Official Release: Brewers Announce Donation of Over 20,000 Bat & Ball Sets and Books to Local Children

Effort is Part of “Play Ball Weekend,” Sponsored by Chevrolet

The Milwaukee Brewers announced the donation of over 20,000 plastic bat & ball sets to every student, grades K-5 through the 2nd Grade, in the Milwaukee Public School system. The announcement was made earlier today at a press conference at the Brown Street Academy by Brewers Chief Operating Officer Rick Schlesinger. Members of the team’s front office including Manager of Youth Outreach Larry Hisle, Superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools Dr. Darienne Driver, Brown Street Academy staff, local officials, Chevrolet (sponsor) representatives as well as players Chris Capuano, Chris Carter and Alex Presley were on hand for the announcement and ensuing mini-clinics.

Each child will receive a brand new “Play Ball” bat and ball set, delivered to each Milwaukee Public Elementary School, courtesy of the Brewers and Chevrolet. In addition, the team announced that 125 schools all over the city will receive a set of baseball-related books. The effort is part of “Play Ball Weekend,” a Major League Baseball initiative, which is taking place today through Sunday.

Major League Baseball and USA Baseball launched “Play Ball” as the sport’s largest effort to encourage widespread participation in both formal and informal baseball activities.  The goal of the program is to give kids the opportunity to enjoy the game in a fun environment by highlighting the many ways baseball can be played and introduce kids to the sport who otherwise may not have the chance to experience it. Additionally, the program offers a healthy and active lifestyle option where many of those opportunities are offered less frequently.

“The goal of this program is to get kids engaged with the game by giving them the tools to play and the resources to learn about the sport,” said Schlesinger. “It doesn’t take nine kids to play the game, and it doesn’t require expensive or elaborate equipment. Major League Baseball and the Milwaukee Brewers are committed to connecting with area children through the ‘Play Ball’ program, and we look forward to what we know will be a fun and successful long-term initiative.”

Following the press conference, the players engaged with the children and put on a mini-clinic. The players demonstrated basic skills and taught useful lessons about the game.

In addition to today’s press conference, the team will continue to celebrate “Play Ball Weekend” with an on-field ceremony prior to tomorrow’s contest against the San Diego Padres. Nine players from the local Milwaukee RBI program will join Brewers players as they go to their respective positions on the field. The players will then present the kids with one of their very own Brewers caps.

For more information about Play Ball Weekend, the RBI Program or the Brewers involvement in the community, please visit Brewers.com.

2016 Organizational Opening Day Rosters

What follows are the announced rosters for the parent club Milwaukee Brewers as well as each of the full-season minor-league affiliates of the same, broken down by position group.

Milwaukee Brewers
MLB Parent Club (Twitter: @Brewers)

Manager: Craig Counsell

25 Total Players (excluding disabled list)

Pitchers (12)

Catchers (2)

Infielders (6)

Outfielders (5)

Disabled List (5)

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Class-AAA Affiliate (Twitter: @skysox)

Manager: Rick Sweet

28 Total Players

Pitchers (14)

Catchers (3)

Infielders (6)

Outfielders (5)

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Class-AA Affiliate (Twitter: @BiloxiShuckers)

Manager: Mike Guerrero

28 Total Players

Pitchers (14)

Catchers (4)

Infielders (7)

Outfielders (4)

BC Manatees

Class-A Advanced Affiliate (Twitter: @BCManatees)

Manager: Joe Ayrault

28 Total Players

Pitchers (14)

Catchers (2)

Infielders (6)

Outfielders (4)

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers

Class-A Affiliate (Twitter: @TimberRattlers)

Manager: Matt Erickson

28 Total Players

Pitchers (14)

Catchers (3)

Infielders (6)

Outfielders (5)

Brewers Announce Opening Day Roster

Milwaukee BrewersPITCHERS (12)

