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San Diego Padres Top Players Under 25

1 Cameron Maybin CF
2 Jedd Gyorko 3B
3 Rymer Liriano OF
4 Yasmani Grandal C
5 Joe Ross RHP
6 Robert Erlin LHP
7 Yonder Alonso 1B
8 Casey Kelly RHP
9 Jaff Decker OF
10 Cory Spangenberg 2B
11 Austin Hedges C
12 Anthony Rizzo 1B
13 Jonathan Galvez 2B
14 Edinson Rincon 3B
15 Reymond Fuentes OF
16 Kyle Blanks RF
17 Michael Kelly RHP
18 Donavan Tate OF
19 Joseph Wieland RHP
20 Burch Smith RHP
21 Duanel Jones 3B
22 Everth Cabrera 2B
23 Cedric Hunter OF
24 Kyle Gaedele OF
25 Simon Castro RHP
26 John Barbato RHP
27 Adys Portillo RHP
28 Logan Forsythe 2B
29 Keyvius Sampson RHP
30 Everett Williams OF
31 Dexter Carter RHP
32 Blake Tekotte OF
33 Drew Cumberland SS
34 Justin Miller OF
35 Matt Lollis RHP
36 Aaron Poreda LHP
37 Cole Figueroa 2B
38 Allan Dykstra 1B
39 James Darnell 3B
40 Jorge Reyes RHP
41 Jeudy Valdez 2B
42 Luis Domoromo SS
43 Juan Oramas P
44 Edwin Moreno OF
45 William Scott RHP
46 Alberth Martinez OF
47 Cody Hebner RHP
48 Cristhofer Martinez 2B
49 Mike Andriese RHP
50 Yair Lopez OF
51 Yoan Alcantara OF
52 Anthony Bass RHP
53 Henry Charles OF
54 Jose De Paula LHP
55 Luis Tejada OF
56 Mark Pope RHP
57 Jason Hagerty C
58 Jerry Sullivan RHP
59 B.J. Guinn SS
60 Matt Wisler RHP
61 Zach Cates RHP
62 Chris Bisson 2B
63 James Needy RHP
64 Zach Kometani 1B
65 Mathews Stites RHP

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  1. you know dykstra was traded to the mets early in the year right?

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  2. I don't update every transaction. I miss some.

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