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San Diego Padres Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Max Fried P R 19.52 Set Up Man
2 Austin Hedges C A 20.94 First Division Starter
3 Casey Kelly P AAA 23.81 2nd Starter
4 Rymer Liriano OF AA 22.10 Second Division Starter
5 Adys Portillo P AA 21.60 #1 Starter
6 Jedd Gyorko 3B AAA 24.84 First Division Starter
7 Yasmani Grandal C AAA 24.72 First Division Starter
8 Walker Weickel P R 19.70 Middle Reliever
9 Joe Ross P A 20.18 2nd Starter
10 Edinson Rincon 3B AA 22.96 Potential Star
11 Keyvius Sampson P AA 22.55 #1 Starter
12 Jonathan Galvez 2B AA 22.52 First Division Starter
13 Jace Peterson SS A 23.22 Second Division Starter
14 Matthew Wisler P A 20.87 2nd Starter
15 Zach Eflin P R 19.30 Middle Reliever
16 Michael Kelly P A 20.88 Middle Reliever
17 Reymond Fuentes OF AA 22.45 First Division Starter
18 Robbie Erlin P AA 22.80 2nd Starter
19 Franmil Reyes OF FOR 18.06 First Division Starter
20 Jaff Decker OF AA 23.42 First Division Starter
21 Rob Kral C AAA 24.33150685 First Division Starter
22 Joe Wieland P AAA 23.51 2nd Starter
23 Fernando Perez 3B R 19.87 Bench Player
24 Cory Spangenberg 2B A+ 22.36 Second Division Starter
25 Adam Ford SS R 19.47 First Division Starter
26 Dane Phillips C A- 22.61 Bench Player
27 Brian Adams OF A- 22.41 Bench Player
28 Chris Wilkes P AA 23.83 2nd Starter
29 Burch Smith P A+ 23.29 3rd Starter
30 Luis Domoromo OF A+ 21.47 First Division Starter
31 Travis Jankowski OF A 22.12 Bench Player
32 Alexi Amarista 2B AAA 24.31 First Division Starter
33 John Barbato P A 21.04 Set Up Man
34 Jose Paulino P 2nd Starter
35 Rodney Daal C A- 20.34 First Division Starter
36 Brad Boxberger P AAA 25.17 Middle Reliever
37 Jorge Reyes P AAA 25.64 5th Starter
38 Donavan Tate OF A+ 22.83 Bench Player
39 Jesus Guzman P R
40 Kyle Gaedele OF A 23.73 Bench Player
41 Anthony Bass P AAA 25.74 Middle Reliever
42 Ruben Mejia P AA 21.42 Middle Reliever
43 Donn Roach P AA 23.62 4th Starter
44 Everett Williams OF A+ 22.82 Bench Player
45 Travis Whitmore 2B A 25.06 Bench Player
46 Duanel Jones 3B A 20.21 First Division Starter
47 Mallex Smith OF A- 20.22 First Division Starter
48 Jeremy Rodriguez C AA 23.91 First Division Starter
49 Matt Andriese P A+ 23.91 3rd Starter
50 Kevin Quackenbush P A+ 24.66 Middle Reliever
51 Jeudy Valdez 2B AA 24.23 Bench Player
52 Miles Mikolas P AA 24.93 Middle Reliever
53 Justin Miller OF 24.62 Bench Player
54 Juan Oramas P AA 23.21 3rd Starter
55 Jose De Paula P 23.40 3rd Starter
56 Henry Charles OF R 19.56 First Division Starter
57 Edwin Moreno OF A- 19.75 First Division Starter
58 Christian Munoz C R 19.04 First Division Starter
59 Jeremy Baltz OF A- 22.86 Bench Player
60 Dan Bravo 2B FOR First Division Starter
61 Franchy Cordero SS FOR First Division Starter

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