Atlanta Braves minor league players

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Below are the rosters of the minor league affiliates of the Atlanta Braves:

Prospects[edit]

Corbin Clouse[edit]

Corbin Clouse
Atlanta Braves
Pitcher
Born: (1995-06-26) June 26, 1995 (age 23)
Lansing, Michigan
Bats: Switch Throws: Left

Corbin James Clouse (born June 26, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Atlanta Braves organization.

Clouse attended Grand Ledge High School in Grand Ledge, Michigan, and played college baseball at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.[1] After his sophomore season at Davenport, he was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 27th round of the 2016 MLB draft.[2]

Clouse made his professional debut that year with the Danville Braves, and after pitching 6.2 scoreless innings,[3] was promoted to the Rome Braves where he finished the season.[4] He began 2017 with the Florida Fire Frogs and was promoted to the Mississippi Braves during the season.[5][6] In 41 relief appearances between both teams, he was 5-4 with a 2.53 ERA and a 1.55 WHIP.[7] After the season, he played in the Arizona Fall League.[8] He began 2018 with Mississippi[9][10] and was promoted to the Gwinnett Stripers in August. In 45 appearances (three starts) between the two clubs, he went 6-2 with a 1.94 ERA, striking out 83 batters in 65 innings.[11] He returned to Gwinnett to begin 2019.

Braxton Davidson[edit]

Braxton Davidson
Atlanta Braves
Outfielder
Born: (1996-06-18) June 18, 1996 (age 23)
Asheville, North Carolina
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Braxton Cain Thomas Davidson (born June 18, 1996) is a baseball outfielder.

Davidson attended T. C. Roberson High School in Asheville, North Carolina.[12][13][14][15] He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft.[16] He signed with Atlanta, forgoing his commitment to play college baseball at the University of North Carolina.[17]

Davidson spent his first professional season with both the GCL Braves and the Danville Braves, batting a combined .224 with 11 RBIs in fifty games between the two teams. He spent the 2015 season with the Rome Braves where he hit .242 with ten home runs and 45 RBIs, in 124 games.[18] After spending time in major league spring training, Davidson was assigned to the Carolina Mudcats to start 2016.[19] He spent the whole 2016 season with the Mudcats where he posted a .224 batting average with ten home runs and 63 RBIs in 128 games. Davidson spent 2017 with the Florida Fire Frogs where he batted .213 with seven home runs and 36 RBIs in 111 games, and he returned to the Fire Frogs in 2018, slashing .171/.281/.365 with twenty home runs and 64 RBIs in 121 games.[20] After the 2018 season, he was assigned to the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League.[21] He returned to the Mississippi Braves to begin 2019.

Rafael De Paula[edit]

Rafael De Paula
Atlanta Braves
Pitcher
Born: (1991-03-24) March 24, 1991 (age 28)
La Victoria, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

José Rafael De Paula Figueroa (born March 24, 1991) is a pitcher in the Cincinnati Reds organization.

In May 2009, De Paula was suspended a year after lying about his age.[22] On November 19, 2010 he signed with the New York Yankees.[23] Pitching for the Dominican Summer League Yankees 1 in 2012, he went 8–2 with a 1.46 earned run average and 85 strikeouts. In July 2013, he participated in the 2013 Futures All-Star game in Citi Field. De Paula tossed a scoreless fifth for the World Team in a 4–2 loss, allowing one hit and hitting a batter but registering a strikeout.

Prior to the 2013 season, Baseball America ranked him as the Yankees 10th best prospect.[24]

On July 22, the Yankees traded De Paula and Yangervis Solarte to the San Diego Padres in exchange for Chase Headley.[25] He signed with the Cincinnati Reds as a free agent.[citation needed]

During the 2018 Winter Meetings, the Atlanta Braves selected De Paula from the Reds in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 draft.[26]

Travis Demeritte[edit]

Travis Demeritte
Atlanta Braves
Second baseman / Outfielder
Born: (1994-09-30) September 30, 1994 (age 24)
New York City, New York
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Travis Timothy Demeritte (born September 30, 1994) is an American professional baseball second baseman in the Atlanta Braves organization.

