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61 DAYAN
VICIEDO
3B/OF, White Sox
32: Home runs he hit in three seasons in Cuba’s Serie Nacional as a teenager.
Opening Day Age: 20 ETA: 2009
 
71 WILSON
RAMOS
C, TWINS
78: RBIs at high Class A Fort Myers last season, fourth-best in the Florida State League.
Opening Day Age: 21 ETA: 2011
62 GORKYS
HERNANDEZ
OF, BRAVES
83: Runs scored last season at high Class A Myrtle Beach, including eight in the Carolina League playoffs.
Opening Day Age: 21 ETA: 2010
 
72 BRETT
CECIL
LHP, BLUE JAYS
118/39: Strikeout/walk ratio in 109 innings in Double-A and Triple-A last year.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2010
63 AARON
POREDA
LHP, WHITE SOX
11: Double-A starts (out of 15) in which he pitched at least six innings last year.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2009
 
73 TAYLOR
TEAGARDEN
C, RANGERS
6: Home runs in 47 big league at-bats last year.
Opening Day Age: 25 ETA: 2009
64 MATT
DOMINGUEZ
3B, MARLINS
70: RBIs at low Class A Greensboro in 2008, despite missing six weeks because of mononucleosis.
Opening Day Age: 19 ETA: 2011
 
74 ADRIAN
CARDENAS
SS/2B, ATHLETICS
.352: On-base percentage at two minor league stops after getting traded to the Athletics from the Phillies.
Opening Day Age: 21 ETA: 2010
65 MICHAEL
SAUNDERS
OF, MARINERS
.286: Batting average for Canada (along with a team-best two home runs) at the Beijing Olympics.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2009
 
75 JOSE
TABATA
OF, PIRATES
.348: Average at Double-A Altoona after being traded from the Yankees in July, or 100 points higher than his average at Double-A Trenton.
Opening Day Age: 20 ETA: 2010
66 LOU
MARSON
C, PHILLIES
9: Errors at Double-A Reading last season, highest total among catchers in the Eastern League, though he threw out 36 percent of basestealers.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2009
 
76 CHRIS
CARTER
1B/3B/OF, ATHLETICS
44: Home runs last season, including five in the California League playoffs.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2010
67 JAKE
ARRIETA
RHP, ORIOLES
2.87: ERA at high Class A Frederick, tops in the Carolina League in 2008.
Opening Day Age: 23 ETA: 2010
 
77 JONATHON
NIESE
LHP, METS
178: Innings pitched last season, including 14 in three big league starts.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2009
68 NICK
ADENHART
RHP, ANGELS
156: Innings per season he has averaged over the last three years.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2009
 
78 REID
BRIGNAC
SS, RAYS
.188: Average at Triple-A Durham following a four-game July stint in the big leagues.
Opening Day Age: 23 ETA: 2009
69 JASON
DONALD
SS, PHILLIES
19: Extra-base hits in the Arizona Fall League, which like his average (.407) ranked second in the league.
Opening Day Age: 24 ETA: 2009
 
79 JEFF
SAMARDZIJA
RHP, CUBS
4.26/2.28: Composite ERAs in the minor leagues and major leagues, where he debuted last year with 28 innings.
Opening Day Age: 23 ETA: 2009
70 JORDAN
WALDEN
RHP, ANGELS
.212: Opponent average he has allowed in 221 minor league innings.
Opening Day Age: 21 ETA: 2011
 
80 DESMOND
JENNINGS
OF, RAYS
24: Games played in 2008 because of a back injury, followed by a shoulder injury.
Opening Day Age: 22 ETA: 2010
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