Tampa Bay Rays minor league players

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Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Tampa Bay Rays system:

Ruben Alaniz[edit]

Ruben Alaniz
Tampa Bay Rays – No. 78
Pitcher
Born: (1991-06-14) June 14, 1991 (age 27)
McAllen, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Ruben Alaniz (born June 14, 1991) is an American baseball pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Alaniz was born in McAllen, Texas and attended Juarez-Lincoln High School in La Joya, Texas. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Houston Astros on August 14, 2009 after participating in a tryout camp run by scout Rusty Pendergrass. He was signed for $160,000, with Pendergrass and scout Clarence Johns claiming Alaniz has the "stuff to be a major league starter."[1] He began his professional career the next year. With the Greenville Astros in 2010, he was 6-4 with a 4.21 ERA and the following year, he was 7-10 with a 4.44 mark for the Lexington Legends. In 2012, Alaniz went 6-2 with a 5.04 ERA for the Lancaster JetHawks and in 2013, he was 9-9 with a 4.53 mark for the Corpus Christi Hooks. He was 1-1 with a 6.64 ERA for the Corpus Christi Hooks in 2014 before being suspended 50 games for using a drug of abuse in late August.[2] It was his second suspension. He returned in 2015 to go 6-4 with a 4.55 ERA for the Hooks;[3] he became a free agent following the season and signed with the Tigers on December 3.[4]

Alaniz was once rated as having the best curveball in the Astros system and had been named among the club's best prospects.[5] He appeared in major league spring training in 2012.[6]

Lucius Fox[edit]

Lucius Fox
Tampa Bay Rays
Shortstop
Born: (1997-07-02) July 2, 1997 (age 21)
Nassau, Bahamas
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Lucius Kadeem Fox Jr. (born July 2, 1997) is a Bahamian professional baseball shortstop in the Tampa Bay Rays' organization.

Fox is from Nassau, Bahamas. He lived in the United States for ​2 12 years,[7] during which time he attended American Heritage High School in Plantation, Florida. He was declared an international free agent during the 2015 signing period.[8] Fox signed with the Giants, for a reported $6 million signing bonus.[9][10] He spent his first professional season, in 2016, with the Augusta GreenJackets of the Class A South Atlantic League,[11] posting a .207 batting average with two home runs, 16 RBIs and 25 stolen bases.

On August 1, 2016, the Giants traded Fox, Matt Duffy, and Michael Santos to the Tampa Bay Rays for Matt Moore.[12] He did not play for the Rays after the trade due to a bone bruise on his foot sustained while playing for Augusta.[13] Fox began the 2017 season with the Bowling Green Hot Rods of the Class A Midwest League. He represented the World Team in the 2017 All-Star Futures Game. After batting .278 with two home runs, 27 RBIs and 27 stolen bases in 77 games for Bowling Green, the Rays promoted Fox to the Charlotte Stone Crabs of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League,[14] where he finished the season, batting .235 with one home run and 12 RBIs.[15]

Wander Franco[edit]

Wander Franco
Tampa Bay Rays
Shortstop
Born: (2001-03-01) March 1, 2001 (age 17)
Bani, Dominican Republic
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Wander Samuel Franco (born March 1, 2001) is a Dominican professional baseball shortstop in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Franco was ranked as the top international prospect in the 2017 class. He signed with the Tampa Bay Rays on July 2, 2017.[16][17] Franco made his professional debut in 2018 with the Princeton Rays. In a game in July, he hit for the cycle.[18] In 2018, at only 17 years old, Franco was named the 2018 Appalachian League Player of the Year after hitting .374/.445/.636 with 11 home runs over 245 plate appearances for the Princeton Rays.[19]

His brothers, both also named Wander, play in the Houston Astros and Kansas City Royals organizations. His uncle, Erick Aybar, has also played in Major League Baseball (MLB).[20]

Kevin Gadea[edit]

Kevin Gadea
Tampa Bay Rays
Pitcher
Born: (1994-12-06) December 6, 1994 (age 23)
Esteli, Nicaragua
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Kevin Joel Gadea Ortega (born December 6, 1994) is a Nicaraguan professional baseball pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Gadea signed with the Seattle Mariners as an international free agent in 2012.[21] He made his professional debut in 2013 with the VSL Mariners where he was 9-1 with a 2.65 ERA in 14 starts. He pitched only 9.1 innings in 2014. In 2015, he played for the DSL Mariners where he compiled a 4-4 record with a 2.25 ERA in 13 starts, and in 2016, he pitched for the AZL Mariners and the Clinton LumberKings, posting a combined 4-1 record and 2.36 ERA in 15 games (eight starts) between the two clubs.[22]

