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Texas Rangers Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Elvis Andrus SS MLB 24.92
2 Jurickson Profar SS AA 20.43 Potential Star
3 Neftali Feliz P AAA 25.24 Closer
4 Martin Perez P AAA 22.31 5th Starter
5 Mike Olt 3B AA 24.92 First Division Starter
6 Luis Sardinas SS A 20.19 First Division Starter
7 Ronald Guzman OF R 18.76 First Division Starter
8 Leury Garcia SS AA 22.36 First Division Starter
9 Jairo Beras OF INTL 17.58
10 Rougned Odor 2B A 19.47 Potential Star
11 Joey Gallo 1B A- 19.68 First Division Starter
12 Lewis Brinson OF R 19.22 First Division Starter
13 Nick Williams OF R 19.88
14 Nomar Mazara OF R 18.25 First Division Starter
15 Leonys Martin OF AAA 25.39 Second Division Starter
16 Neil Ramirez P AAA 24.17 3rd Starter
17 Justin Grimm P AA 24.95 3rd Starter
18 Cody Buckel P AA 21.10 2nd Starter
19 Odubel Herrera 2B A+ 21.58 First Division Starter
20 David Perez P A- 20.60 #1 Starter
21 Jorge Alfaro C A 20.12 First Division Starter
22 Wilmer Font P AA 23.18 Closer
23 Luke Jackson P A+ 21.92 #1 Starter
24 Richard Alvarez P A 20.95 #1 Starter
25 Teodoro Martinez OF A+ 21.36 First Division Starter
26 Drew Robinson 3B A 21.27 First Division Starter
27 Hanser Alberto SS A+ 20.77 First Division Starter
28 Chad Bell P AAA 24.41 Set Up Man
29 Robert Ross P 24.09
30 Collin Wiles P R 19.16 Non-Prospect
31 Kellin Deglan C A 21.23 Bench Player
32 Zach Cone OF A 23.62 Bench Player
33 Kevin Matthews P A 20.65 3rd Starter
34 Sam Stafford P 23.25
35 Engel Beltre OF AA 23.73 Second Division Starter
36 Randol Rojas P A+ 22.83 #1 Starter
37 Lisalberto Bonilla P AA 23.14 Closer
38 Carlos Pimentel P AA 23.65 Set Up Man
39 Charles Moorman C R 19.54 Bench Player
40 Chris McGuiness 1B AA 25.29 Bench Player
41 Aliangel Lopez P R 2nd Starter
42 Wilfredo Boscan P AA 23.75 2nd Starter
43 Alec Asher P A- 21.81 Closer
44 Cory Burns P AAA 25.80 Middle Reliever
45 Roman Mendez P AA 23.01 2nd Starter
46 Angelo Leclerc P R 3rd Starter
47 Joseph Ortiz P AAA 22.95 Middle Reliever
48 Edwin Garcia 2B A+ 22.41 First Division Starter
49 Pat Cantwell C A- 23.30 Bench Player
50 Desmond Henry OF R 20.05 Bench Player
51 Kyle Castro P 19.94
52 Jake Brigham P AA 25.46 3rd Starter
53 Luis Mendez H R First Division Starter
54 Miguel De Los Santos P AA 25.05 Middle Reliever
55 Christopher Hanna P A 21.39 3rd Starter
56 Andrew Faulkner P A 20.87 3rd Starter
57 Joe Van Meter P AA 24.77 3rd Starter
58 Jan Luis Castro 2B 19.56 First Division Starter
59 Alberto Triunfel 2B R 19.48 First Division Starter
60 Carlos Garay C FOR First Division Starter
61 Rodrigo Ayarza 2B FOR First Division Starter
62 Eduard Pinto OF FOR First Division Starter
63 Oliver Caraballo C FOR First Division Starter
64 Jordan Akins OF A 21.27 Bench Player

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