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Toronto Blue Jays Top Players - 25 and Under

Team Rank Name POS Level AGE 7-21-13 Role
1 Brett Lawrie 3B A+ 23.52 Bench Player
2 Anthony Gose OF AAA 22.96 First Division Starter
3 Travis D'Arnaud C AAA 24.46 First Division Starter
4 Noah Syndergaard P A 20.91 2nd Starter
5 Kyle Drabek P 25.64
6 Roberto Osuna P A- 18.46 #1 Starter
7 Aaron Sanchez P A 21.07 #1 Starter
8 Marcus Stroman P AA 22.22 Set Up Man
9 Sean Nolin P AA 23.58 #1 Starter
10 Drew Hutchison P AA 22.93 3rd Starter
11 Daniel Norris P A- 20.25 3rd Starter
12 Moises Sierra OF AAA 24.84 First Division Starter
13 Matt Smoral P 19.36
14 Anthony Alford OF R 19.02 First Division Starter
15 Matthew Dean 3B 20.59 Bench Player
16 D.J. Davis OF A- 19.00 Bench Player
17 Wilmer Becerra OF 18.81 First Division Starter
18 Chad Jenkins P AA 25.60 5th Starter
19 Tyler Gonzales P R 20.51 Middle Reliever
20 Franklin Barreto SS INTL 17.41
21 Mitch Nay 3B 19.85
22 Jairo Labourt P R 19.39 #1 Starter
23 Dawel Lugo SS R 18.62 First Division Starter
24 Alberto Tirado R 18.68 2nd Starter
25 Chase DeJong P R 19.57 Middle Reliever
26 Adonys Cardona P R 19.52 Closer
27 Oscar Cabrera P #1 Starter
28 Christian Lopes SS A- 20.82 First Division Starter
29 Jeremy Jeffress P AAA 25.85 Closer
30 Santiago Nessy C A- 20.63 Bench Player
31 Chris Hawkins 3B A 21.94 Second Division Starter
32 Shane Dawson P R 19.88 2nd Starter
33 Yeyfry Del Rosario P R 19.25 2nd Starter
34 Griffin Murphy P A- 22.53 Closer
35 Thomas Robson P R 20.08 3rd Starter
36 Jorge Vega-Rosado 2B A 21.64 Bench Player
37 John Silviano C R 19.04109589 First Division Starter
38 John Tolisano 2B AA 24.80 First Division Starter
39 A.J. Jimenez C AA 23.23835616 First Division Starter
40 K.C. Hobson 1B A 22.93 First Division Starter
41 Kevin Pillar OF A+ 24.56 Bench Player
42 Ryan Schimpf 2B AA 25.37808219 Bench Player
43 Tim Brechbuehler P 23.76438356 Middle Reliever
44 Deck McGuire P AA 24.09 5th Starter
45 Ryan Goins SS AA 25.45 Bench Player
46 John Stilson P AA 23.00 3rd Starter
47 Aaron Loup P AA 25.61 Middle Reliever
48 Samuel Dyson P AA 25.22 Non-Prospect
49 Kellen Sweeney 3B A 21.87 Bench Player
50 Richard Thon SS R 21.69 Bench Player
51 Gustavo Pierre SS A 21.58 Bench Player
52 Dan Barnes P AA 23.76 Closer
53 Evan Crawford P AA 24.98 Closer
54 Mike McDade 1B AAA 24.22 Bench Player
55 Alejandro Solarte P FOR 2nd Starter
56 Nathan DeSouza OF R 19.04 First Division Starter
57 Ryan Borucki P R 19.32 Middle Reliever
58 Danny Farquhar P AAA 26.44 Closer
59 Bryson Namba 3B A 22.48 First Division Starter
60 Luis Castro 3b INTL 17.85
61 Richard Urena SS INTL 17.49589041
62 Jesus Tinoco P 2nd Starter
63 Deiferson Barreto 2B FOR First Division Starter
64 Rolando Segovia 2B FOR First Division Starter
65 Gustavo Perinan SS FOR First Division Starter
66 Edwin Fuentes SS FOR First Division Starter
67 Javier Avendano P A 22.89 Middle Reliever

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