Gadea was selected by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2016 Rule 5 draft.[23] He did not pitch in 2017 due to an elbow injury.[24]

Ian Gibaut[edit]

Ian Gibaut
Tampa Bay Rays
Pitcher
Born: (1993-11-19) November 19, 1993 (age 24)
Houston, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Ian Philip Gibaut (born November 19, 1993) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Gibaut attended Lamar High School in Houston, Texas and played college baseball at Tulane University.[25][26] He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 11th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft.[27]

Gibaut made his professional debut with the Princeton Rays and spent all of 2015 there, going 3-1 with a 2.12 ERA in 29.2 innings pitched in relief. In 2016, he pitched for the Bowling Green Hot Rods and Charlotte Stone Crabs where he compiled a combined 2-2 record, 2.53 ERA, and 1.25 WHIP in 57 total innings pitched, and in 2017 he pitched with Charlotte and the Montgomery Biscuits where was 7-1 with a 2.21 ERA in 48 combined relief appearances between the two teams.[28] Gibaut started 2018 with the Durham Bulls.

Grant Kay[edit]

Grant Kay
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Kay batting for the Bowling Green Hot Rods in 2015
Tampa Bay Rays – No. 82
Third baseman
Born: (1993-05-29) May 29, 1993 (age 25)
Omaha, Nebraska
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Grant Kay (born May 29, 1993) is a third baseman who plays in the Tampa Bay Rays Minor League system. Listed at 6' 0" (1.83 m), 185 lb. (84 k), Kay bats and throws right handed. He was selected by Tampa Bay in the 27th round of the 2014 MLB draft out of University of Louisville.[29]

A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Kay is one of four siblings born into the family of Greg Kay and Dawn Pearsons. An all-around athlete, he lettered in baseball, basketball and football at Ralston High School, where he earned All-State and All-Super State honors as a senior in baseball, was All-Conference basketball selection in both junior and senior seasons, and hit a .500 batting average with 20 home runs and 65 runs batted in as a preparatory senior.[29]

Before Louisville, Kay attended Iowa Western Community College and won a national championship with the IWCC Reivers in 2012, rating as No. 3 prospect in the collegiate summer baseball New England Collegiate Baseball League the same year as a freshman to become the only junior college player named Collegiate Summer Baseball All-American in that season. Besides, he was selected to the First-team All-Conference and All-Region in both freshman and sophomore seasons at Iowa Western, hitting .373 and 13 home runs as a freshman, while driving in 37 runs and scoring 42 times. Unfortunately, a knee injury suffered as a sophomore limited his availability, even though he was rated as one of the top junior college ballplayers in the nation.[29][30]

In 2014, Kay posted a .285 average (59-for-207) with five home runs and 35 RBI as a junior for the Cardinals, including 49 runs, nine doubles and 23 stolen bases in 65 games, en route to their second straight trip to the College World Series.[31] While mulling his eligible options for the MLB Draft, Kay headed to the Cape Cod Baseball League, the premier summer wooden-bat circuit for collegiate players, where he went 14-for-26 (.538) with two homers and four doubles in only six games for the Cotuit Kettleers, and that short stint tipped the scales.[32] He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 27th round of the 2014 MLB Draft and signed.

Kay debuted on July 14, 2014 with the Hudson Valley Renegades of the New York–Penn League, Class A affiliate of the Rays, playing at second base for them while batting fifth in the order. He hit for the cycle in his first professional game, going 5-for-6 with five runs scored and three RBIs, leading the Renegades to a 16–4 victory over the Batavia Muckdogs. Kay hit a three-run home run in his first professional at-bat, following with a double in his third at-bat and singles in his fourth and fifth, before drilling a triple in the eight inning to complete a five-hit, five-run game and a cycle in his first professional contest.[32] In 42 total games for Hudson Valley he slashed .314/.376/.491 with two home runs and 20 RBIs. He spent 2015 with the Bowling Green Hot Rods where he batted .251 with one home run and 31 RBIs in 118 games, and 2016 with the Charlotte Stone Crabs where he posted a .242 batting average with eight home runs and 45 RBIs in 115 games. In 2017, Kay played for both the Durham Bulls and Montgomery Biscuits, compiling a combined .265 batting average with seven home runs and 54 RBIs in 115 total games between both teams.[33]

