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Kansas City Royals Top Players - 25 and Under

1 Eric Hosmer 1B MLB 23.76
2 Mike Moustakas 3B MLB 24.71
3 Salvador Perez C AAA 23.21 First Division Starter
4 Adalberto Mondesi SS R 18.00 First Division Starter
5 Kyle Zimmer P A 21.98 2nd Starter
6 Yordano Ventura P AA 22.15 2nd Starter
7 Jason Adam P A+ 21.98 3rd Starter
8 Tim Collins P MLB 23.91
9 Jorge Bonifacio OF A 20.14 Potential Star
10 Cheslor Cuthbert 3B A+ 20.69 First Division Starter
11 Alexis Rivera OF R 19.11 First Division Starter
12 Bubba Starling OF R 20.98 Bench Player
13 Orlando Calixte SS A+ 21.48 First Division Starter
14 Sam Selman P R 22.70 3rd Starter
15 Christian Colon SS AAA 24.20 First Division Starter
16 Danny Duffy P 24.60
17 Kyle Smith P 20.87
18 Cameron Gallagher C R 20.64 First Division Starter
19 Alfredo Escalera OF 18.44 First Division Starter
20 Miguel Almonte P R 20.31 2nd Starter
21 Robinson Yambati P A+ 22.53 Set Up Man
22 Bryan Brickhouse P A 21.14 3rd Starter
23 Greg Billo P A+ 23.03287671 2nd Starter
24 J.C. Sulbaran P AA 23.71 #1 Starter
25 Elier Hernandez OF R 18.68 Bench Player
26 Pedro Fernandez P FOR 2nd Starter
27 Humberto Arteaga SS R 19.50 First Division Starter
28 Jack Lopez SS A 20.61 First Division Starter
29 Daniel Mateo 2B A 21.96 First Division Starter
30 Chad Johnson C R 19.15 First Division Starter
31 Angel Baez P A 22.45 3rd Starter
32 Austin Fairchild P R 19.34 Middle Reliever
33 John Lamb P R 23.13 2nd Starter
34 Chris Dwyer P AAA 25.30 5th Starter
35 Jakob Junis P 20.86 5th Starter
36 Wander Franco 3B FOR First Division Starter
37 Colin Rodgers P R 19.59 4th Starter
38 Nathan Adcock P AAA 25.42 4th Starter
39 Justin Marks P AAA 25.54 Middle Reliever
40 Elisaul Pimentel P AA 25.05 3rd Starter
41 Will Smith P AAA 24.05 3rd Starter
42 Edwin Carl P A+ 24.90 Middle Reliever
43 Noel Arguelles P AA 23.54 5th Starter
44 Alec Mills P R 21.65 3rd Starter
45 Kelvin Herrera P 23.57
46 Sandy Garces P FOR 3rd Starter
47 Kenny Diekroeger SS 22.72 Bench Player
48 Brooks Pounders P A+ 22.83 3rd Starter
49 Angelo Castellano SS FOR First Division Starter
50 Luis Lara C FOR First Division Starter
51 Ismael Batista SS FOR First Division Starter


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