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Pittsburgh Pirates 2014 Minor League Spring Training Roster

I just received a copy of the Minor League Camp roster, listing every player who will be participating in the minor league portion of Spring Training. The numbers to the left of each name are their numbers in camp, which is useful if you’re coming down to Spring Training. The numbers in parenthesis to the right are the ages of the players.

Normally this roster is notable for all of the guys who are making the jump to the US for the first time, however, I’ve already covered that list in a previous update. We also already have player pages for all of those guys, which you can find here.

Pitchers

* = Left Handed

PITCHERS

2

Urbina, Dan (20)

53

Griffin, Brent * (22)

5

Lopez, Jovani * (23)

54

Grullon, Adrian (21)

7

Roth, Billy (19)

55

Friend, Dalton * (23)

10

Rocha, Oderman (21)

56

Benedict, Matthew (25)

12

Ramos, Jhonatan * (24)

57

Del Rosario, Mervin * (22)

13

Montero, Joan (25)

58

Heredia, Luis (19)

14

Dodson, Zachry (23)

59

Holmes, Clayton (21)

15

Navarro, Eliecer *(26)

60

Hurst, Hayden (20)

16

Morris, AJ (27)

66

Waldron, Tyler (25)

16

Basulto, Omar * (20)

67

Kendall, William * (22)

17

Kingham, Nick (22)

68

Minier, Jonathan (24)

18

Singh, Rinku * (24)

69

Brewer, Colten (21)

19

Glasnow, Tyler (20)

70

Borden, Buddy (22)

22

Kuchno, John (23)

71

Gonzalez, Felipe (22)

23

Beckman, Ryan (24)

72

Hirsch, Henry (21)

24

Diaz, Axel (23)

74

Ludwig, Patrick (24)

25

Hollingsworth,  Ethan (27)

75

Medina, Jhondaniel (21)

26

Navarro, Gerardo * (20)

76

Kuhl, Chad (21)

27

Fuesser, Zachary * (23)

77

Lopez, Cesar (22)

29

Singer, Kirk (24)

78

Harlan, Thomas * (24)

30

Mulderig, Gerald (22)

79

Kleis Jr., Kevin (22)

31

Sample, Tyler (24)

80

Minarik, Marek (20)

32

Otamendi, Andy * (21)

81

Rowland, Robby (22)

34

Baker, Nathaniel * (26)

82

Sampson, Adrian (22)

34

De Leon, Emmanuel (23)

83

Sanchez, Angel * (21)

35

Carle, Shane (22)

84

Sandfort, Jonathan  (19)

36

McKinney, Brett (23)

85

Neverauskas, Dovydas (21)

37

Pribanic, Aaron (27)

86

Perez, Clario (21)

38

Ramirez, Elvin (26)

87

Kozikowski, Neil (19)

39

Lodge, Jackson * (20)

88

Von Rosenberg, Zachary (23)

41

Inman, Jeffrey (26)

89

Pimentel, Cecilio * (21)

43

Dickson, Cody * (22)

90

Sanchez, Isaac (21)

44

Lakind, Jared * (22)

91

Urena, Luis (21)

45

Miller, Quinton (24)

92

Trepagnier, Bryton (22)

46

Barrios, Yhonathan (22)

93

Townsend, Jason (25)

47

Mann, Brandon * (30)

94

Topa, Justin (23)

48

Creasy, Jason (22)

95

Taylor, Blake * (18)

49

Castro, Orlando * (22)

96

Kasparek, Kenn (28)

50

Burnette, Jacob (21)

96

Liao, Jen-Li (20)

50

Rosario, Miguel (21)

97

McClung, Seth (33)

51

Balester, Collin (28)

98

Smith, Josh * (24)

52

Hafner, Ryan (22)    

Position Players

# = Switch Hitter

* = Left Handed

POSITION PLAYERS

2

Ngoepe, Mpho “Gift” # (24)

48

Diaz, Christopher (23)

3

Gonzalez, Benjamin # (24)

49

Collins, Danny (23)

5

Cunningham, Jarek (24)

50

Gourley, Walker (22)

6

Escobar, Elvis * (19)

51

Meadows, Austin * (19)

7

McGuire, Reese * (19)

52

Henriquez, Ralph # (27)

10

Barnes, Barrett (22)

53

Osuna, Jose (21)

12

Gamache, Daniel * (23)

54

Jones, Jacoby (22)

13

Buckner, Nicholas * (18)

55

Spano, Mike (23)

14

Kennelly, Sam (18)

56

Allie, Stetson (22)

15

Landecker, Adam (23)

57

Dennis, Andrew (21)

16

Stallings, Jacob (24)

61

Roy, Jeff * (22)

17

Curry, Matthew * (25)

65

Ozuna, Carlos # (20)

18

Garcia, Willy (21)

66

Fortunato, Raul (23)

19

Bell, Joshua # (21)

67

Fransoso, Michael * (23)

22

Rojas Jr., Mel # (24)

68

Davis, Blake * (30)

23

Emsley-Pai, Kawika # (25)

69

Maffei, Justin (22)

24

Montilla, Ulises (22)

70

Maggi, Andrew (25)

25

Brown, Kelson (26)

71

Lewis, Taylor * (24)

26

Arbet, Terrian (19)

72

Moroff, Maxwell # (21)

27

Jhang, Jin De * (21)

73

Chourio, Bealyn # (20)

28

Frazier, Adam * (22)

74

Myles, Candon * (21)

29

Marquez, Carlos * (21)

75

Santos, Adalberto (26)

30

Cerda, Reggie (19)

76

Steranka, Jordan * (24)

31

Fernandez, Erik (25)

77

Wood, Eric (21)

32

Crumlich, Douglas (24)

78

Weiss, Erich * (22)

35

Mathisen, Wyatt (20)

86

Ponce, Ashley (23)

36

Mesa, Carlos (26)

87

Polo, Tito (19)

37

Diaz, Elias (23)

88

Ramirez, Harold (19)

38

Espinal, Edwin (20)

89

Slauter, Mitch (23)

39

Rivera, Maximo (21)

90

Wallace, Beau (21)

41

Howard, Justin * (26)

91

Schwind, Jonathan (24)

43

Diaz, Francisco # (24)

92

Vallejo, Enyel (22)

44

Aponte, Francisco # (23)

93

Vasquez, Andy * (26)

45

Latimore, Quincy (25)

95

Sosa, Junior * (23)

46

Garcia, Debyi (22)

98

Morales, Tomas (22)

47

Arribas, Daniel (21)

99

Ross, Kevin (20)

 

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  • maguro

    Welcome back, Quincy Latimore!

  • Ron Loreski

    Latimore > Snider

    • leowalter

      If you think Quincy is in the same converstion as Snider,you haven’t seen Q hit.

    • j1066

      Snider>>>>>>Latimore

    • PiratesFan1975

      Guy who could not hit for Washington Wild Things last year is not greater than a Major League ball player.

  • https://www.facebook.com/scott.skink Scott Skink

    This would’ve been useful to me last week.

  • glassers

    There ya go !!!!!

  • Ian Rothermund

    Any Glasnow sightings yet? I’m curious to see how he continues to progress physically; see if he has added any weight up top. I’d love to see his 200 mph fastball come to fruition like the one scout said! lol

    • glassers

      Saw him Tuesday afternoon pitch some live batting practice . He looks thin on his tall frame but the kid throws hard . He also threw a lot of strikes .

  • @PiratesTalk

    Here’s to hoping Austin Meadows is fine. Heard he poked a rising dinger over the right field fence, mammoth blast!

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