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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Top Players- 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE '13   Role
1 Mike Trout OF MLB 21.97
2 Kaleb Cowart 3B A+ 21.15 First Division Starter
3 Randal Grichuk OF A+ 21.95 Potential Star
4 C.J. Cron 1B A+ 23.56 First Division Starter
5 Hank Conger C AAA 25.49 Second Division Starter
6 Taylor Lindsey 2B A+ 21.65 Potential Star
7 Nick Maronde P A+ 23.89 Closer
8 Garrett Richards P AAA 25.17 4th Starter
9 Cam Bedrosian P A 21.82 5th Starter
10 Eduar Lopez P FOR 18.42 #1 Starter
11 Jose Rondon 3B R 19.40 First Division Starter
12 Luis Jimenez 1B AAA 25.52 First Division Starter
13 Alex Yarbrough 2B AA 21.98 First Division Starter
14 Eswarlin Jimenez P A+ 21.66 3rd Starter
15 Kole Calhoun OF AAA 25.79 First Division Starter
16 A.J. Schugel P AA 24.08 3rd Starter
17 Eric Stamets SS A 21.84 First Division Starter
18 Manny Correa P A+ 24.56 4th Starter
19 Kody Eaves 2B R 20.05 First Division Starter
20 Austin Wood P A 23.04 4th Starter
21 RJ Alvarez P A 22.13 Set Up Man
22 Orangel Arenas P AA 24.32 5th Starter
23 Ivan Melo P R 19.01 3rd Starter
24 Steven Geltz P AAA 25.74 Closer
25 Reid Scoggins P A 23.02 Closer
25 Michael Clevinger P A 22.60 3rd Starter
26 Michael Roth P R 23.44 Middle Reliever
27 Ryan Brasier P AAA 25.92 Middle Reliever
28 Eddie McKiernan P AAA 24.35 3rd Starter
29 Buddy Boshers P AA 25.22 Closer
30 Angel Guerra P R 20.48 4th Starter
31 Ryan Crowley P A+ 22.70 3rd Starter
32 Francisco Santana P R 3rd Starter
33 Lay Batista P A+ 23.98 4th Starter
34 Joseph Krehbiel 3B R 20.60 Set Up Man
35 Fabio Martinez Mesa P A+ 23.74 Middle Reliever
36 Daniel Reynolds P A+ 22.24 3rd Starter
37 Travis Witherspoon OF AA 24.28 Bench Player
38 Daniel Tillman P AA 24.37 Middle Reliever
39 Casey Haerther 1B AA 25.81 Bench Player
40 Frazier Hall 1B A 25.15 Bench Player
41 Carlos Ramirez C AA 25.36 Bench Player
42 Ryan Bolden OF R 21.86 Bench Player
43 Chevy Clarke OF A 21.55 Bench Player
44 Eduardo Paredes P FOR 18.39 Middle Reliever

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