José Mujica[edit]

José Mujica
Tampa Bay Rays – No. 65
Pitcher
Born: (1996-06-29) June 29, 1996 (age 22)
Valencia, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

José Mujica (born June 29, 1996) is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Mujica signed with the Tampa Bay Rays as an international free agent in July 2012. The Rays added him to their 40-man roster after the 2017 season.[34]

Kevin Padlo[edit]

Kevin Padlo
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Padlo with the Bowling Green Hot Rods in 2016
Los Angeles Angels
Third baseman
Born: (1996-07-15) July 15, 1996 (age 22)
Murrieta, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Kevin Michael Padlo (born July 15, 1996) is an American professional baseball third baseman for the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Padlo attended Murrieta Valley High School in Murrieta, California. He committed to attend the University of San Diego on a college baseball scholarship.[35] The Colorado Rockies selected Padlo in the fifth round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft.[36] Rather than enroll in college, Padlo signed with the Rockies, receiving a $650,000 signing bonus.[37] The Rockies assigned Padlo to the Asheville Tourists of the Class A South Atlantic League in 2015. He struggled, and was demoted to the Boise Hawks of the Class A-Short Season Northwest League.[38][39] Padlo spent the entire 2015 season with the Hawks, and was named a preseason and midseason Northwest League All-Star.[40]

On January 28, 2016, the Rockies traded Padlo and Corey Dickerson to the Tampa Bay Rays for Jake McGee and Germán Márquez.[41] He spent the 2016 season with the Bowling Green Hot Rods of the Class A Midwest League, where he batted .229 with 16 home runs and 66 RBI's. Kevin Padlo was traded to the Los Angeles Angels for Francisco Pena[42] He spent 2017 with the Charlotte Stone Crabs, posting a .223 batting average with 6 home runs and 35 RBI's. After the season, the Rays assigned Padlo to the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League.[43]

Jermaine Palacios[edit]

Jermaine Palacios
Tampa Bay Rays
Shortstop
Born: (1996-07-19) July 19, 1996 (age 22)
Barquisimeto, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jermaine Manuel Palacios Leon (born July 19, 1996) is a Venezuelan professional baseball infielder for the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Palacios signed as an international free agent with the Minnesota Twins organization in 2014 and made his debut that same year, for the DSL Twins, where he spent the whole season, posting a .270 batting average with 29 RBIs and 14 stolen bases in 49 games. In 2015, he played for both the GCL Twins and the Elizabethton Twins, posting a combined .370 batting average with three home runs and 37 RBIs in 57 total games between both teams. He spent 2016 with the Cedar Rapids Kernals where he batted .222 with one home run and 28 RBIs in 71 games. He began the 2017 season back with Cedar Rapids, and after batting .320 with 11 home runs and 39 RBIs in 62 games, was promoted to the Fort Myers Miracle where he finished the season with a .269 batting average with two home runs and 28 RBIs in another 62 games.[44][45]

On February 18, 2018, the Twins traded Palacios to the Tampa Bay Rays for Jake Odorizzi.[46] He began 2018 with the Montgomery Biscuits.

Colin Poche[edit]

Colin Poche
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Poche pitches for the 2013 Arkansas Razorbacks
Tampa Bay Rays
Pitcher
Born: (1994-01-17) January 17, 1994 (age 24)
Flower Mound, Texas
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Colin Michael Poche (born January 17, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Poche attended Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas. He was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft out of high school, but did not sign and attended the University of Arkansas, where he played college baseball.[47][48] In June 2014, he underwent Tommy John Surgery and did not pitch in 2015.[49] After two years at Arkansas, he transferred to Dallas Baptist University. After one year at Dallas Baptist, Poche was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 14th round of the 2016 MLB Draft.[50]

Poche signed, made his professional debut that same season with the Hillsboro Hops, and spent the whole season there, going 1-2 with a 3.19 ERA in 31 innings. He pitched 2017 with the Kane County Cougars and Visalia Rawhide where he compiled a combined 3-1 record and 1.25 ERA in 50.1 innings pitched out of the bullpen.[51] After the season he pitched in the Arizona Fall League.[52]

Poche started 2018 with the Jackson Generals. On May 1, he was acquired by the Tampa Bay Rays as a player to be named later to complete the Steven Souza trade from February 2018.[53] After three games with the Montogmery Biscuits, Poche was promoted to the Triple-A Durham Bulls of the International League.[54] Poche was named to the 2018 MLB Pipeline team of the year after pitching to a 0.82 ERA in 66 innings between both levels.[55]

