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If you spent any amount of time on Twitter yesterday, you probably noticed that Angels wunderkind Mike Trout celebrated his 21st birthday on Tuesday. Now that Trout is of legal drinking age, who assumes the title of Baseball's Best 20-Year Old?

Nine Contenders
Tyler Austin, Yankees
Kaleb Cowart, Angels
Manny Machado, Orioles
Aaron Sanchez, Blue Jays
Jonathan Singleton, Astros
Jameson Taillon, Pirates
Oscar Taveras, Cardinals
Mason Williams, Yankees
Christian Yelich, Marlins

BP's in-house prospect guru Kevin Goldstein shared his opinion with me via Gchat this evening:

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carligula
8/08
Whoever it is, he'll be dethroned on October 16.
dpease
8/08
I vote for Ben Lindbergh.
bradleyankrom
8/08
wait, wait, I thought he was 17.
bornyank1
8/09
Just because I get carded when I buy M-rated games doesn't mean I'm actually 17.
Oleoay
8/09
If you ask the question in two months, does Bryce Harper count? Or is that a clown question?
Drungo
8/09
Manny Machado just got the call, playing for the O's tonight. He should have a slightly bigger stage to make his case.
MBruner
8/09
Bryce Hatper come October. Jurickson Profar in February.
zasxcdfv
8/09
Luis Heredia in August 2014.
jfranco77
8/09
I'm with KG. OSCAR.
myshkin
8/09
Wait, is KG really the dog from textfromdog.tumblr.com?