57 Chase Anderson
54 Michael Blazek
48 Blaine Boyer*
39 Chris Capuano*
22 Matt Garza
21 Jeremy Jeffress
41 Taylor Jungmann
52 Jimmy Nelson
58 Ariel Peña
38 Wily Peralta
37 Tyler Thornburg
59 Carlos Torres

CATCHERS (2)
20 Jonathan Lucroy
12 Martin Maldonado

INFIELDERS (6)
33 Chris Carter
2 Scooter Gennett
9 Aaron Hill
29 Yadiel Rivera
5 Jonathan Villar
7 Colin Walsh

OUTFIELDERS (5)
8 Ryan Braun
23 Keon Broxton%
18 Ramon Flores%
10 Kirk Nieuwenhuis
16 Domingo Santana%

DISABLED LIST (6)
50 Yhonathan Barrios (right shoulder – 60-day)
75 Zack Jones (right shoulder – 15-day)
46 Corey Knebel (left oblique – 15-day)
79 OF Rymer Liriano (face – 60-day)
53 LHP Sean Nolin (left elbow – 60-day)
13 LHP Will Smith (right knee – 15-day)

STAFF
30 Craig Counsell – Manager
11 Darnell Coles – Hitting Coach
36 Derek Johnson – Pitching Coach
40 Jason Lane – Coach
49 Pat Murphy – Bench Coach
6 Ed Sedar – Third Base Coach
31 Carlos Subero – First Base/Infield Coach
43 Lee Tunnell – Bullpen Coach
56 Joe Crawford – Coaching Assistant
55 Marcus Hanel – Bullpen Catcher

Breaking News: Brewers Sign Torres

OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Milwaukee Brewers have signed right-handed reliever Carlos Torres to a one-year Major League contract. The announcement was made by General Manager David Stearns. To make room on the 40-man roster, OF Rymer Liriano (facial fractures) has been transferred to the 60-day disabled list.

Torres, 33, made 8 relief appearances with the Atlanta Braves this spring (0-0, 4.00era, 1sv, 9ip, 7h, 5r, 4er, 5bb, 6k, 2hr, .212ba). He went 5-6 with a 4.68 ERA in 59 relief appearances last season with the New York Mets. Torres owns a career record of 23-24 with a 4.26 ERA and 2 saves in 209 games (16 starts) with the White Sox (2009-10), Rockies (2012) and Mets (2013-15). He played for the Yomiuri Giants of the Nippon Professional Baseball League in 2011.

Torres enjoyed his best Major League season two years ago as he went 8-6 with a 3.06 ERA in a career-high 73 relief appearances (1 start) with New York. He led all Major League relievers with 92.0 innings pitched in 2014 and was tied for ninth in the National League in appearances that season.

Brewers Make Several Roster Decisions

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Through a series of tweets by beat writers Adam McCalvy (MLB.com), Tom Haudricourt & Todd Rosiak (Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel), several decisions which directly impact the 25-man roster of the Milwaukee Brewers were disseminated from Spring Training on Sunday morning.

With an opt-out decision looming today, first and foremost relief pitcher Blaine Boyer was told that he has made the 25-man roster. The move will eventually require a corresponding 40-man roster move as Boyer was in camp on a Minor League contract, but there are a handful of 60-day DL candidates so finding a spot (or two or three) won’t be difficult.

The other player who got the best news was OF/1B Ramon Flores who was also told he’ll make the 25-man roster. Flores was acquired this off-season in trade from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for infielder Luis Sardiñas in a swap of players who were likely to be waived by their original clubs. Flores had a strong Cactus League and also showed a little versatility in being able to potentially backup Chris Carter at first base.

As there are ultimately so few spots, many more players get the proverbial red ticket in their locker.

Among those informed that they’ll begin the regular season in the minors are catchers Josmil Pinto and Manny Piña who were told they’ll be in Triple-A. Catcher Adam Weisenburger will apparently join them, giving Colorado Springs a trio of backstops.