Jesús Sánchez[edit]

Jesús Sánchez
Tampa Bay Rays
Outfielder
Born: (1997-10-07) October 7, 1997 (age 20)
Higüey, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jesús Sánchez (born October 7, 1997) is a Dominican professional baseball outfielder in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Sánchez signed with the Tampa Bay Rays as an international free agent in June 2014.[56] He made his professional debut in 2015 with the Dominican Summer League Rays and spent the whole season there, slashing .335/.382/.498 with four home runs and 45 RBIs in 61 games. He played 2016 with the Gulf Coast Rays and Princeton Rays, compiling a combined .329 batting average with seven home runs, 39 RBIs, and a .900 OPS in 56 total games between the two teams, and 2017 with the Bowling Green Hot Rods[57] where he batted .305 with 15 home runs and 82 RBIs in 117 games.[58] He began 2018 with the Charlotte Stone Crabs. He was named to the 2018 MLB Futures Game and will play for the World team.

Nick Solak[edit]

Nick Solak
Tampa Bay Rays
Second baseman
Born: (1995-01-11) January 11, 1995 (age 23)
Woodridge, Illinois
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Nicholas Blake Solak (born January 11, 1995) is an American professional baseball infielder in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Solak played college baseball at Louisville.[59][60][61] He was drafted by the New York Yankees in the second round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft.[62] He made his professional debut with the Staten Island Yankees.[63] He finished the 2016 season with a .321 batting average and 3 homers.[64] In 2017, Solak maintained a batting average over .300 the entire season for the Tampa Yankees, hitting 10 home runs with 44 RBIs and 13 stolen bases before getting promoted to Double-A Trenton Thunder on August 1,[65] where he finished the season slashing .286/.344/429.[66]

On February 18, 2018, the Yankees sent Solak to the Tampa Bay Rays in a three-team trade, in which the Yankees acquired Brandon Drury from the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Diamondbacks acquired Steven Souza from the Tampa Bay Rays and Taylor Widener from the Yankees, and the Rays acquired Anthony Banda and two players to be named later from the Diamondbacks.[67]

Curtis Taylor[edit]

Curtis Taylor
Tampa Bay Rays
Pitcher
Born: (1995-07-25) July 25, 1995 (age 23)
Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Curtis W. Taylor (born July 25, 1995) is a Canadian professional baseball pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Taylor attended University of British Columbia. He was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the fourth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft.[68][69] Taylor made his professional debut with the Hillsboro Hops and spent the whole 2016 season there, posting a 1-0 record with a 2.20 ERA with 23 strikeouts in 16.1 innings pitched. In 2017, he played for the Kane County Cougars where he pitched to a 3-4 record and 3.32 ERA in 13 games started.[70][71]

On November 30, 2017, the Diamondbacks traded Taylor to the Tampa Bay Rays for Brad Boxberger.[72]

Carlos Vargas[edit]

Carlos Vargas
Tampa Bay Rays
Shortstop / First baseman
Born: (1999-03-18) March 18, 1999 (age 19)
Moca, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Carlos Jose Vargas Polanco (born March 18, 1999) is a Dominican professional baseball shortstop in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Vargas signed with the Seattle Mariners as an international free agent in July 2015.[73] He made his professional debut in 2016 with the DSL Mariners and spent the whole season there, posting a .242 batting average with seven home runs and 35 RBIs.

On January 11, 2017, Vargas was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays, along with Mallex Smith and Ryan Yarbrough, for Drew Smyly.[74] The Rays assigned him to the GCL Rays where he spent the whole 2017 season, batting .245 with five home runs and 27 RBIs.[75]

Kean Wong[edit]

Kean Wong
Tampa Bay Rays
Second baseman
Born: (1995-04-17) April 17, 1995 (age 23)
Hilo, Hawaii
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Kean Keanu Wong (born April 17, 1995) is an American professional baseball second baseman who plays in Minor League Baseball for the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Wong attended Waiakea High School in Hilo, Hawaii. He committed to play college baseball at the University of Hawaii.[76] The Tampa Bay Rays selected Wong in the fourth round of the 2013 MLB draft.[77] He signed with the Rays, receiving a $400,000 signing bonus. After he signed, he played for the Gulf Coast Rays of the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League[78] where he slashed .328/.377/.390 with 22 RBIs in 46 games.

