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Cleveland Indians Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Trevor Bauer P AA 22.52 #1 Starter
2 Francisco Lindor SS A 19.70 First Division Starter
3 Lonnie Chisenhall 3B AAA 24.81 First Division Starter
4 Dorssys Paulino SS A- 18.68 First Division Starter
5 Ronny Rodriguez SS A+ 21.27 Potential Star
6 Mitch Brown P R 19.28 2nd Starter
7 Tyler Naquin OF A- 22.26 Bench Player
8 Michael Aviles 2B MLB 23.76
9 Giovanny Urshela 3B A+ 21.79 Potential Star
10 Zach McAllister P AAA 25.64 3rd Starter
11 Tony Wolters SS A+ 21.13 Potential Star
12 Luigi Rodriguez OF A 20.70 Potential Star
13 D'Vone McClure OF R 19.51 Bench Player
14 Luis Lugo P R 19.39 #1 Starter
15 Kyle Smith P 20.87 2nd Starter
16 Jose Ramirez 2B A First Division Starter
16 Felix Sterling P A 20.36 2nd Starter
17 Jordan Smith 3B A 23.06 First Division Starter
18 Elvis Araujo P A 22.03 3rd Starter
19 Nelson Rodriguez C R 19.12 First Division Starter
20 Alex Monsalve C A+ 21.26 Second Division Starter
21 Kieran Lovegrove P R 18.99 Middle Reliever
22 Jesus Aguilar 1B AA 23.07 Bench Player
23 Dylan Baker P R 21.30 4th Starter
24 Dillon Howard P R 21.07 5th Starter
25 Anthony Santander OF R First Division Starter
26 Juan Santana P R First Division Starter
27 Giovanni Soto P AA 22.19 3rd Starter
28 T.J. McFarland P AAA 24.13 4th Starter
29 Preston Guilmet P AA 26.00 Middle Reliever
30 Jeanmar Gomez P AAA 25.46 4th Starter
31 Caleb Hamrick P R 19.83 Middle Reliever
32 Scott Barnes P AAA 25.89 Middle Reliever
33 Bryan Shaw P AAA 25.72 Set Up Man
34 Yonathan Mendoza SS FOR 19.45 First Division Starter
35 Juan Diaz SS AA 24.62 Bench Player
35 Francisco Mejia C
36 Will Roberts P A+ 22.94 5th Starter
37 Jason Knapp P 22.90
38 Thomas Neal OF AA 25.95 Bench Player
39 Nick Weglarz OF AA 25.61 Bench Player
40 Hector Rondon P AA 25.42 Middle Reliever
40 Cody Allen P AAA 24.68 Set Up Man
41 Luis DeJesus P A 21.61 3rd Starter
42 Rob Bryson P AA 25.63 Middle Reliever
43 Ivan Castillo SS FOR First Division Starter
44 Grofy Cruz SS
45 Luis Morel P A- 20.68 2nd Starter
46 Shawn Morimando P A 20.68 5th Starter
47 Leonardo Castillo 1B A 20.39 First Division Starter
48 T.J. House P AA 23.82 2nd Starter
49 Anthony Vizcaya P FOR 4th Starter
50 Juan Nivar P R 3rd Starter
51 LeVon Washington OF A+ 22.00 Bench Player
53 Trey Haley P AA 23.10 Closer
54 Michael Goodnight P A+ 24.13 4th Starter
55 Danny Salazar P AA 23.54 3rd Starter
56 Shawn Armstrong P AA 22.87 Closer


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