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Philadelphia Phillies Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Tommy Joseph C AA 22.03 Potential Star
2 Ben Revere OF AAA 25.23 First Division Starter
3 Domonic Brown OF AAA 25.90 Bench Player
4 Maikel Franco 3B A 20.92 Potential Star
5 Jesse Biddle P A+ 21.76 2nd Starter
6 Larry Greene OF A- 20.45 Bench Player
7 Julio Rodriguez P AA 22.91 #1 Starter
8 Andrew Pullin OF R 19.83 First Division Starter
9 Cody Asche 3B AA 23.07 Second Division Starter
10 Shane Watson P R 19.95 Middle Reliever
11 Mitchell Gueller P R 19.71 3rd Starter
12 Zach Green SS 19.39 Bench Player
13 Freddy Galvis SS MLB 23.70
14 Steven Golden OF R 18.87 Bench Player
15 Carlos Tocci OF R 17.97 First Division Starter
16 Adam Morgan P AA 23.41 3rd Starter
17 Enger Jimenez OF FOR First Division Starter
18 Deivy Grullon C INTL 17.44
19 J.C. Ramirez P AAA 24.95 Middle Reliever
20 Zach Collier OF A+ 22.88 Second Division Starter
21 Phillippe Aumont P AAA 24.55068493 Closer
22 Kyle Simon P AA 22.94 Middle Reliever
23 Franklyn Vargas P #1 Starter
24 Dylan Cozens OF 19.15 First Division Starter
25 Ethan Martin P AA 24.14 4th Starter
26 Jose Pujols OF R 17.82 3rd Starter
27 Tyson Gillies OF AA 24.74 Bench Player
28 Seth Rosin P A+ 24.73 Middle Reliever
29 Aaron Altherr OF A 22.53 Bench Player
30 Cameron Perkins 3B A- 22.83 Bench Player
31 Josh Warner P A 20.79 3rd Starter
32 Kevin Brady P A- 22.88 Middle Reliever
33 Jair Morelos SS FOR 19.48 First Division Starter
34 Willians Astudillo 3B R 21.78 First Division Starter
35 Alejandro Villalobos 2B A 21.93 First Division Starter
36 Gauntlett Eldemire OF A 24.41 Bench Player
37 Jiwan James OF AA 24.29 Bench Player
38 Roman Quinn SS A- 20.20 First Division Starter
39 Tyler Knigge P AA 24.75 Closer
40 D'Arby Myers OF AA 24.63 First Division Starter
41 Justin De Fratus P AAA 25.77 Middle Reliever
42 Mitchell Walding SS A- 20.87 Bench Player
43 Tyler Greene SS A 20.65 Bench Player
44 Ethan Stewart P A 22.52 4th Starter
45 Hoby Milner P A 22.53 Set Up Man
46 Sebastian Valle C AAA 23.01 First Division Starter
47 Lino Martinez P A 21.86 4th Starter
48 Matthew Holland 1B 25.93
49 Severino Gonzalez P R 20.82 3rd Starter
50 Douglas Parada P R 3rd Starter
51 Chace Numata C A+ 20.95 First Division Starter
52 Gabriel Arias P A+ 23.64 2nd Starter
53 Kenneth Giles P A+ 22.85 Middle Reliever
54 Erick Cedeno P FOR Closer
55 Garett Claypool P A+ 24.93 Middle Reliever
56 Cesar Hernandez 2B AA 23.18 Bench Player
57 Jonathan Pettibone P AAA 23.02 3rd Starter
58 Lucas Rojo 2B FOR First Division Starter
59 Perci Garner P A+ 24.62 5th Starter
60 Francisco Herrera 3B FOR 19.86 Second Division Starter
61 Edgar Duran SS A+ 22.46 Second Division Starter
62 Colin Kleven P A 22.28 3rd Starter
63 Olvy Marte OF FOR First Division Starter
64 William Cuicas SS FOR First Division Starter


  1. You missed one.....Chad Carman.

  2. 23 in rookie ball does not project well. He's not a top prospect but could be a solid org guy. We'll see how 2013 plays out for him.


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