Will Middlebrooks was informed today that he’ll also be assigned to Triple-A after vying for a spot as a backup corner infielder. Once there he is expected to rotate at the corner infield positions with Andy Wilkins and Garin Cecchini.

Joining them in the high-altitude infield will be Jake Elmore who was hoping to make the big league team as a reserve but came up short.

In the outfield competition, Eric Young Jr. was told that he’ll also head to the Centennial State when camp breaks. He’ll be joined officially by Shane Peterson who, after passing through waivers earlier this winter, was also in camp on a minor-league deal.

And finally, one official optioning came down as reliever David Goforth was sent out. Even with all the injuries to the bullpen recently, Goforth having minor league options was likely a key factor as others in the running for just a couple of spots had less team control due to no options or contract opt-outs like Boyer.

All told, this leaves the following combination of players in camp:

  • Yadiel Rivera, Rule 5 Colin Walsh, and non-roster invitee Hernan Perez are competing for what is likely two open infield jobs.
  • Keon Broxton (options remaining), Kirk Nieuwenhuis (no options), and Alex Presley (NRI) competing for likely two backup outfield spots.
  • Chris Capuano (opt-out), Franklin Morales (opt-out), Ariel Peña (no options), Tyler Cravy (options remaining) are in play for two bullpen jobs

Brewers Introduce Ballpark Pass

The Milwaukee Brewers are proud to announce the all-new Brewers Ballpark Pass. You can gain access to every home game in the month of April (excluding Opening Day) for just $49. Tickets will be delivered digitally via your mobile device, and seats will vary from game to game. Seat locations include, but are not limited to: Terrace Box, Terrace Reserved, Loge Bleachers and Loge Outfield sections.

The Brewers Ballpark Pass is a new ticket deal that allows you access to every home game in the month of April. The pass allows you to attend as many games in April as your schedule allows, for one low set price.

The setup is simple. Purchase your pass at brewers.com/ballparkpass and then download the MLB.com Ballpark app for your phone. Two hours before each home game, you will receive a text message alerting you of the seat location you have been assigned for that game.

Your seats will vary from game to game and will be located in the Terrace Box, Terrace Reserved, Loge Bleachers or Loge Outfield sections. You will receive your specific seating location on the day of each game, and you will be able to manage your tickets and enter Miller Park directly from your phone. Fans can purchase a total of up to six (6) passes with one account.

The Brewers Ballpark Pass is fast, simple, flexible and most of all, it’s incredibly affordable. To learn more about how you can get access to every Brewers home game in April for just $49, visit brewers.com/ballparkpass.

Brewers 30 Clubs/30 Days Video Clips

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These are the archived videos aired on MLB Network on March 4th as Greg Amsinger and Milwaukee’s all-time Saves leader Dan Plesac visited Brewers’ camp at Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix, Arizona as a part of the Network’s “30 Clubs in 30 Days” series previewing the 2016 season.

GM David Stearns sits down with Amsinger & Plesac

Ryan Braun talks about his bounce back 2015 and looking ahead to 2016

Jimmy Nelson with Dan Plesac

Domingo Santana talks about his fresh start

Will Smith on the bullpen

Ryan Braun demos base running/stealing with Plesac

Chris Carter talks to Greg Amsinger

Lucroy talks 2016 with Amsinger

Matt Garza talks youth and rotation with Plesac

Counsell with Plesac

Brewers Prospects with Jonathan Mayo

Brewers Fan Vote

Brewers Predictions

MLB Network’s Top 100 Players Entering 2016

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As I did last yearand the year before, and the year before, and the year before that, I’ll be keeping a running list of the Top 100 Players Right Now as they are revealed on MLB Network, eventually compiling the entire list.

They will have revealed all 100 by the end of Thursday, February 25th. I’ll update this same space as they reveal the remaining entries.

