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Tampa Bay Rays Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Matt Moore P MLB 24.11
2 Wil Myers OF AAA 22.63 First Division Starter
3 Hak-Ju Lee SS AA 22.73 First Division Starter
4 Jake Odorizzi P AAA 23.33 2nd Starter
5 Taylor Guerrieri P A- 20.65 2nd Starter
6 Chris Archer P AAA 24.83 #1 Starter
7 Alex Colome P AAA 24.57 #1 Starter
8 Jake Hager SS A 20.39 Potential Star
9 Richie Shaffer 3B A- 22.37 Bench Player
10 Enny Romero P A+ 22.50 4th Starter
11 Mikie Mahtook OF AA 23.65 Second Division Starter
12 Mike Montgomery P AAA 24.15 3rd Starter
13 Alex Cobb P AAA 25.81 3rd Starter
14 Alexander Torres P AAA 25.64 Middle Reliever
15 Drew Vettleson OF A 22.02 First Division Starter
16 Ty Morrison OF AA 23.01 First Division Starter
17 Johnny Eierman SS R 20.92 Bench Player
18 Tim Beckham SS AAA 23.50 First Division Starter
19 Felipe Rivero P A 22.06 3rd Starter
20 Todd Glaesmann OF A+ 22.76 Bench Player
21 Bralin Jackson OF R 19.65 Bench Player
22 Kyle Lobstein P AA 23.963rd Starter
23 Nolan Gannon P R 19.73 Closer
24 Oscar Hernandez C R 20.05 First Division Starter
25 Spencer Edwards SS R 20.30 Bench Player
26 Tyler Goeddell 3B A 20.76 First Division Starter
27 Jose Mujica P INTL 17.07
28 Parker Markel P A 22.86 3rd Starter
29 Hector Guevara 2B A+ 21.80 First Division Starter
30 Carlos Orasmo P R 3rd Starter
31 Yoel Araujo OF R 19.64 Bench Player
32 Patrick Leonard 3B R 20.76 Second Division Starter
33 Ryan Brett 2B A 21.80 Second Division Starter
34 Granden Goetzman OF R 20.70 First Division Starter
35 Juniel Querecuto SS A 20.85 First Division Starter
36 Damian Carroll P 19.48 Closer
37 Josh Sale OF A 22.06 First Division Starter
38 Jeff Ames P A- 22.48 3rd Starter
39 Grayson Garvin P A+ 23.75 3rd Starter
40 Jimmy Patterson P AAA 24.46 2nd Starter
41 Frank De Los Santos P AAA 25.69 Middle Reliever/Set Up Man
42 Brandon Martin SS R 19.92 Bench Player
43 Luke Maile C A- 22.47 Bench Player
44 Blake Snell P R 20.64 3rd Starter
45 Alejandro Segovia C A 23.25 Second Division Starter
46 Nick Barnese P AA 24.54 5th Starter
47 Merrill Kelly P AA 24.78 Middle Reliever
48 Jacob Faria P R 19.99 3rd Starter
49 Raul Mondesi OF R 20.92 Bench Player
50 Kes Carter OF A 23.40 Bench Player
51 Lucas Bailey C A+ 22.38 Bench Player
52 Lenny Linsky P A+ 23.40 Non-Prospect
53 Omar Narvaez C R 21.46 Bench Player
54 Jacob Partridge P A 22.60 3rd Starter
55 Bill Pujols 2B FOR First Division Starter
56 Cristian Toribio 2B FOR First Division Starter
57 Roni Maestre OF FOR First Division Starter
58 Jhonnathan Teran SS FOR First Division Starter

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  1. You have Mujica on list but not Jose Castillo? Both were big bonus babies and equally highly acclaimed

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