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Seattle Mariners Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Mike Zunino C AA 22.34 First Division Starter
2 Taijuan Walker P AA 20.95 2nd Starter
3 Jesus Montero C MLB 23.66 Bench Player
4 Dustin Ackley 2B MLB 25.42
5 Danny Hultzen P AAA 23.66 #1 Starter
6 Kyle Seager 3B MLB 25.73
7 Nick Franklin 2B AAA 22.40 First Division Starter
8 Carter Capps P AA 22.97 Middle Reliever
9 Brad Miller SS AA 23.77 First Division Starter
10 James Paxton P AA 24.72 4th Starter
11 Vincent Catricala 1B AAA 24.74 First Division Starter
12 Alex Liddi 3B AAA 24.95 Second Division Starter
13 Jack Marder C A+ 23.43 First Division Starter
14 Julio Morban OF A+ 21.45 First Division Starter
15 Martin Peguero 2B R 19.73 First Division Starter
16 Tyler Pike P R 19.50 #1 Starter
17 Edwin Diaz P R 19.35 Closer
18 Carlos Triunfel SS AAA 23.41 Potential Star
19 Brandon Maurer P AA 23.07 3rd Starter
20 Joe DeCarlo SS R 19.87 First Division Starter
21 Gabriel Guerrero OF R 19.62191781 Second Division Starter
22 Patrick Kivlehan 3B A- 23.59 Bench Player
23 Leury Vargas 1B 16.90
24 Forrest Snow P AAA 24.57 3rd Starter
25 Erasmo Ramirez P 23.24 3rd Starter
26 Brian Moran P AAA 24.82 Set Up Man
27 Phillips Castillo OF R 19.48 Bench Player
28 Timmy Lopes SS A+ 19.09 First Division Starter
29 Stefen Romero 2B AA 24.78 Second Division Starter
30 Jabari Blash OF A 24.06 Bench Player
31 Jochi Ogando P R 20.16 4th Starter
32 Hersin Martinez OF FOR 18.41 Bench Player
33 Steven Proscia 1B AA 23.08 First Division Starter
34 Dylan Unsworth P A- 20.84 3rd Starter
35 Logan Bawcom P AA 24.73 Closer
36 Mauricio Robles P AAA 24.39 Middle Reliever
37 Stephen Pryor P AA 24.01 Closer
38 John Hicks C A+ 23.90 First Division Starter
39 Chance Ruffin P AAA 24.88 Middle Reliever
40 Tyler Marlette C A- 20.50 Bench Player
41 Carlton Tanabe C A+ 21.75 First Division Starter
42 Leon Landry OF A+ 23.85 Second Division Starter
43 Johan Quevedo C FOR 19.72 First Division Starter
44 James Zamarripa OF A 19.85 First Division Starter
45 Alberto Velasquez 1B FOR First Division Starter
46 Gianfranco Wawoe SS 19.00 First Division Starter
47 Trevor Miller P A+ 22.12 2nd Starter
48 Seon Gi Kim P A 21.90 2nd Starter
49 Charles Kaalekahi P R 21.20
50 Yoervis Medina P AA 25.00 Middle Reliever
51 Rich Poythress 1B AA 25.96 First Division Starter
52 Trevor Coleman C A+ 25.52 First Division Starter
53 Blake Beavan P AAA 24.52 5th Starter
54 Anthony Fernandez P AA 23.13 3rd Starter
55 Jefferson Medina P FOR 5th Starter
56 Francisco Martinez 3B AA 22.90 First Division Starter
57 George Mieses P AA 22.23 3rd Starter
58 Isaiah Yates OF R 18.90 First Division Starter
59 Georvic Perez C FOR First Division Starter
60 Felipe Talos OF FOR First Division Starter
61 Angel Jimenez SS FOR First Division Starter
62 Erick Mejia 2B FOR First Division Starter
63 Jhonbaker Morales SS FOR First Division Starter

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