Saturday, March 22, 2014

Triple- and Double-A work groups

Here's who was on the Triple- and Double-A fields during this morning's workout.

Though this may be each player's current work group, it's obviously no assurance that's where they'll be when the regular season begins.

Also, I give no guarantee that I didn't miss anyone. Second, someone could be filling in for the major league game and isn't listed. Third, those pitching today may have already gone in, too.

The high-Class A position players had finished by the time I got through the high-level guys. However, their pitchers were still engaged in some fielding practice.

These are listed in the order I wrote them on my notepad. (Scientific method?)

Catchers: Ali Solis, Eddy Rodriguez, Keith Castillo, Curt Casali
Infielders: Cole Figueroa, Vince Belnome, Ryan Brett, Cameron Seitzer, Hak-Ju Lee, Ariel Soriano*
Outfielders: Kevin Kiermaier, James Darnell, Mikie Mahtook, Justin Christian, Jeremy Moore, Jerry Sands
Pitchers: Alex Colome, Jeff Beliveau, Steve Geltz, Kirby Yates, Juan Sandoval, Merrill Kelly, Adam Liberatore, Brad Boxberger, Enny Romero, C.J. Riefenhauser, Matt Andriese, Mike Montgomery

Catchers: Geoff Rowan, Luke Bailey, Luke Maile, Jake DePew
Infielders: Alejandro Segovia, Jeff Malm, Robby Price, Jake Hager, Hector Guevara, Taylor Motter, Riccio Torrez
Outfielders: Willie Argo, Josh Sale, Andrew Toles, Joey Rickard
Pitchers: Santiago Garrido, Andrew Bellatti, Jake Thompson, Braulio Lara, Sam Runion, Sergio Perez, Michael Colla, Jimmy Patterson, Jake Partridge, Jared Mortensen, Victor Mateo, Matt Lollis, Matt Ramsey, Lenny Linsky, Dylan Floro, Grayson Garvin

*--Soriano went through drills with the Triple-A group, but joined the Double-A's for batting practice.

Pitchers: Parker Markel, Kevin Brandt, Ryne Stanek, Trevor Shull, Austin Pruitt, Chris Kirsch, Jeff Ames, Nick Sawyer, Andrew Hanse, Taylor Guerrieri, Isaac Gil, German Marquez, Ely Echarry, Ian Kendall, Jacob Faria, Stone Speer, Derek Loera, Colton Reavis, Blake Snell, Reinaldo Lopez, Marcus Jensen, Cory Jordan

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