Demeritte was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the first round of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft out of Winder-Barrow High School in Winder, Georgia.[27][28] Demeritte made his professional debut with the Arizona League Rangers and spent all of 2013 there, batting .285 with four home runs and 20 RBIs in 39 games.[29] In 2014, he played for the Hickory Crawdads where he batted .211 with 25 home runs and 66 RBIs in 118 games, and began playing second base regularly, having moved from his natural position as shortstop.[30][31] In 2015, Demeritte returned to Hickory. That June, he tested positive for Furosemide, and was suspended for eighty games.[32] While serving the suspension, Demeritte played in the Dominican Republic and for the Adelaide Bite of the Australian Baseball League.[33] Upon his return to Minor League Baseball, Demeritte was demoted to the Spokane Indians, where he finished the season.[29] In 53 games between Hickory and Spokane he batted .232 with five home runs and 19 RBIs. Demeritte began 2016 with the High Desert Mavericks.[34][35] In a June 2016 game, against the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, Demeritte was hit by a pitch, an action which caused a bench-clearing brawl.[36] The next month, he appeared in the All-Star Futures Game.[29]

On July 27, 2016, the Rangers traded Demeritte to the Braves for Lucas Harrell and Darío Álvarez.[37][38] He was assigned to the Carolina Mudcats.[39] In 123 games between High Desert and Carolina he slashed .266/.361/.554 with 28 home runs and 70 RBIs. Demeritte spent 2017 with the Mississippi Braves where he compiled a .231 batting average with 15 home runs and 45 RBIs in 124 games, and he returned to Mississippi in 2018, slashing .222/.316/.416 with 17 home runs and 63 RBIs in 128 games.[40] He began 2019 with the Gwinnett Stripers.

Caleb Dirks[edit]

Caleb Dirks
Atlanta Braves
Pitcher
Born: (1993-06-09) June 9, 1993 (age 26)
Arcadia, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Caleb Timothy Dirks (born June 9, 1993) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Atlanta Braves organization.

Dirks attended Woodcrest Christian High School and California Baptist University in Riverside, California. In 2014, as a junior at California Baptist, he went 4-1 with a 2.85 ERA in 41 relief innings pitched. He was selected in the 15th round of the 2014 MLB draft by the Atlanta Braves.[41]

After signing with the Braves, Dirks was assigned to the Danville Braves before being promoted to the Rome Braves. In 32.1 relief appearances between the two teams he posted a 1-0 record and 2.23 ERA. He began 2015 with Rome and was promoted to the Carolina Mudcats in May.

On July 2, 2015, the Braves traded Dirks and Jordan Paroubeck to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for an international signing bonus slot worth $249,000.[42] The Dodgers assigned him to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and was promoted to the Tulsa Drillers in August. In 40 relief appearances between Danville, Carlolina, Rancho Cucamonga, and Tulsa, he was 3-2 with a 0.90 ERA. Dirks began 2016 with Tulsa.

On June 30, 2016, the Dodgers traded Dirks and Philip Pfeifer to the Braves for Bud Norris, Dian Toscano, a player to be named later (Alec Grosser), and cash.[43][44] The Braves assigned him to the Mississippi Braves and he finished the season there. In 49 appearances out of the bullpen he was 5-3 with a 1.18 ERA and 1.00 WHIP. Dirks spent 2017 with the Gwinnett Braves where he compiled a 2-2 record and 4.02 ERA in 27 relief appearances.[45] He did not pitch in 2018 due to injury.

Greyson Jenista[edit]

Greyson Jenista
Atlanta Braves
Right fielder
Born: (1996-12-07) December 7, 1996 (age 22)
Lawrence, Kansas
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Greyson Douglas Jenista (born December 7, 1996) is an American professional baseball right fielder for the Atlanta Braves organization.

Jenista attended De Soto High School in De Soto, Kansas, and Wichita State University, where he played college baseball for the Wichita State Shockers. He played collegiate summer baseball in the Cape Cod Baseball League and was named its most valuable player.[46][47]

The Atlanta Braves selected Jenista in the second round, with the 49th overall selection, of the 2018 MLB draft.[48] He signed and played ten games for the Danville Braves of the Rookie-level Appalachian League, and was promoted to the Rome Braves of the Class A South Atlantic League.[49] After 32 games in Rome, he was promoted to the Florida Fire Frogs of the Class A Advanced Florida State League. In 61 total games between the two teams, he hit .265 with four home runs and 34 RBIs.[50] He returned to Florida to begin 2019.

