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Pittsburgh Pirates Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Jameson Taillon P AA 21.69 2nd Starter
2 Gerrit Cole P AAA 22.88 2nd Starter
3 Starling Marte OF AAA 24.80 First Division Starter
4 Luis Heredia P A- 18.96 4th Starter
5 Gregory Polanco OF A 21.87 Second Division Starter
6 Alen Hanson 2B A 20.76 First Division Starter
7 Josh Bell OF A 20.95 Bench Player
8 Willy Garcia OF A 20.89 Potential Star
9 Jose Osuna OF 20.62 Potential Star
10 Wyatt Mathisen C R 19.57 First Division Starter
11 Travis Snider OF AAA 25.48 First Division Starter
12 Tyler Glasnow P R 19.92 #1 Starter
13 Nick Kingham P A 21.72 2nd Starter
14 Jose Tabata OF AAA 24.96 First Division Starter
15 Kyle McPherson P AA 25.71 2nd Starter
16 Andy Oliver P AAA 25.65 4th Starter
17 Tony Sanchez C AAA 25.19 Bench Player
18 Tyler Gaffney OF A- 22.57 First Division Starter
19 Jeff Locke P AAA 25.68 3rd Starter
20 Jonathan Sandfort P R 18.91 Middle Reliever
21 Kevin Ross 3B R 19.85479452 Bench Player
22 Alex Dickerson 1B A+ 23.17 First Division Starter
23 Max Moroff SS 20.20 First Division Starter
24 Barrett Barnes OF A- 21.99 First Division Starter
25 Dilson Herrera 3B A- 19.40 First Division Starter
26 Hayden Hurst P 19.92
27 Brandon Cumpton P AA 24.69 5th Starter
28 Adrian Sampson P A- 21.80 3rd Starter
29 Carlos Munoz DH FOR 19.07 First Division Starter
30 Dovydas Neverauskas P A- 20.53 4th Starter
31 Robby Rowland P A 21.61 5th Starter
32 Casey Sadler P A+ 23.04 3rd Starter
33 Clayton Holmes P 20.33 5th Starter
34 Zachary Fuesser P A 23.02 3rd Starter
35 Brock Holt 2B AA 25.13 Second Division Starter
36 Justin Wilson P AAA 25.94 4th Starter
37 Victor Black P AA 25.18 Middle Reliever
38 Jin-De Jhang C First Division Starter
39 Maximo Rivera 3B FOR 20.59 First Division Starter
40 Andrew Lambo OF AA 24.96 Bench Player
41 Jose Ortiz C First Division Starter
42 Gift Ngoepe 2B A+ 23.52 Bench Player
43 Hunter Strickland P AA 24.84 5th Starter
44 Hunter Strickland P AA
45 Pablo Reyes SS FOR First Division Starter
46 Raul Fortunato OF A- 22.89 First Division Starter
47 Elvis Escobar OF R First Division Starter
48 Jose Salazar SS
49 Tito Polo OF FOR First Division Starter
50 Zack Von Rosenberg P A 22.84 3rd Starter

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