The criteria for the list remains the same:

  • Emphasized stats from the last three (3) seasons, weighting 2015
  • Projected 2016 performance
  • Defensive position
  • Accolades
  • Intangibles

Here now are the Top 100-1* Players as listed by MLB Network:

100. Alex Rodriguez – DH/3B – New York Yankees

99. Corey Seager – SS – Los Angeles Dodgers

98. Aroldis Chapman – CL – New York Yankees

97. Andrew Miller – RP – New York Yankees

96. David Ortiz – DH – Boston Red Sox

95. Kyle Schwarber – LF – Chicago Cubs

94. Miguel Sano – RF – Minnesota Twins

93. Jose Fernandez – SP – Miami Marlins

92. Stephen Strasburg – SP – Washington Nationals

91. Andrelton Simmons – SS – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

90. Craig Kimbrel – CL – Boston Red Sox

89. Daniel Murphy – 2B – Washington Nationals

88. Matt Carpenter – 3B – St. Louis Cardinals

87. Carlos Gomez – CF – Houston Astros

86. Ryan Braun – LF – Milwaukee Brewers

85. Yasiel Puig – OF – Los Angeles Dodgers

84. Justin Turner – 3B – Los Angeles Dodgers

83. Albert Pujols – 1B – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

82. Prince Fielder – DH/1B – Texas Rangers

81. Jordan Zimmermann – SP – Detroit Tigers

80. Dustin Pedroia – 2B – Boston Red Sox

79. Adrian Gonzalez – 1B – Los Angeles Dodgers

78. Eric Hosmer – 1B – Kansas City Royals

77. Alex Gordon – LF – Kansas City Royals

76. Todd Frazier – 3B – Chicago White Sox

75. Stephen Vogt – C – Oakland Athletics

74. Carlos Carrasco – SP – Cleveland Indians

73. Carlos Martinez – SP – St. Louis Cardinals

72. Jonathan Lucroy – C- Milwaukee Brewers

71. Gerrit Cole – SP – Pittsburgh Pirates

70. Jhonny Peralta – SS – St. Louis Cardinals

69. Russell Martin – C – Toronto Blue Jays

68. George Springer – RF – Houston Astros

67. Ian Kinsler – 2B – Detroit Tigers

66. Chris Archer – SP – Tampa Bay Rays

65. Kevin Kiermaier – CF – Tampa Bay Rays

64. Yadier Molina – C – St. Louis Cardinals

63. Dellin Betances – RP – New York Yankees

62. Salvador Perez – C- Kansas City Royals

61. Brandon Belt – 1B – San Francisco Giants

60. Johnny Cueto – SP – San Francisco Giants

59. Xander Bogaerts – SS – Boston Red Sox

58. Logan Forsythe – 2B – Tampa Bay Rays

57. Sonny Gray – SP – Oakland Athletics

56. Brian McCann – C – New York Yankees

55. Chris Davis – 1B – Baltimore Orioles

54. Jung Ho Kang – 3B – Pittsburgh Pirates

53. J.D. Martinez – LF – Detroit Tigers

52. Jason Kipnis – 2B – Cleveland Indians

51. Adam Wainwright – SP – St. Louis Cardinals

50. Mookie Betts – RF – Boston Red Sox

49. Justin Upton – LF – Detroit Tigers

48. Kyle Seager – 3B – Seattle Mariners

47. Edwin Encarnacion – 1B – Toronto Blue Jays

46. Wade Davis – CL – Kansas City Royals

45. Ben Zobrist – 2B – Chicago Cubs

44. Randal Grichuk – OF – St. Louis Cardinals

43. Starling Marte – LF – Pittsburgh Pirates

42. Francisco Lindor – SS – Cleveland Indians

41. Dee Gordon – 2B – Miami Marlins

40. Madison Bumgarner – SP – San Francisco Giants

39. Jose Abreu – 1B – Chicago White Sox

38. Troy Tulowitzki – SS – Toronto Blue Jays

37. Jacob deGrom – SP – New York Mets

36. Matt Harvey – SP – New York Mets

35. Felix Hernandez – SP – Seattle Mariners

34. Adam Jones – CF – Baltimore Orioles

33. Brandon Crawford – SS – San Francisco Giants

32. Jason Heyward – CF – Chicago Cubs

31. Michael Brantley – LF – Cleveland Indians

30. Corey Kluber – SP – Cleveland Indians

29. Dallas Keuchel – SP – Houston Astros

