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Major League Baseball Under-25 All-Star Team


  • Roberto Osuna – Toronto Blue Jays #

(Born: March 15, 1993) (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)


(24)Besides the fact that there’s really no other good young closers around the league, there are plenty of other reasons why Osuna is more than worthy of being the All Under-25 finishing man. He ranks 5th in the majors (among all closers) in saves – (18) and 3rd (among all closers) in WHIP (0.75). Plus, Roberto Osuna has already performed in big games – including last years’ ALDS and ALCS. Toronto has found themselves a true finisher for many years to come and a young player who is not afraid to get the ball in the big inning when the spotlight is on him most.


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