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New York Mets Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Matt Harvey P AAA 24.33 #1 Starter
2 Zack Wheeler P AAA 23.16 2nd Starter
3 Wilmer Flores 3B AA 21.97 First Division Starter
4 Brandon Nimmo OF A- 20.33 Second Division Starter
5 Gavin Cecchini SS A- 19.59 Bench Player
6 Cesar Puello OF A+ 22.32 First Division Starter
7 Michael Fulmer P A 20.36 2nd Starter
8 Jenrry Mejia P AAA 23.79 2nd Starter
9 Jeurys Familia P AAA 23.79 3rd Starter
10 Kirk Nieuwenhuis OF AAA 25.97 Bench Player
11 Juan Urbina P A- 20.15 Closer
12 Domingo Tapia P A 21.61 2nd Starter
13 Ruben Tejada SS AAA 23.75 Bench Player
14 Jefry Marte 3B AA 22.10 First Division Starter
15 Tomas Nido C R 19.29 First Division Starter
16 Gabriel Ynoa P A- 20.17 3rd Starter
17 Wilfredo Tovar SS AA 21.96 First Division Starter
18 Akeel Morris P R 20.70 4th Starter
19 Elvin Ramirez P AAA 25.80 Closer
20 Cory Vaughn OF A+ 24.24 Bench Player
21 Aderlin Rodriguez 3B A+ 21.68767123 Second Division Starter
22 Phillip Evans SS A- 20.87 Second Division Starter
23 Rafael Montero P A+ 22.78 3rd Starter
24 Randy Fontanez P A 24.19 2nd Starter
25 Christian Montgomery P R 20.68 3rd Starter
26 Kevin Plawecki C A- 22.41 Bench Player
27 Cory Mazzoni P AA 23.77 3rd Starter
28 Robert Carson P AA 24.51 Middle Reliever
29 Matt Den Dekker OF AAA 25.96 Bench Player
30 Vicente Lupo OF FOR 19.66 Second Division Starter
31 Jordany Valdespin 2B AAA 25.59 First Division Starter
32 Corey Oswalt P R 19.89 5th Starter
33 Kevin Canelon P R 19.52 3rd Starter
34 Darrell Ceciliani OF A+ 23.10 First Division Starter
35 Shane Bay P R 21.41 Closer
36 Gilbert Gomez OF A+ 21.38 Second Division Starter
37 Alonzo Harris 2B A+ 23.69 Bench Player
38 Darin Gorski P AA 25.81 3rd Starter
39 Gonzalez Germen P AAA 25.84 5th Starter
40 Robbie Shields SS A+ 25.64 Bench Player
41 Greg Peavey P AA 25.04 Non-Prospect
42 Armando Rodriguez P AAA 25.50 Middle Reliever
43 John Gant P A 20.97 2nd Starter
44 Adrian Rosario P AA 23.82 Closer
45 Andrew Massie P R 19.49 5th Starter
46 Jack Leathersich P A 23.04 Middle Reliever
47 Euner Rodriguez P R 19.45 Middle Reliever
48 Juan Lagares SS AA 24.36 Bench Player
49 Alex Panteliodis P A 23.05 3rd Starter
50 Francisco Pena C AA 23.79 Bench Player
51 Wimbert Martinez P R 19.60 3rd Starter
52 Tyler Vanderheiden P A- 23.08 Middle Reliever
53 Ramon Estevez P R 22.75 Middle Reliever
54 Matthew Budgell P R 20.82 Middle Reliever
55 Hansel Robles P A- 22.95 3rd Starter
56 Luis Carreno P R 17.95 Middle Reliever
57 Dionis Rodriguez P First Division Starter


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