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How Baseball Would Look If Teams Only Used Their Best Players Under 25

Gone are the days when the MLB Futures game gave you the only substantial serving of young talent during the All-Star break.

This season, 20 players under the age of 25 were named All-Stars, a record for baseball's midsummer classic.

The amount of skill showcased on Tuesday night in Cincinnati was in keeping with a recent trend in baseball, too.

One of the most exciting things about MLB is that the league's youngest crop of talent, headlined by reigning 23-year-old MVP Mike Trout, is getting better and better.

And while Sunday's Futures game was designed to give a glimpse ahead, we've decided to push the concept a bit further here. So, which team in baseball has the best young talent the league?

Well, we're sure there are some rankings and charts out there that can help answer that question.

But, with the help MLB.com's Prospect Watch, we've assembled each team's most talented players under 25 at each position, with the league logo and stars denoting big league players and Top-100 prospects, respectively.

Check out the graphics below.

Arizona Diamondbacks

Atlanta Braves

Baltimore Orioles

Boston Red Sox

Chicago Cubs

Chicago White Sox

Cincinnati Reds

Cleveland Indians

Colorado Rockies

Detroit Tigers

Houston Astros

Kansas City Royals

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Los Angeles Dodgers

Milwaukee Brewers

Minnesota Twins

New York Mets

New York Yankees

Oakland Athletics

Philadelphia Phillies

Pittsburgh Pirates

San Diego Padres

Seattle Mariners

San Francisco Giants

St. Louis Cardinals

Tampa Bay Rays

Texas Rangers

Toronto Blue Jays

Washington Nationals