Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Tampa Bay's extended spring/rehab roster

The Rays have released their extended spring/rehab roster (dated today). These are the guys left behind in Port Charlotte, Fla., though some of the rehabs are expected to soon report to their full-season teams.

Right-handed pitchers -- Andrew Bellatti, Omar Bencomo, Roque Colon, Marcus Jensen, Daniel Johnson, Ian Kendall, Andrew Leary, Reinaldo Lopez, Parker Markel, Jason McEachern, Shane Minks, Eduar Quinonez, Trevor Shull, Pedro Silvestre, Matt Swilley, Cristian Vazquez
Left-handed pitchers -- Stepan Havlicek, Brandon Henderson, Kevin James, Jose Molina, Jacob Partridge, Shawn Smith, Matt Spann, Justin Woodall
Catchers -- Keith Castillo, Jake DePew, Omar Narvaez, Justin O'Conner, Gerardo Olivares, Junior Rodriguez, Alejandro Segovia
Infielders -- Tanner Biagini, Ryan Brett, Travis Flores, Darryl George, Felix Gonzalez, Jeff Malm, Julian Morillo, Juniel Querecuto, Leonardo Reginatto
Outfielders -- Bryan Bryles, Leandro Caminero, Deshun Dixon, Edward Dorvill, Cesar Guillen, Craige Lyerly, Josh Sale, Drew Vettleson, Chris Winder

Pitchers -- Wilmer Almonte, Jairo De La Rosa, Robert Dickmann, Jesse Hahn, James Hill, Mickey Jannis, Will Kline, Ricky Orta, Wilking Rodriguez, Albert Suarez, Kirby Yates
Infielders -- Julio Cedeno, Shawn O'Malley, Henry Wrigley
Outfielders -- John Matulia, Lucas Montero, Ty Morrison, Emeel Salem, Isaias Velasquez


Allie Marshall said...

so i have another question about extended spring training. how many of the older guys that are left in spring training or were invited only to attend extended spring training will actually make it out of extended spring training? do they make another cut before short season ball begins. sorry for my silly questions i love baseball and i am a huge fan. i am trying to learn as much as i can about the different aspects of minor league ball. thanks

Stacy Long said...

It's not a silly question at all.

There will be more cuts, but there's no telling how many. These guys and the June draftees -- at least those that not only sign but sign quickly enough -- will have to stock three teams.

To use the pitchers as an example, there are 24 on the extended spring roster. That's not enough for Hudson Valley, Princeton and the GCL Rays. The draft will give them more than enough.

Also, there will be injuries and the moves that follow could affect these guys.