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Oakland A's Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Brett Anderson P AAA 25.48 3rd Starter
2 Jarrod Parker P AAA 24.58 2nd Starter
3 A.J. Cole P A+ 21.56 3rd Starter
4 Sonny Gray P AAA 23.72 4th Starter
5 Addison Russell SS A 19.50 First Division Starter
6 Dan Straily P AAA 24.65 2nd Starter
7 Miles Head 1B AA 22.24 Potential Star
8 Derek Norris C AAA 24.45 First Division Starter
9 A.J. Griffin P AA 25.50 3rd Starter
10 Michael Choice OF AA 23.71 Second Division Starter
11 Brad Peacock P AAA 25.48 3rd Starter
12 Max Stassi C A+ 22.37 Second Division Starter
13 Grant Green OF AAA 25.83 First Division Starter
14 Tyler Vail P A- 21.73 2nd Starter
15 Matt Olson 1B A- 19.33 First Division Starter
16 Daniel Robertson SS A- 19.35
17 Renato Nunez 3B R 19.31 First Division Starter
18 Luis Barrera OF INTL 17.69
19 Argenis Raga C FOR 19.01 First Division Starter
20 Nolan Sanburn P A- 22.02 Middle Reliever
21 Chris Bostick 2B A- 20.34 First Division Starter
22 Vicmal De La Cruz OF R 20.68 Bench Player
23 BJ Boyd OF 20.03 First Division Starter
24 Gregory Paulino P R 20.47 3rd Starter
25 Chad Lewis 1B A 21.63 Bench Player
26 Yairo Munoz SS R 18.50 First Division Starter
29 Michael Ynoa P 21.84 Middle Reliever
30 Tanner Peters P A 22.97 Closer
31 Shane Peterson 1B AAA 25.46 Second Division Starter
32 Ian Krol P AA 22.22 Middle Reliever
31 B.A. Vollmuth 3B A+ 23.59 Bench Player
32 Max Muncy 1B A 22.92 Second Division Starter
33 Royce Consigli OF A 21.88 First Division Starter
34 Raul Alcantara P A 20.64 4th Starter
35 Tyler Ladendorf 2B AA 25.39 Bench Player
36 Aaron Shipman OF A 21.50 Bench Player
27 Hershcel Powell OF First Division Starter
28 Gabriel Santana SS R 20.92 First Division Starter
39 Deivi Jimenez P A+ 2nd Starter
40 Arnold Leon P AAA 24.89 Closer
41 Victor Veliz P R 19.80 3rd Starter
42 Sandber Pimentel OF FOR First Division Starter
43 Ronald Herrera P FOR 3rd Starter
44 Carlos Navas P R 20.95 4th Starter
45 Dakota BacusÊ P 22.32 Set Up Man
46 Nate Kilcrease P A 23.94 Set Up Man
47 Blake Treinen P A+ 25.07 4th Starter

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