28. Yoenis Cespedes – CF – New York Mets

27. Nelson Cruz – RF/DH – Seattle Mariners

26. Jose Bautista – RF – Toronto Blue Jays

25. Chris Sale – SP – Chicago White Sox

24. Adrian Beltre – 3B – Texas Rangers

23. Nolan Arenado – 3B – Colorado Rockies

22. Lorenzo Cain – CF – Kansas City Royals

21. Max Scherzer – SP – Washington Nationals

20. A.J. Pollock – CF – Arizona Diamondbacks

19. Kris Bryant – 3B – Chicago Cubs

18. Anthony Rizzo – 1B – Chicago Cubs

17. David Price – SP – Boston Red Sox

16. Zack Greinke – SP – Arizona Diamondbacks

15. Robinson Cano – 2B – Seattle Mariners

14. Giancarlo Stanton – RF – Miami Marlins

13. Carlos Correa – SS – Houston Astros

12. Jose Altuve – 2B – Houston Astros

11. Joey Votto – 1B – Cincinnati Reds

10. Miguel Cabrera – 1B – Detroit Tigers

9. Jake Arrieta – SP – Chicago Cubs

8. Manny Machado – 3B – Baltimore Orioles

7. Buster Posey – C – San Francisco Giants

6. Paul Goldschmidt – 1B – Arizona Diamondbacks

5. Josh Donaldson – 3B – Toronto Blue Jays

4. Andrew McCutchen – CF – Pittsburgh Pirates

3. Clayton Kershaw – SP – Los Angeles Dodgers

2. Bryce Harper – RF – Washington Nationals

1. Mike Trout – CF – Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Ryan Braun has been revealed as the 86th best player in Major League Baseball “Right Now” entering 2016.

After a rough 2015 campaign, Jonathan Lucroy plummets from 23 all the way to 72.

Brewers By the (Jersey) Numbers ’16 – #41 Jake Elmore

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The lack of Monday columns this year has been disturbing. Think about it. I normally shout Mondays from the rooftops once this series begins because not only are we another day closer but the week counter always ticks down to a whole number.

We got a 63 (Junior Guerra) but 56 and 49 are coaches this year and 42 is retired throughout baseball…but you already know that. Finally next week Monday we’ll get to 35 and Shane Peterson and I’ll be able to properly acknowledge the week ticker.

Regardless, we’re now inside of six weeks until Opening Day and since we just took a three day break due to retired numbers and a coach and tomorrow is also a coach, I wanted to make sure we talked about…

Jake Elmore.

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(First, let’s say how great it is that Elmore tweeted this on his BBtJN profile day.)

This is normally the kind of profile I wouldn’t do for “Brewers By the (Jersey) Numbers” for two major reasons. First, Jacob David Elmore isn’t exactly much of a prospect. He’s 28 years old and has spent parts of the last four seasons in the big leagues after debuting in August of 2012 for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He was a 34th round pick in 2008 by the D’backs so even reaching the big leagues is an unlikely accomplishment in and of itself, but what I mean in saying he’s not a prospect is that he likely doesn’t have a significantly better future ahead of him.

Does that make sense? He’s not some 20-year-old with tools coming out of his ears and unrealized potential. It doesn’t mean he can’t be useful. It doesn’t mean he’ll get cut and retire. It just means that people normally don’t like to read about guys in his situation.

Part of that situation is the second reason I normally wouldn’t write about him, that being that he doesn’t really have much of a chance — barring a significant rash of injuries — to break camp with the big league club.

