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Top 100 Major Leaguers 25 and Under

Name POS
1 Justin Upton OF
2 Clayton Kershaw P
3 Stephen Strasburg P
4 Eric Hosmer 1B
5 Mike Stanton OF
6 Michael Pineda P
7 Andrew McCutchen OF
8 Mike Moustakas 3B
9 Brett Lawrie 3B
10 Pablo Sandoval 1B
11 Jeremy Hellickson P
12 Buster Posey C
13 Mat Latos P
14 Dustin Ackley 2B
15 Desmond Jennings OF
16 Jay Bruce OF
17 Rick Porcello P
18 Freddie Freeman 1B
19 Jason Heyward OF
20 Lonnie Chisenhall 3B
21 Madison Bumgarner P
22 Brandon Belt 1B
23 Wilson Ramos C
24 Trevor Cahill P
25 Elvis Andrus SS
26 Jason Kipnis 2B
27 Tommy Hanson P
28 Neftali Feliz P
29 Aroldis Chapman P
30 Brett Anderson P
31 Craig Kimbrel P
32 Drew Storen P
33 Starlin Castro SS
34 Alex Avila C
35 Travis Snider OF
36 Austin Jackson OF
37 Brandon Beachy P
38 Andrew Bailey P
39 Ryan Perry P
40 Gordon Beckham 3B
41 Justin Smoak 1B
42 Chris Sale P
43 Jordan Walden P
44 Mike Minor P
45 Daniel Hudson P
46 Jordan Lyles P
47 Colby Rasmus OF
48 Ben Revere OF
49 Aaron Crow P
50 Domonic Brown OF
51 Chris Tillman P
52 Jemile Weeks 2B
53 Jose Tabata OF
54 Dayan Viciedo 3B
55 Mike Leake P
56 Logan Morrison OF
57 Pedro Alvarez 3B
58 Kyle Drabek P
59 Rubby De La Rosa P
60 Cameron Maybin OF
61 Tyler Chatwood P
62 Ivan Nova P
63 Anthony Rizzo 1B
64 Jonathon Niese P
65 Paul Goldschmidt 1B
66 Alcides Escobar SS
67 Peter Bourjos OF
68 Ike Davis 1B
69 Alex White P
70 Danny Espinosa SS
71 Brian Matusz P
72 Dee Gordon SS
73 J.D. Martinez OF
74 Eric Thames OF
75 Brett Wallace 1B
76 Derek Holland P
77 Hank Conger C
78 Michael Brantley OF
79 Josh Reddick OF
80 Henderson Alvarez P
81 Brandon Crawford SS
82 Kyle Blanks OF
83 Vance Worley P
84 Alex Sanabia P
85 Zach Braddock P
86 Kenley Jansen P
87 Danny Duffy P
88 Michael Saunders OF
89 Juan Francisco 3B
90 Alex Cobb P
91 Gerardo Parra OF
92 Eduardo Nunez SS
93 Jhoulys Chacin P
94 Jeanmar Gomez P
95 Fernando Martinez OF
96 Andrew Cashner P
97 Jose Altuve 2B
98 Chase D'Arnaud SS
99 Sean O'Sullivan P
100 Trayvon Robinson OF

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