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Baltimore Orioles Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Dylan Bundy P AA 20.69 2nd Starter
2 Manny Machado SS AA 21.05 Potential Star
3 Kevin Gausman P A+ 22.55 2nd Starter
4 Chris Tillman P AAA 25.28 3rd Starter
5 Jonathan Schoop 2B AA 21.78 Potential Star
6 Nick Delmonico 3B A 21.04 First Division Starter
7 Zach Britton P AAA 25.60 2nd Starter
8 Eduardo Rodriguez P A 20.30 3rd Starter
9 Xavier Avery OF AAA 23.57 First Division Starter
10 L.J. Hoes 2B AAA 23.39 First Division Starter
11 Adrian Marin SS A 19.38 First Division Starter
12 Christian Walker 1B A- 22.33 Bench Player
13 Bobby Bundy P AA 23.53 3rd Starter
14 Zach Davies P A 20.46 3rd Starter
15 Steve Johnson P AAA 25.91 3rd Starter
16 Michael Belfiore P AA 24.81 Closer
17 Glynn Davis OF A+ 21.64 Second Division Starter
18 Trayvon Robinson OF AAA 25.90 Bench Player
19 Mike Wright P AA 23.56 4th Starter
20 Branden Kline P A- 21.82 2nd Starter
21 Miguel Chalas P A 21.07945205 4th Starter
22 Jaime Esquivel P A+ 21.17 Middle Reliever
23 Sebastian Vader P A- 21.15 3rd Starter
24 Matt Price P 23.88
25 Parker Bridwell P A 21.98 5th Starter
26 Yamaico Navarro SS AAA 25.74 Second Division Starter
27 Daniel Klein P 25.00
28 Stuart Pomeranz P AA 25.69 Closer
29 John Ruettiger OF AA 23.85 First Division Starter
30 Connor Narron 3B A 21.70 Bench Player
31 Aaron Baker 1B AA 25.88 Bench Player
32 Tyler Kelly 3B AAA 25.02 Second Division Starter
33 Junior Taveras C FOR 20.58 First Division Starter
34 Wynston Sawyer C A 21.70 Second Division Starter
35 Jhondaniel Medina P A- 20.46 3rd Starter
36 Roderick Bernadina OF A+ 20.96 First Division Starter
37 Luc Rennie P R 19.41 Set Up Man
38 Devin Jones P A+ 23.06 3rd Starter
39 Michael Ohlman C A 22.62 First Division Starter
40 Kevin Grendell P R 19.93 Closer
41 Brenden Webb OF A+ 23.42 Bench Player
42 Janser Severino P A- 21.86 Closer
43 Clay Schrader P AA 23.25 Middle Reliever
44 Sean McAdams P R 19.69 Closer
45 Miguel Gonzalez OF AA 22.65 First Division Starter
46 Zach Petersime P AAA 24.52 3rd Starter
47 Jason Esposito 3B A 23.02 Bench Player
48 Creede Simpson 2B A- 23.88 Bench Player
49 Hector Veloz 3B A- 19.48 Bench Player
50 Tim Berry P AA 22.36 Middle Reliever
51 Dioni Dominguez OF R 22.77 Middle Reliever
52 Cristian Alvarado P FOR 3rd Starter
53 Rafael Moreno P FOR 3rd Starter
54 Yariel Vargas OF FOR First Division Starter


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