Minor League Baseball rosters

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As with nearly all North American professional team sports, the size of Minor League Baseball teams is limited by rosters. These size limits vary by each classification. All MLB-affiliated Triple-A and Double-A teams are limited to 25-man active rosters.[1] Unaffiliated Mexican League teams have 35-man rosters, but are limited to 30 active players per game.[2] Class A-Advanced and Class A teams are limited to 25 active players with a total of 35 players under control with additional limitations in regard to prior minor league experience. Teams at lower levels have 35-man active rosters with limitations on minor league service time. A team's reserve roster consists of injured players on the disabled list, those who are restricted or suspended, or who are otherwise temporarily inactive.[1] Major league players on rehabilitation assignments do not count against active roster limits.[3]

Triple-A[edit]

International League[edit]

Pacific Coast League[edit]

Mexican League[edit]

Double-A[edit]

Eastern League[edit]

Southern League[edit]

Texas League[edit]

Class A Advanced[edit]

California League[edit]

Carolina League[edit]

Florida State League[edit]

Class A[edit]

Midwest League[edit]

South Atlantic League[edit]

Class A Short-Season[edit]

New York–Penn League[edit]

Northwest League[edit]

Rookie League[edit]

Appalachian League[edit]

Arizona League[edit]

Pioneer League[edit]

Gulf Coast League[edit]

Dominican Summer League[edit]

Offseason leagues[edit]

Arizona Fall League[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "FAQs: The Business of MiLB". MiLB.com. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved July 25, 2017. 
  2. ^ "FAQs: Minor Leagues On-the-Field". MiLB.com. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved July 25, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Transaction Terminology". Nashville Sounds. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved July 25, 2017. 

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