MLB Ages: The All 26 Years Old Team

Every baseball player breaks through and starts their career at different times. Some players brezze through the minor leagues, while other take years to develop (like Cub prospects). Thus, fans never know how old a player age. So I decided to look at different ages where they are some very good players. 26 years old seems to be the best age group where there are the most best players. So here are the best players at 26 years old in the majors. All MLB players that are 26 are not on the list, only the best.

All of these players are currently 26 years old or will be by April 1, 2010.

Catcher: Joe Mauer, Brian McCann, Kurt Suzuki, Miguel Montero
First base: Miguel Cabrera, Joey Votto, Kendry Morales
Second base: Dustin Pedroia, Jose Lopez, Howie Kendrick
Shortstop: Hanley Ramirez, Jose Reyes, Erick Aybar
Third base: Mark Reynolds
Leftfield: Ryan Braun, Adam Lind
Centerfield: Jacoby Ellsbury, Denard Span
Right field: Nick Markakis, Hunter Pence

Starting Pitchers:
1.Zack Greinke
2.Jon Lester
3.Josh Johnson
4.Cole Hamels
5.Ubaldo Jimenez
6.Matt Garza
7.Edwin Jackson

1.Huston Street
2.Matt Capps
3.J.P. Howell

Third base is weak in terms of depth, but every other position has very good talent and depth. This is the best age group I have found. This is the first part in the series, so we will see how other ages compare to this one.