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Miami Marlins Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Giancarlo Stanton OF MLB 23.72 First Division Starter
2 Jose Fernandez P A 20.99 2nd Starter
3 Jacob Turner P AAA 22.18 3rd Starter
4 Christian Yelich OF A+ 21.64 First Division Starter
5 Justin Nicolino P A 21.68 3rd Starter
6 Logan Morrison OF MLB 25.92
7 Jake Marisnick OF AA 22.33 First Division Starter
8 Marcell Ozuna OF A+ 22.70 First Division Starter
9 Avery Romero SS A- 20.21 Bench Player
10 Brad Hand P AAA 23.35 #1 Starter
11 Andrew Heaney P A 22.14 2nd Starter
12 Henderson Alvarez P 23.27
13 Jacob Realmuto C A+ 22.36 Second Division Starter
14 Adam Conley P A+ 23.18 3rd Starter
15 Austin Brice P A 21.10 #1 Starter
16 Nathan Eovaldi P AA 23.45 3rd Starter
17 Adeiny Hechavarria SS AAA 24.28 Second Division Starter
18 Kolby Copeland OF A- 19.47 First Division Starter
19 Mason Hope P 21.08
20 Austin Dean OF R 19.78 First Division Starter
21 Rob Brantly C AAA 24.03561644 First Division Starter
22 Yeison Del Rosario OF R 19.44 #1 Starter
23 Zack Cox 3B AAA 24.22 Bench Player
24 Ron Miller 3B R 19.55 Bench Player
25 Derek Dietrich SS AA 24.02 Bench Player
26 Gorkys Hernandez OF AAA 25.89 Bench Player
27 Charlie Lowell P A 22.75 2nd Starter
28 Austin Barnes C A 23.58 First Division Starter
29 Noah Perio 2B A+ 21.70 First Division Starter
30 Christian Rivera SS R 19.45 First Division Starter
31 Jose Urena P A 21.87 First Division Starter
32 Chad James P A+ 22.51 5th Starter
33 Grant Dayton P AA 25.67 Set Up Man
34 Brian Flynn P AA 23.27 3rd Starter
35 Zach Neal P AA 24.71 4th Starter
36 Kyle Jensen OF AA 25.19 Bench Player
37 Donovan Solano 3B AAA 25.61 Bench Player
38 Jaime Ortiz 1B AA 25.04 First Division Starter
39 Joe O'Gara P AA 25.27 3rd Starter
40 Jesus Arias P FOR 2nd Starter
41 Alfredo Lopez 2B AAA 23.80 First Division Starter
42 Jose Alvarez P AA 24.22 Non-Prospect
43 Brent Keys OF A 23.04 Second Division Starter
44 Alex Sanabia P AAA 24.88 5th Starter
45 Scott McGough P A+ 23.74 Middle Reliever
46 Kyle Skipworth C AA 23.41 Bench Player
47 Jake Smolinski 3B AA 24.46 Second Division Starter
48 Edgar Olmos P AA 23.29 4th Starter
49 Wildert Pujols OF FOR First Division Starter
50 Rigoberto Santamaria P R 19.25 3rd Starter
51 Derlin Romero P FOR Middle Reliever
52 Erwin Almonte 1B FOR First Division Starter
53 Helpi Reyes P A- 21.00 3rd Starter
54 Josh Hodges P A 22.10 5th Starter


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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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