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Tampa Bay Rays Top Players Under 25

1 Matt Moore LHP
2 Jeremy Hellickson RHP
3 Desmond Jennings OF
4 Hak-Ju Lee SS
5 Mikie Mahtook OF
6 Brandon Martin SS
7 Alexander Colome RHP
8 Alexander Torres LHP
9 Taylor Guerrieri RHP
10 Alex Cobb RHP
11 Christopher Archer RHP
12 Johnny Eierman SS
13 Joshua Sale OF
14 Tim Beckham SS
15 Juniel Querecuto SS
16 Kyeong Kang OF
17 Tyler Goeddell 3B
18 Enny Romero LHP
19 Lucas Bailey C
20 Yoel Araujo OF
21 Justin O'Conner C
22 Granden Goetzman OF
23 Derek Dietrich SS
24 Jake Hager SS
25 Todd Glaesmann OF
26 Tyler Bortnick SS
27 Drew Vettleson OF
28 Blake Snell LHP
29 Riccio Torrez 3B
30 Ryan Brett 2B
31 Nick Barnese RHP
32 Jesse Hahn RHP
33 Kyle Lobstein LHP
34 James Harris OF
35 Grayson Garvin LHP
36 Ty Morrison OF
37 Parker Markel RHP
38 Jeff Ames RHP
39 Andrew Bellatti RHP
40 Cody Rogers OF
41 Joseph Cruz RHP
42 Oscar Hernandez C
43 Jake Jefferies C
44 Lenny Linsky RHP
45 Kes Carter OF
46 Jeff Malm 1B
47 Deshun Dixon OF
48 Ryan Carpenter LHP
49 Cameron Seitzer 1B
50 Erick Vasquez OF
51 Douglas Duran SS
52 Braulio Lara P
53 Marquis Fleming RHP
54 Wilking Rodriguez RHP
55 Felipe Rivero P
56 Matthew Spann LHP
57 Geisel De La Cruz P
58 Franklin Paz OF
59 Adderly Rosa 2B
60 Hector Guevara SS
61 Kevin James LHP
62 Jake DePew C
63 Albert Suarez RHP
64 John Alexander 1B
65 Kevin Kiermaier OF
66 Frank De Los Santos LHP
67 Zachary Quate P
68 Jason McEachern RHP
69 Matthew Sweeney 3B
70 Jose Felix C
71 Scott Shuman RHP
72 Andres Gonzalez P
73 Jake Floethe RHP
74 Ian Kendall RHP
75 Devin Fuller RHP
76 Jacob Faria RHP
77 Travis Flores 1B

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