Cristian Pache[edit]

Cristian Pache
Atlanta Braves
Outfielder
Born: (1998-11-19) November 19, 1998 (age 20)
Santo Domingo Centro, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Cristian Rafael Pache (born November 19, 1998) is a Dominican professional baseball outfielder in the Atlanta Braves organization. As of May 2019 he is ranked as the #17 prospect in baseball according to MLB.com

Pache, the second of three children, was born to a factory worker, and a homemaker.[51]

Pache signed with the Atlanta Braves in July 2015 for $1.4 million.[52][53] At the time of his signing, Baseball America ranked Pache the 21st-best international free agent.[54] MLB.com ranked him tenth.[55] Pache was assigned to the Gulf Coast League Braves in June 2016,[56] and after batting .283 with 11 RBIs in 27 games, was promoted to the Danville Braves,[57] where he finished the season with a .333 batting average with ten RBIs and a .775 OPS in 30 games.

Pache spent the 2017 season with the Rome Braves where he batted .281 with 42 RBIs and 32 stolen bases in 119 games.[58][59] He was named a South Atlantic League All-Star at midseason.[60][61] Pache was invited to spring training at the start of the 2018 season.[62] He was subsequently assigned to the Florida Fire Frogs.[63] In June, Pache received a Florida State League All-Star selection.[64] At the A-Advanced level, Pache played in 93 games, driving in 40 runs, hitting eight home runs, and recording a .285 batting average.[65] On August 1, Pache was promoted to the Mississippi Braves.[66] In 29 games for Mississippi, he hit .260 with one home run and seven RBIs in 29 games.[67]

In August 2018, it was announced that Pache was placed on the preliminary Arizona Fall League roster.[68][69] He hit .290/.318/.387 through 14 games,[70] and was named to the AFL All-Star Game.[71]

As a prospect, Pache drew attention for his defensive skills.[72][73] Throughout 2018, he began displaying an increased ability to hit for power.[74][75][76]

Philip Pfeifer[edit]

Philip Pfeifer
Atlanta Braves
Pitcher
Born: (1992-07-15) July 15, 1992 (age 26)
Knoxville, Tennessee
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Philip James Pfeifer (born July 15, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Atlanta Braves organization. He previously played college baseball for the Vanderbilt Commodores of Vanderbilt University.

Pfeifer graduated from Farragut High School in Farragut, Tennessee. He played for the school's baseball team, and set a state record by recording 46 wins.[77] He enrolled at Vanderbilt University to play college baseball for the Vanderbilt Commodores baseball team.[78] Pfeifer was suspended for the 2014 season due to substance abuse issues, but returned to the team in 2015.[79] The Los Angeles Dodgers selected Pfeifer in the third round, with the 101st overall selection, of the 2015 MLB Draft.[80][81] The Dodgers signed Pfeifer and[82] assigned him to the Ogden Raptors where he pitched 1.2 scoreless innings for the season. Pfeifer began 2016 with the Great Lakes Loons and was later promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.

On June 30, 2016, the Dodgers traded Pfeifer and Caleb Dirks to the Atlanta Braves for Bud Norris, Dian Toscano, a player to be named later (Alec Grosser), and cash.[83] The Braves assigned Pfeifer to the Carolina Mudcats and he was promoted to the Mississippi Braves in July. In 34 combined games between Great Lakes, Rancho Cucamonga, Carolina and Mississippi, Pfeifer posted a 4–1 record and 3.02 ERA with sixty strikeouts in 47.2 total innings. In 2017, he played for both Mississippi and the Gwinnett Braves, pitching to a combined 1–5 record and 3.49 ERA in 41 total games between both clubs,[84] and in 2018, he returned to pitch for both Mississippi and Gwinnett, going 2-3 with a 5.73 ERA in 39 games.[85] He returned to Mississippi to begin 2019.

Drew Waters[edit]

Drew Waters
Drew Waters (baseball), May 30, 2018.jpg
Waters with the Rome Braves, 2018
Atlanta Braves
Outfielder
Born: (1998-12-30) December 30, 1998 (age 20)
Woodstock, Georgia
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Drew Waters (born December 30, 1998) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Atlanta Braves organization. As of May 2019 he is ranked as the #66 prospect in baseball according to MLB.com

Waters graduated from Etowah High School in Woodstock, Georgia. As a senior, he batted .516 with 15 home runs and 40 RBIs, leading Etowah to a Class AAAAAAA state championship title.[86] After the season, he was named the Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year[87] and the Metro Atlanta High School Player of the Year.[88] He committed to play college baseball at the University of Georgia for the Georgia Bulldogs.[89] The Atlanta Braves selected Waters in the second round, 41st overall, of the 2017 MLB draft[90] and he signed for $1.5 million,[91] forgoing his commitment to Georgia.

