Heathcott OF
21 Ramon Flores OF
22 Zach Wilson 3B
23 Adam Warren RHP
24 Yeicok Calderon OF
25 Brett Marshall RHP
26 Cody Johnson OF
27 Melky Mesa OF
28 Rob Segedin 3B
29 Gabriel Encinas RHP
30 Mark Montgomery RHP
31 Kelvin De Leon OF
32 Gian Arias 1B
33 Eladio Moronta OF
34 Evan Rutckyj LHP
35 Jordan Cote RHP
36 William Davis RHP
37 Hayden Sharp RHP
38 D.J. Mitchell RHP
39 Brett Gerritse RHP
40 Daniel Burawa RHP
41 Benjamin Gamel OF
42 Ravel Santana OF
43 Taylor Morton RHP
44 Reymond Nunez 1B
45 Caleb Cotham RHP
46 Ericson Leonora OF
47 Jose Javier H
48 Sandy Brito OF
49 Daniel Camarena LHP
50 Dan Brewer OF
51 Scottie Allen RHP
52 Christopher Tamarez SS
53 Wilmer Romero OF
54 Ramon Rodriguez P
55 Angel Rincon P
56 Luis Alberto Niebla
57 David Adams 2B
58 Graham Stoneburner RHP
59 Isaias Tejeda C
60 Jairo Heredia RHP
61 Cristofer Cabrera RHP
62 Erick Canela P
63 Deivi Mojica P
64 Daury Aquino P
65 Jeremy Bleich LHP
66 Austin Jones 1B
67 Eduardo Rivera P
68 Taylor Grote OF
69 Cesar Vargas P
70 Sean Black RHP
71 Joey Maher RHP
72 Jose Ramirez RHP
73 Evan DeLuca LHP
74 Bryan Mitchell RHP
75 Matt Duran 3B
76 Erick Olivo RHP
77 Adam Smith RHP
78 Miguel Andujar 3B
79 Jose Rafael De Paula P

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2 Jameson Taillon RHP The Woodlands (Texas) HS
3 Anthony Ranaudo P LSU
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5 Nick Castellanos 3B Archbishop McCarthy HS, FLA
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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
8 Zack Cox 3B Arkansas
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