2011 Pittsburgh Pirates Instructional League Rosters

The Pittsburgh Pirates will be holding instructional leagues from September 18th to October 21st this year.  Staff and players report on Sunday, September 18th, and games begin on Monday, September 26th.  Here is the roster of players that will be attending the instructional leagues.

# = switch hitter. * = LHP or LHH.

PITCHERS (45)

Allie, Stetson
Baker, Nathaniel*
Beckman, Ryan
Benedict, Matthew
Black, Victor
Brewer, Colten
Burnette, Jacob
Cain, Colton*
Campos, Luis
Cole, Gerrit
Cooper, Jordan
Creasy, Jason
Cumpton, Brandon
Dodson, Zackry*
Espinosa, Roberto
Fuesser, Zachary*
Glasnow, Tyler
Hafner, Ryan
Heredia, Luis
Herrand, Yhonatan
Holmes, Clayton
Inman, Jeffrey
Jagoditsh, David
Jefferson, Michael*
Kingham, Nick
Kleis, Kevin
Lopez, Cesar
Lukashevich, Alex
Mateo, Diomedes*
Merejo, Aneudy
Miller, Quinton
Neverauskas, Dovydas
Otamendi, Andy*
Owens, Rudy*
Perez, Clario
Pounders, Brooks
Poytress, Joshua*
Sadler, Casey
Singh, Rinku*
Stevenson, Trent
Strickland, Hunter
Taillon, Jameson
Trepagnier, Bryton
Von Rosenberg, Zachary
Waldron, Tyler

CATCHERS (8)

Cabrera, Ramon#
Diaz, Elias
Fryer, Eric
Gonzalez, Samuel
Hornback, Ryan
Jhang, Jin-De*
Sanchez, Tony
Schwind, Jonathan
Trent, Derek*

FIRST BASEMEN (4)

Anderson, Calvin
Curry, Matthew*
Dickerson, Alexander*
Lakind, Jared*

SECOND BASEMEN (3)

Cunningham, Jarek
Gamache, Daniel*
Hanson, Alen#

THIRD BASEMEN (3)

Espinal, Edwin
Gonzalez, Elevys#
Lashmet, Christopher

SHORTSTOPS (9)

Barrios, Yhonathan#
Carvajal, Jodaneli
Friday, Brian
Gonzalez, Benjamin
Gourley, Walker
Herrera, Dilson
Maggi, Drew
Ngoepe, Gift#
Singer, Kirk

OUTFIELDERS (17)

Bell, Joshua#
Chambers, Evan
Fortunato, Raul
Freeman, Wesley
Garcia, Willy
Grovatt, Daniel*
Jones, Rodarrick
Latimore, Quincy
Lewis, Taylor*
Marte, Starling
Mesa, Carlos
Myles, Candon*
Osuna, Jose
Polanco, Gregory*
Rojas, Jr., Mel#
Urena, Luis
Vasquez, Jesus

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