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Pittsburgh Pirates Top Players Under 25

1 Andrew McCutchen CF
2 Jameson Taillon RHP
3 Luis Heredia RHP
4 Joshua Bell OF
5 Gerrit Cole RHP
6 Jose Tabata OF
7 Pedro Alvarez 3B
8 Rudy Owens LHP
9 Starling Marte OF
10 Chase D'Arnaud SS
11 Gorkys Hernandez OF
12 Andrew Lambo OF
13 Stetson Allie RHP
14 Josh Harrison 2B
15 Tony Sanchez C
16 Robbie Grossman OF
17 Alex Dickerson 1B
18 Argenis Diaz SS
19 Tyler Glasnow RHP
20 Quincy Latimore OF
21 Yonathan Barrios SS
22 Dilson Herrera SS
23 Brett Lorin RHP
24 Exicardo Cayones OF
25 Clayton Holmes RHP
26 Bryan Morris RHP
27 Brock Holt 2B
28 Nicholas Kingham RHP
29 Jordy Mercer SS
30 Cesilio Pimentel P
31 Tim Alderson RHP
32 Jared Lakind 1B
33 Jeff Inman RHP
34 Victor Black RHP
35 Jake Burnette RHP
36 Colton Cain LHP
37 Jose Marrujo P
38 Alen Hanson 2B
39 Harold Ramirez OF
40 Jeff Locke LHP
41 Evan Chambers OF
42 Zack Von Rosenberg RHP
43 Drew Maggi SS
44 Jason Creasy RHP
45 Colten Brewer RHP
46 Andy Otamendi P
47 Mel Rojas OF
48 Wes Freeman OF
49 Jose Salazar
50 Jesus Vasquez OF
51 Ulises Montilla 2B
52 Jose Osuna OF
53 Raul Fortunato OF
54 Diego Goris 3B
55 Elvis Escobar OF
56 Justin Wilson LHP
57 Jarek Cunningham 3B
58 Joey Schoenfeld C
59 Jackson Lodge P
60 Zack Dodson LHP
61 Nathan Baker LHP
62 Tyler Waldron RHP
63 Trent Stevenson RHP
64 Brooks Pounders RHP
65 Maximo Rivera 3B
66 Quinton Miller RHP
67 Jesus Brito 3B
68 Hunter Strickland RHP
69 Willy Garcia OF
70 Kirk Singer 2B
71 Cesar Lopez P
72 Francisco Vilchez P

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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
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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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