Wong spent 2014 with the Bowling Green Hot Rods of the Class A Midwest League where he batted .306 with two home runs and 24 RBIs in 106 games. He was promoted to the Charlotte Stone Crabs in 2015, where he posted a .274 batting average with one home runs and 36 RBIs along with 15 stolen bases in 103 games. In 2016, Wong played for the Montgomery Biscuits where he batted .276 with five home runs and 56 RBIs in 117 games.[79] In 2017, Wong played for the Durham Bulls where he posted a .265 average with five home runs and 44 RBIs in 105 games and was named the MVP of the Triple-A National Championship Game.[80]

His father, Kaha, instructed him on how to play baseball. His older brother, Kolten Wong, plays in MLB.[81]

Stephen Woods[edit]

Stephen Woods
Tampa Bay Rays
Pitcher
Born: (1995-06-10) June 10, 1995 (age 23)
Huntington, New York
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Stephen Hugo Woods Jr. (born June 10, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Woods attended Half Hollow Hills East High School in Dix Hills, New York. While pitching for the school's baseball team in 2013, he threw two consecutive no-hitters.[82]

The Tampa Bay Rays selected him in the sixth round of the 2013 MLB draft, but he did not sign with the Rays. He enrolled at State University of New York at Albany, and played college baseball for the Albany Great Danes.[83] In the summer of 2014, he played collegiate summer baseball for the North Fork Ospreys of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League.[84] After his junior year, the San Francisco Giants selected him in the eighth round of the 2016 MLB draft. Woods signed with the Giants rather than return to Albany for his senior year.[83][85] He spent his first professional season with both the AZL Giants and the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, posting a combined 1-2 record and 3.34 ERA in 35 total innings. In 2017, he played for the Augusta GreenJackets, going 6-7 with a 2.95 ERA in 110 innings.[86]

On December 20, 2017, the Giants traded Woods, Denard Span, Christian Arroyo, and Matt Krook to the Rays for Evan Longoria and cash considerations.[87]

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Double-A[edit]

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  •  8 Mac James
  •  7 Brett Sullivan

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  • 16 Michael Brosseau

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Class A-Advanced[edit]

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  • 14 Blake Bivens
  • 23 Brock Burke
  • 35 J. D. Busfield
  • 31 Yoel Espinal
  • 37 Trevor Charpie
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  • 10 Spencer Jones
  • 21 Reece Karalus
  • 16 Brandon Koch Injury icon 2.svg
  • 34 Zack Mozingo
  • 34 Riley O'Brien
  • 38 Willy Ortiz
  • 13 Ivan Pelaez
  • 22 Kenny Rosenberg
  •  3 Hunter Schryver
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  • 25 Alexis Tapia

Catchers

  • 30 Zacrey Law
  • 20 Rene Pinto

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  • 19 Reinaldo Ruiz

Coaches

  • 32 German Melendez
  • 33 Joe Szekely
  • 18 Steve Watson (pitching)


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Class A[edit]

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  • 22 Tyler Day Injury icon 2.svg
  • 11 Jose Disla
  • 27 Josh Fleming
  • 34 Austin Franklin
  • 17 Kyle Goodbrand
  • 30 Resley Linares
  • 19 Tobias Myers
  • 36 Orlando Romero
  • 29 Tommy Romero
  • 43 Jhonleider Salinas
  • 14 Phoenix Sanders
  • 37 Drew Strotman Injury icon 2.svg
  • 33 Alex Valverde
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  •  7 Mikey York
  • 28 Tyler Zombro

Catchers

  • 4 Alexander Alvarez
  • 24 Ronaldo Hernandez

Infielders

  •  2 Vidal Brujan
  • 32 Devin Davis
  •  5 Trey Hair
  • 20 Jim Haley
  • 15 Zach Rutherford
  • 10 Taylor Walls

Outfielders

  • 25 Eleardo Cabrera
  •  9 Carl Chester
  • 21 Moises Gomez
  • 13 Emilio Gustave


Manager

  •  1 Craig Albernaz

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Short A[edit]

Hudson Valley Renegades roster
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Pitchers

  • 11 Paul Campbell
  • 36 Trey Cumbie
  • 35 Andrew Gist
  • 15 Miller Hogan
  • 14 Jack Labosky
  • 34 Nick Lee
  • 31 Easton McGee
  • 16 Michael Mercado
  • 19 B.J. Myers
  • 29 Jesus Ortiz
  • 17 Nicholas Padilla
  • 18 Blake Pflughaupt
  • 38 Simon Rosenblum-Larson
  • 33 Joe Ryan
  • 28 Alan Strong

