BrooklynBrandon Brown, who turned 24(!) in 2011 led the Cyclones with 28 games played at second while hitting .303/.361/.465. He's 24, folks.
Ismael Tijerina, who turned 22 in August, split time between short (24 games) and second (23 games) while hitting .223/.307/.268.
Of course, the Cyclones' biggest star in 2011 was shortstop Danny Muno (.355/.466/.514), but since he didn't play a single game at second, we'll save him for the shortstop discussion.
KingsportYucarybert De La Cruz who turns 21 on Sunday, led the K-Mets with 27 games at second, but actually spent more time at shortstop (29 games) and saw action at third (2 games) and first (1 game). The 6'0" 160 lber hit .251/.293/.335.
22-year old Jorge Rivero led the GCL Mets with 24 games at second while hitting .232/.324/.295.