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Boston Red Sox Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Xander Bogaerts SS AA 20.82 Potential Star
2 Will Middlebrooks 3B AAA 24.88 First Division Starter
3 Jackie Bradley OF AA 23.27 Second Division Starter
4 Matt Barnes P A+ 23.11 3rd Starter
5 Allen Webster P AA 23.46 2nd Starter
6 Garin Cecchini 3B A 22.27 First Division Starter
7 Henry Owens P A 21.01 #1 Starter
8 Sean Coyle 2B A+ 21.52 Potential Star
9 Rubby De La Rosa P AA 24.40 2nd Starter
10 Blake Swihart C A 21.31 Second Division Starter
11 Deven Marrero SS A- 22.92 Bench Player
12 Manuel Margot OF FOR 18.66 First Division Starter
13 Ryan Lavarnway C AAA 25.97 Second Division Starter
14 Bryce Brentz OF AAA 24.57 Bench Player
15 Keury De La Cruz OF A+ 21.66 First Division Starter
16 Austin Maddox P R 22.21 Middle Reliever
17 Brandon Workman P AA 24.95 3rd Starter
18 Ty Buttrey P R 20.32 Middle Reliever
19 Oscar Tejeda 2B AA 23.58 First Division Starter
20 Tzu-Wei Lin SS First Division Starter
21 Henry Ramos OF A 21.28 First Division Starter
22 Jamie Callahan P R 18.92054795 Middle Reliever
23 Jose Iglesias SS AAA 23.56 First Division Starter
24 Wendell Rijo SS INTL 17.89
25 Chris Hernandez P AAA 24.62 3rd Starter
26 Jason Garcia P A 20.68 3rd Starter
27 Michael Almanzar 3B A+ 22.65 First Division Starter
28 Pete Hissey OF AA 23.52 First Division Starter
29 Travis Shaw 3B AA 23.28 First Division Starter
30 Chris Balcom-Miller P AA 24.40 4th Starter
31 Cody Kukuk P R 20.29 Set Up Man
32 Felix Doubront P 25.76
33 Pat Light P A- 22.33 Set Up Man
34 Mookie Betts 2B A- First Division Starter
35 Jerry Sands 1B AAA 25.83 First Division Starter
36 Alixon Suarez C 19.00 First Division Starter
37 Miguel Pena P A 22.76 2nd Starter
38 Kendrick Perkins OF A- 21.87 Bench Player
39 Stolmy Pimentel P AA 23.48 3rd Starter
40 Jesus Loya OF R 21.11 First Division Starter
41 Brian Johnson P A- 22.64 Middle Reliever
42 Jose Vinicio SS A 20.04 First Division Starter
43 Noe Ramirez P A 23.59 3rd Starter
44 Drake Britton P AA 24.18 4th Starter
45 Jose Garcia SS First Division Starter
46 Ryan Kalish OF AAA 25.33 Bench Player
47 Alex Hassan OF AAA 25.32 Bench Player
48 Williams Jerez OF A- 21.19 Bench Player
49 Jeremy Hazelbaker OF AAA 25.95 Bench Player
50 Brock Huntzinger P AAA 25.07 Set Up Man
51 William Cuevas P A- 22.78 3rd Starter
52 Tyler Wilson P A 23.59 3rd Starter
53 Cesar Cabral P 24.45
54 Deiner Lopez 2B R 19.16 First Division Starter
55 Jose Espitia P R 19.86 2nd Starter
56 Brandon Jacobs OF A+ 22.63 Bench Player
57 Christian Vazquez C AA 22.93 Second Division Starter
58 Heiker Meneses 3B AA 22.07 Bench Player
59 Raymel Flores SS FOR First Division Starter

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