After signing, Waters made his professional debut with the GCL Braves. After batting .347 with two home runs, ten RBIs, and seven walks, he was promoted to the Danville Braves,[92] where he finished the season. In 36 games for Danville, he slashed .255/.331/.383 with two home runs and 14 RBIs.[93] He began 2018 with the Rome Braves,[94] and was promoted to the Florida Fire Frogs on August 1.[95] In 114 games between the two clubs, he slashed .293/.343/.476 with nine home runs, 39 RBIs, and 23 stolen bases.[96] He began 2019 with the Mississippi Braves.

Patrick Weigel[edit]

Patrick Weigel
Atlanta Braves
Pitcher
Born: (1994-07-08) July 8, 1994 (age 24)
Thousand Oaks, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Patrick Charles Weigel (born July 8, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Atlanta Braves organization.

Weigel attended St. Bonaventure High School in Ventura, California. He played college baseball at Pacific University for one year before transferring to Oxnard College. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 22nd round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft, but did not sign and transferred to the University of Houston.[97] After one year at Houston he was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the seventh round of the 2015 MLB draft.[98]

Weigel signed and made his professional debut with the Danville Braves.[99] In 14 starts for Danville, he went 0-3 with a 4.53 ERA. He started 2016 with the Rome Braves and was promoted to the Mississippi Braves in August.[100] He ended the 2016 season with an 11–6 record and a 2.47 ERA.[101] In 25 games (24 starts) between the two clubs, he pitched to an 11-6 record with a 2.47 ERA. Weigel started the 2017 season with Mississippi and was promoted to the Gwinnett Braves in May. The next month, he underwent Tommy John surgery and missed the remainder of the season.[102] He made four rehab starts in 2018. The Braves added him to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[103] He began 2019 with Mississippi.

Full Triple-A to Rookie League rosters[edit]

Triple-A[edit]

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Double-A[edit]

Mississippi Braves roster
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  • 28 William Contreras
  • 54 Carlos Martinez

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Class A-Advanced[edit]

Florida Fire Frogs roster
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Pitchers

  • 34 Tristan Beck Injury icon 2.svg
  • 33 Walter Borkovich
  • 26 Hayden Deal
  • 38 Daysbel Hernandez
  • 19 Kurt Hoekstra
  • 45 Nolan Kingham
  • 13 Sean McLaughlin
  • 40 Philip Pfeifer
  • 16 Bradley Roney
  • 34 Ryan Shetter
  • 25 Freddy Tarnok Injury icon 2.svg
  • 32 Brandon S. White
  • 36 Brooks Wilson
  • 39 Matt Withrow
  • 24 Lukas Young

Catchers

  • 12 Rusber Estrada
  • 27 Zack Soria

Infielders

  •  8 Riley Delgado
  • 11 AJ Graffanino Injury icon 2.svg
  • 20 Kevin Josephina
  • 23 Brett Langhorne
  • 17 Drew Lugbauer
  • 18 Jordan Rodgers

Outfielders

  •  2 Trey Harris
  • 30 Greyson Jenista
  •  7 Shean Michel
  • 15 Jefrey Ramos
  •  9 Garrison Schwartz Injury icon 2.svg
  •  1 Izzy Wilson


Manager

  •  5 Barrett Kleinknecht

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Class A[edit]

Rome Braves roster
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  • 26 Matt Hartman
  • 15 Jake Higginbotham
  • 40 Odalvi Javier
  • 19 Tanner Lawson
  • -- Jackson Lourie Injury icon 2.svg
  • 51 Dilmer Mejia
  • 37 Jose Montilla
  • 52 Luis Mora
  • 14 Gabriel Noguera
  • 34 Jose Olague
  • 55 Alan Rangel
  • 28 Trey Riley
  • 11 Victor Vodnik
  • 30 William Woods

Catchers

  • 99 Logan Brown
  • 46 Hagen Owenby
  •  8 Ricardo Rodriguez

Infielders

  • 23 Griffin Benson
  • 66 Derian Cruz
  • 18 Greg Cullen
  • 13 Darling Florentino
  • 60 Ariel Montesino
  • 16 Carlos Paraguate
  • 20 Braulio Vasquez Injury icon 2.svg