So why bother writing this? First, for the people like you who clicked to read it. Second, it’s simply that when telling the story of Jake Elmore’s baseball career, there are some fun and interesting things to tell.

As I mentioned above, Elmore was originally a 34th round draft pick. How many other draft picks in the last decade have reached The Show having been taken that late or later? I’d wait why you look it up because it’s not an incredibly long list but the point is that for every Kenny Rogers, Junior Spivey, Keith Hernandez, Mark Buehrle, or even the holy grail that is Mike Piazza, there are hundreds of players who never get a sniff. So that’s cool that Elmore not only broke through but has remained in consideration over the past four years.

Here’s another thing. Elmore has been in the big leagues with four different teams in those four years but was a part of seven organizations. He debuted with Arizona (1) in 2012 but was waived after the season. Houston (2) claimed him and he got back to the big leagues as an Astro in 2013. He was waived again following that season but picked up by the Chicago White Sox (3), for who he never played. The Oakland Athletics (4) purchased Elmore’s contract from the White Sox three months and a week after Chicago claimed him. Elmore played in 47 games for Oakland’s Triple-A affiliate before finding himself back on the waiver wire. This time it was Cincinnati (5) who was found claiming the well-traveled player. He played in 25 games for their Triple-A club before a September call-up brought him back to the dance.

That’s five teams. How do we get to the Brewers being number eight? Elmore was granted free agency on November 4, 2014 but signed back with Cincinnati the very next day…who promptly waived him. Two days after that the Pittsburgh Pirates (6) were awarded a claim but less then three months later Elmore was granted free agency again. A week blowing in the wind ended with a free agent contract on February 9, 2015 with the Tampa Bay Rays (7). Elmore found his way into 51 games for the Rays, making a career-high 158 trips to the plate.

Now granted, Elmore only slashed .206/.263/.284 in the big leagues last year but this is where the most fun part of Elmore’s back story comes to light as it’s what has kept him relevant at times throughout his career. He’s versatile.

You sometimes hear of a player’s defensive versatility and you think of a guy who can play second, third, and short. Or a corner infielder. Or someone who can line up in each outfield position. Or maybe even someone like Jonathan Lucroy or Buster Posey who spend some time at first base when they aren’t catching. Or how about Brewers cult favorite Brooks Kieschnick who played corner outfield, pinch-hit, and pitched in relief?

Jake Elmore is all of those people.

Seriously. He’s played all nine defensive positions, and designated hitter. And not just in the minors like Brewers prospect Nate Orf did for Brevard County (in one game, no less), but at the Major League level. He doesn’t hit as well as the guys who moonlight at a secondary position or keep their bats in the lineup by spelling everyone in the infield in a rotating manner, but Elmore truly does it all defensively.

Check out this breakdown of just his MLB fielding statistics.

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I’m counting and that’s 10. Which is where his value lies for this club. I don’t expect Elmore — in big league camp on a minor-league contract — to head north to Milwaukee on April 4, but what I’m thinking he offers is absolute emergency coverage should something happen as well a good approach at the plate if not always good result.

Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash said about him last year, “Jake is an interesting player. He gives you a good at bat and he can play everywhere.”

While “everywhere” will almost certainly mean “Colorado Springs” to begin the season, don’t be shocked to see Elmore find his way into a Brewers uniform at some point.

But also don’t be shocked to see him waived at the end of the season only to catch on with another new club. He’s already played all the positions. Maybe he can get to a majority of the teams.

