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Detroit Tigers Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Nick Castellanos 3B AA 21.39 First Division Starter
2 Rick Porcello P 24.58
3 Danry Vasquez OF A 19.55 First Division Starter
4 Avisail Garcia OF A+ 22.12 First Division Starter
5 Drew Smyly P AAA 24.12 Set Up Man
6 Bruce Rondon P AAA 22.63 Closer
7 Casey Crosby P AAA 24.86 3rd Starter
8 Logan Ehlers P R 21.74 3rd Starter
9 Austin Schotts OF A+ 19.86 First Division Starter
10 Steven Moya OF A 21.88 First Division Starter
11 Daniel Fields OF AA 22.51 First Division Starter
12 Tyler Collins OF A+ 23.14 First Division Starter
13 Kyle Ryan P A 21.84 3rd Starter
14 Dixon Machado SS A+ 21.42 First Division Starter
15 Jake Thompson P R 19.48 2nd Starter
16 Harold Castro 2B R 19.65 First Division Starter
17 Jose Ovalles C FOR 19.98 First Division Starter
18 Matt Hoffman P AAA 24.69 Non-Prospect
19 Melvin Mercedes P A+ 22.73 First Division Starter
20 Aaron Westlake 1B A 24.58 Bench Player
21 Eugenio Suarez SS A 22.02 First Division Starter
22 Bryan Holaday C AAA 25.68767123 Bench Player
23 Jake Stewart OF 22.68 Bench Player
24 Gustavo Nunez SS AA 25.47 Bench Player
25 Jesus Ustariz 1B R 20.25 First Division Starter
26 Adam Wilk P AAA 25.63 3rd Starter
27 Sandy Baez P FOR 2nd Starter
28 Jose Ortega P AAA 24.79 Set Up Man
29 James McCann C AA 23.12 Bench Player
30 James Robbins 1B A+ 22.83 Bench Player
31 Ramon Cabrera C AAA 23.72 Second Division Starter
32 Patrick Cooper P AA 23.92 Middle Reliever
33 Harold Rosario P R 20.76 3rd Starter
34 Brandon Loy SS A 23.23 Bench Player
35 Arvicent Perez C FOR First Division Starter
36 David Gonzalez SS R 19.65
37 Johan Belisario P R 19.95 3rd Starter
38 Carlos Lara P FOR 3rd Starter
39 Hernan Perez 2B HiA 22.34 Second Division Starter
40 Drew Verhagen P A+ 22.76 5th Starter
41 Hudson Randall P R 22.84 Middle Reliever/Set Up Man
42 Will Clinard P A 23.73 Set Up Man
43 Felix Santana OF FOR 18.93 Bench Player
44 Davi Alvarado 2B FOR First Division Starter
45 Javier Betancourt 2B FOR First Division Starter
46 Ignacio Valdez OF FOR 18.03 Bench Player
47 Tyler Gibson OF R 20.11 Bench Player
48 Franklin Navarro C FOR First Division Starter
49 Victor Padron OF FOR First Division Starter

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