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Minnesota Twins Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Byron Buxton OF R 19.60 First Division Starter
2 Miguel Sano 3B A 20.21 Potential Star
3 Alex Meyer P A+ 23.56 3rd Starter
4 Oswaldo Arcia OF AA 22.22 First Division Starter
5 Kyle Gibson P AAA 25.76 Middle Reliever
6 Aaron Hicks OF AA 23.82 Second Division Starter
7 Jose Berrios P R 19.16 Middle Reliever
8 Trevor May P AA 23.84 2nd Starter
9 Eddie Rosario 2B A 21.83 First Division Starter
10 Max Kepler OF R 20.45 Second Division Starter
11 Vance Worley P 25.84
12 Travis Harrison 3B R 20.77 Bench Player
13 Liam Hendriks P AAA 24.46 3rd Starter
14 Daniel Santana SS A+ 22.72 First Division Starter
15 Chris Parmelee 1B AAA 25.42 Second Division Starter
16 Joe Benson OF AAA 25.39 Bench Player
17 Randy Rosario P R 19.19 #1 Starter
18 Adam Brett Walker OF R 21.77 Bench Player
19 B.J. Hermsen P AA 23.65 5th Starter
20 J.T. Chargois P R 22.65 Closer
21 Adrian Salcedo P A+ 22.26 Middle Reliever
22 Zack Jones P 22.64383562
23 Amaurys Minier 3B INTL 17.48
24 Levi Michael SS A+ 22.46 Second Division Starter
25 Jorge Polanco SS R 20.06 First Division Starter
26 D.J. Baxendale P A 22.63 Middle Reliever
27 Pedro Hernandez P AA 24.29 3rd Starter
28 Jorge Andrade 1B First Division Starter
29 Logan Darnell P AA 24.48 5th Starter
30 Junior Subero P R 21.37 3rd Starter
31 Niko Goodrum SS R 21.41 Bench Player
32 Hudson Boyd P 20.77 4th Starter
33 Chris Herrmann C AA 25.67 Bench Player
34 Luke Bard P R 22.70 Closer
35 Tyler Robertson P AAA 25.59 Closer
36 DJ Hicks 1B 23.32 Bench Player
37 Lester Oliveros P AAA 25.16 Closer
38 Madison Boer P A 23.71 5th Starter
39 Mike Tonkin P A 23.68 Closer
40 Rory Rhodes 1B A 22.00 Bench Player
41 Mason Melotakis P A 22.08 Set Up Man
42 Kennys Vargas 1B A 22.99 First Division Starter
43 Justin Gallant P A 24.50 Middle Reliever
44 Corey Williams P A 23.06 Middle Reliever
45 Manuel Soliman P A+ 23.96 Middle Reliever
46 Andre Martinez P R 20.09 Middle Reliever
47 Erik Komatsu OF AAA 25.82 First Division Starter
48 Bruce Pugh P AA 25.02 Middle Reliever
49 Eduardo Escobar SS AAA 24.56 Bench Player
50 A.J. Achter P A 24.92 Closer
51 Matt Summers P A 23.94 3rd Starter
52 David Bromberg P AAA 25.87 3rd Starter
53 Deolis Guerra P AAA 24.28 Middle Reliever
54 Josmil Pinto C AA 24.32 Bench Player
55 Alex Wimmers P AA 24.73 Non-Prospect
56 Adam Achter P A 24.92
57 Engelb Vielma SS FOR First Division Starter
58 Felix Jorge P R 19.56 2nd Starter
59 Jason Wheeler P A 22.75 3rd Starter
60 Rafael Valera 2B FOR First Division Starter


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