Follow Jake on Twitter: @JElmo10

Catch up on BBtJN ’16:

Brewers Release Spring Training Roster

2 Scooter Gennett ……………………………………………….2B
5 Jonathan Villar ………………………………………………..INF
6 Ed Sedar ………………………………….. Third Base Coach
7 Alex Presley* ………………………………………………….. OF
8 Ryan Braun ……………………………………………………. OF
9 Aaron Hill ……………………………………………………….INF
10 Kirk Nieuwenhuis ……………………………………………. OF
11 Darnell Coles ……………………………………Hitting Coach
12 Martin Maldonado ………………………………………………C
13 Will Smith …………………………………………………….. LHP
14 Hernan Perez* ………………………………………………..INF
15 Will Middlebrooks*…………………………………………….3B
16 Domingo Santana …………………………………………… OF
20 Jonathan Lucroy ………………………………………………..C
21 Jeremy Jeffress ……………………………………………..RHP
22 Matt Garza ……………………………………………………RHP
24 Eric Young Jr.* ……………………………………………….. OF
25 Michael Reed …………………………………………………. OF
26 Taylor Jungmann …………………………………………..RHP
27 Zach Davies ………………………………………………….RHP
28 Jorge Lopez ………………………………………………….RHP
29 Yadiel Rivera …………………………………………………..INF
30 Craig Counsell ……………………………………….. Manager
31 Carlos Subero ……………………First Base/Infield Coach
32 David Goforth ………………………………………………..RHP
33 Chris Carter ……………………………………………………..1B
35 Shane Peterson* …………………………………………….. OF
36 Derek Johnson ………………………………. Pitching Coach
37 Tyler Thornburg …………………………………………….RHP
38 Wily Peralta …………………………………………………..RHP
39 Chris Capuano* …………………………………………….. LHP
40 Jason Lane ………………………………………………..Coach
41 Jake Elmore* …………………………………………………..INF
43 Lee Tunnell …………………………………….Bullpen Coach
45 Tyler Cravy ……………………………………………………RHP
46 Corey Knebel ………………………………………………..RHP
47 Adrian Houser ……………………………………………….RHP
48 Blaine Boyer* ………………………………………………..RHP
49 Pat Murphy ……………………………………….Bench Coach
50 Yhonathan Barrios …………………………………………RHP
51 Cesar Jimenez* …………………………………………….. LHP
52 Jimmy Nelson ……………………………………………….RHP
54 Michael Blazek ………………………………………………RHP
55 Marcus Hanel ………………………………..Bullpen Catcher
56 Joe Crawford …………………………….Coaching Assistant
57 Chase Anderson ……………………………………………RHP
58 Ariel Peña …………………………………………………….RHP
60 Keon Broxton …………………………………………………. OF
61 Ramon Flores ………………………………………………… OF
62 Garin Cecchini …………………………………………..INF/OF
63 Junior Guerra ………………………………………………..RHP
64 Andy Wilkins ……………………………………………………1B
65 Josmil Pinto* ……………………………………………………..C
66 Hiram Burgos* ……………………………………………….RHP
67 Manny Piña* ………………………………………………………C
68 Adam Weisenburger* ………………………………………….C
70 Jacob Barnes ………………………………………………..RHP
71 Josh Hader* …………………………………………………. LHP
72 Orlando Arcia …………………………………………………..SS
73 Colin Walsh ……………………………………………….INF/OF
74 Daniel Tillman* ………………………………………………RHP
75 Zack Jones ……………………………………………………RHP
76 Rene Garcia* …………………………………………………….C
77 Brett Phillips* ………………………………………………….. OF
78 Damien Magnifico ………………………………………….RHP
79 Rymer Liriano …………………………………………………. OF
80 Rick Sweet ……………………………………………. Instructor
81 Tony Diggs ……………………………………………. Instructor
82 Charlie Greene ………………………………………. Instructor
83 Bob Skube ……………………………………………. Instructor
84 Bob Miscik …………………………………………….. Instructor
85 Rick Tomlin …………………………………………… Instructor
86 Jeremy Reed …………………………………………. Instructor
87 Fred Dabney …………………………………………. Instructor
88 Matt Erickson ………………………………………… Instructor
89 Chris Hook ……………………………………………. Instructor
90 Joe Ayrault ……………………………………………. Instructor
91 Sandy Guerrero …………………………………….. Instructor
92 Jacob Nottingham* ……………………………………………..C

*Non-Roster Invitee

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