Pirates Minor League Camp Team Rosters

Below are the rosters for the minor league camp teams. There are a few big disclaimers for these rosters.

1. Don’t take the assignments literally. If a guy is on the AAA team, that doesn’t mean he’s starting in AAA. From what I’ve noticed in the past, players often play one level up from where they’re expected to start the season. That doesn’t mean that every player will be starting a level lower than where they’re listed. But if a guy hasn’t played in high-A, and he’s listed on the AA roster, there’s probably a good chance that he’ll get time in high-A before making that jump.

2. These rosters can change. Guys will be added from major league camp, which could cause some shuffling.

3. The A-ball teams don’t seem to be set in stone. Today’s A-ball game features Nick Kingham, Trent Stevenson, Mike Jefferson, Josh Poytress, and Joan Montero on the mound. Montero and Stevenson are listed on one team, and Kingham, Jefferson, and Poytress are listed on another team. My guess is that the first two A-ball teams will be interchangeable. The Pirates usually have the lower level guys play intersquad games. The third A-ball team will probably play those games against the players remaining from the other two A-ball teams. Or in a case like today, they’ll play a team like Team Canada.

With that out of the way, it’s interesting to look at the rosters and see where everyone is listed. The schedule for minor league camp can be found here.



Miguel Perez

Charlie Cutler

Kris Watts


Brian Friday

Josh Rodriguez

Greg Picart

Adalberto Santos

Yeyber Sanchez

Jeremy Farrell


Miles Durham

Brad Chalk

Andrew Lambo

Quincy Latimore

Anthony Norman


Eliecer Cardenas

Kyle Cofield

Jose Diaz

Michael Dubee

Aaron Pribanic

Brian Tallet

Mike Colla

Aaron Poreda

Tim Alderson

Mike Loree

Matt McSwain

Kris Harvey

Kris Johnson

Brian Leach



Elias Diaz

Carlos Paulino

Kawika Emsley-Pai


Kelson Brown

Jarek Cunningham

Brock Holt

Elevys Gonzalez

Stefan Welch

Matt Curry

Andy Vasquez


Justin Howard

Evan Chambers

Mel Rojas Jr.

Calvin Anderson

David Rubinstein


Nathan Baker

Ryan Beckman

Victor Black

Brandon Cumpton

Quinton Miller

Phil Irwin

Zach Foster

Tyler Cox

Jason Erickson

Jhonathan Ramos

Hunter Strickland

Eliecer Navarro

Tyler Waldron

Justin Ennis

Jeff Inman

A-Ball 1


Samuel Gonzalez

Jairo Marquez

Jonathan Schwind

David Valesente


Benji Gonzalez

Drew Maggi

Gift Ngoepe

Kevin Mort

Eric Avila

Alex Dickerson

Chris Lashmet


Dan Grovatt

Carlos Mesa

Alex Fuselier

Taylor Lewis

Rogelios Noris

Wes Freeman


Gerrit Cole

Jameson Taillon

Colton Cain

Matt Benedict

Zack Dodson

Casey Sadler

Zac Fuesser

Trent Stevenson

Kevin Decker

Jose De Leon

Jesus Brito

Porfirio Lopez

Jason Townsend

Zack Von Rosenberg

Rinku Singh

Joan Montero

Joely Rodriguez

A-Ball 2


Ryan Hornback

Francisco Diaz

Derek Trent

Matt Skirving


Yhonathan Barrios

Kirk Singer

Dan Gamache

Walker Gourley

Alen Hanson

Jared LaKind

Jose Osuna


Willy Garcia

Josh Bell

Gregory Polanco

Rodarrick Jones

Gavi Nivar


Stetson Allie

Cliff Archibald

Ryan Hafner

Mike Jefferson

Nick Kingham

Orlando Castro

Jason Creasy

Cesar Lopez

Vincent Payne

Bryce Weidman

Fraylin Campos

Jimmy Hernandez

Yhonathan Herrand

Robert Kilcrease

Kevin Kleis

Aneudy Merejo

Josh Poytress

Miguel Mendez

A-Ball 3


Jin De Jhang

Dylan Child


Jodaneli Carvajal

Jorge Bishop

Francisco Aponte

Edwin Espinal

Dilson Herrera

Ashley Ponce


Jesus Vasquez

Elvis Escobar

Raul Fortunato

Candon Myles

Harold Ramirez

Junior Sosa

Luis Urena


Luis Heredia

Logan Pevny

Colten Brewer

Luis Campos

Jordan Cooper

Roberto Espinosa

David Jagoditsh

Alex Lukashevich

Andy Otamendi

Bryton Trepagnier

Dovydas Neverauskas

Jackson Lodge

Wilson Lee

Tyler Glasnow

Jake Burnette

Clayton Holmes

Isaac Sanchez

Wei-Chung Wang

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Tim is the owner, producer, editor, and lead writer of PiratesProspects.com. He has been running Pirates Prospects since 2009, becoming the first new media reporter and outlet covering the Pirates at the MLB level in 2011 and 2012. His work can also be found in Baseball America, where he has been a contributor since 2014 and the Pirates' correspondent since 2019.

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