Outfielders

  •  7 Jose Bermudez
  •  5 Justin Dean Injury icon 2.svg
  • 12 Jeremy Fernandez
  • 25 Andrew Moritz
  • 24 Henry Quintero


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Advanced Rookie[edit]

Danville Braves roster
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Pitchers

  •  8 Tanner Allison
  • 52 Jacob Belinda
  • 30 John Curtis
  • 48 Zach Daniels
  • 18 Zach Guth
  • 15 Jake Higginbotham
  • 11 Tanner Lawson
  • 32 Dilmer Mejía
  • 45 Jose Montilla
  • -- Stephen Moore (Military leave)
  • 26 Trey Riley
  • 27 Matt Rowland
  • 57 Ricardo Sanchez #*
  • 46 Zach Seipel
  •  7 Connor Simmons
  • 34 Keith Weisenberg
  • 53 Bradey Welsh
  • 37 Brooks Wilson

Catchers

  • 39 Rusber Estrada
  • 43 Ricardo Rodriguez
  • 40 Ray Soderman
  • 51 Zack Soria

Infielders

  • 16 Griffin Benson
  •  9 Greg Cullen
  • 22 Greyson Jenista
  • 23 Brett Langhorne
  • 19 Michael Mateja
  • 20 Luis Mejia
  •  1 Nicholas Shumpert
  • 56 Brendan Venter
  • 33 Nicholas Vizcaino

Outfielders

  • 12 Carlos Baerga
  • 13 Justin Dean
  • 25 Andrew Moritz
  • 24 Henry Quintero


Manager

  • -- Anthony Nunez

Coaches

  • -- Connor Narron (coach)
  • -- Danny Santiesteban (hitting)
  • -- Jason Stanford (pitching)


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Rookie[edit]

Gulf Coast League Braves roster
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  • 30 Alex Aquino
  • 26 Zach Becherer
  • 18 Alger Hodgson
  • 49 Miguel Jerez
  • 93 Deyvis Julian
  • 54 Jackson Lourie
  • 22 Jose Montilla
  • 68 Gabriel Noguera ‡
  • -- Matt Rowland
  • 25 Filyer Sanchez
  • 38 Jhoniel Sepulveda
  • 46 Ramon A. Taveras
  • 36 Albinson Volquez

Catchers

  • 14 Ricardo Rodriguez
  • 15 Zack Soria

Infielders

  • 48 Juan Morales
  • 91 Justin Morhardt
  •  9 Luis Ovando
  • 20 Braulio Vasquez
  • 19 Nicholas Vizcaino

Outfielders

  • 64 Carlos Baerga
  • 79 Jeremy Fernandez
  • 68 Adam Groesbeck (Military leave)
  • 53 Yoeli Lopez
  • 56 Jackson Pokorney


Manager

Coaches

  • 12 Rick Albert (hitting)
  • -- Angel Flores (coach)
  • -- Bárbaro Garbey (hitting)
  • 27 Elvin Nina (pitching)


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Foreign Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Braves roster
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Pitchers

  • 15 Eudi Asencio
  • 38 Carlos Caminero
  • 36 Raulin Celedonio
  • 30 Javier Ciriaco
  • 20 Luis Diaz
  •  2 Edwin Jimenez
  • 27 Jhonny Diaz
  • 12 Oscar Nunez
  • 33 Jose Olague
  • 37 Estarlin Rodriguez
  • 22 Lisandro Santos
  • 50 Jhoniel Sepulveda
  • -- Nonato Valdez
  • 25 Willians Vasquez

Catchers

  • 39 Kimberling Encarnacion
  • 34 Enmanuel Guitian

Infielders

  • 29 Emeli Ferreira
  • 47 Yandri Lara
  • -- Yerangel Medina
  • -- Sergio Ordonez
  • 16 Carlos Paraguate
  • -- Luidemid Rojas
  • 10 Hector Sierra
  • -- Eliezel Stevens

Outfielders

  • 44 Asmin Bautista
  • -- Randi De La Cruz
  • 47 Deivi Estrada
  • 54 Jose Hernandez
  •  8 Jonaiker Izaguirre
  •  5 Brandol Mezquita
  •  6 Jose Palma
  • 40 Braian Quezada
  • 26 Henry Quintero
  • -- Jorge Rodriguez
  • 35 Gerardo Santana


Manager

  • -- Jefferson Romero

Coaches

  • 26 Danny Santiesteban (Hitting)
  • 58 Jose Rodriguez (Pitching)


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