Catchers

  • 26 Chris Betts
  • 12 David Parrett
  • -- Mac Seibert

Infielders

  •  5 Tyler Frank
  •  4 Garrett Giovannelli
  • 37 Jacson McGowan
  •  7 Ford Proctor
  • 13 Adrian Rondon
  •  6 Allen Smoot

Outfielders

  •  2 Justin Bridgman
  •  1 Bryce Brown
  • 10 Tanner Dodson
  • 32 Marvin Malone
  • 24 Michael Smith
  •  9 Jake Stone

Designated hitters

  • 21 Erik Ostberg

Manager

  •  3 Blake Butera

Coaches

  • 44 Alejandro Freire (hitting)
  • 23 Jose Gonzalez (pitching)
  • 22 Sean Smedley (coach)


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Advanced Rookie[edit]

Princeton Rays roster
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Pitchers

  • 19 Garrett Anderson
  • -- Sandy Brito
  • 38 Josh Fleming
  • 18 Kyle Goodbrand
  • 31 Easton McGee
  • 40 Luis Moncada
  • 35 Joel Peguero
  • 30 Cristopher Sanchez
  • 17 Dylan Thompson
  • 25 Zack Trageton

Catchers

  • -- David Parrett

Infielders

  •  2 Trey Hair
  • 22 Kevin Santiago
  •  7 Seaver Whalen

Outfielders

  •  1 Bryce Brown
  •  5 Andrew Miller
  •  9 Michael Smith
  • 16 José Tonton


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Jim Paduch (pitching)
  • 44 Wuarnner Rincones (hitting)


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Rookie[edit]

Gulf Coast League Rays roster
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  • 31 Juan Carlos Arias
  • 17 Paul Campbell
  • 44 Trevor Charpie
  • 30 Angel Felipe
  • 53 Wilson Garcia
  • 45 Miguel Lara
  • 26 Wanderson Linares
  • 31 Justin Marsden
  • 16 Michael Mercado
  • 15 Reynier Montero
  • 23 Arturo Mujica
  • 18 Jesus Ortiz
  • 28 Angel Rodriguez
  • 34 Jeffrey Rosa
  • 98 Francisco Sanchez

Catchers

  • 21 Alexander Alvarez
  •  6 Roberto Alvarez
  • 11 Jordyn Muffley

Infielders

  • 10 Jonathan Aranda
  • 35 Vincent Byrd
  • -- Osmy Gregorio
  •  1 Luis Leon
  • 39 Cristhian Pedroza
  •  3 Allen Smoot
  • 25 Carlos Vargas

Outfielders

  •  9 Pedro Diaz
  • 24 Tony Pena
  •  4 Sabriel Polanco
  • 37 Yerson Santana

Designated hitters

  • 14 Erik Ostberg

Manager

  • -- Tomas Francisco

Coaches

  • -- Alberto Bastardo (pitching)
  • -- Rafael Guerrero


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Foreign Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Rays 1 roster
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Pitchers

  • 45 Jose Alejandro
  • 70 Jaime Arauz
  • 32 Marquito Casilla
  • 56 Jhoanbert Cedeno
  • 62 Ennder Cespedes
  • 41 Franklin Dacosta
  • 34 Christian Fernandez
  • 67 Jeremy Galan
  • 68 Wilson Garcia
  • 39 Carlos Gomez
  • 71 Luis Medina
  • 51 Rafael Prensa
  • 65 Angel Ramirez
  • 31 Aldor Rodriguez
  • 61 Stanly Sabino
  • 41 Francisco Sanchez
  • 49 Daniel Santana
  • 63 Fraylin Santos
  • 72 Luis Trinidad

Catchers

  •  8 Angel Nelo
  • 16 Luis Perez
  • 10 Fermin Villasmil

Infielders

  • 14 Amador Arias
  •  1 Luis Arias
  •  3 Alfredo Balbuena
  • 19 Jose Del Palacio
  • 15 Juan Garcia
  •  9 Johan Lopez
  • 20 Jose Pereira
  • 25 Bryan Santos

Outfielders

  • 29 Roimer Bolivar
  • 28 Raider Brito
  • 18 Victor Cervantes
  • 23 Yunior Martinez


Manager

  • 27 Esteban Gonzalez

Coaches

  • 14 Ivan Ochoa (hitting)
  • 40 Roberto Yil (pitching)


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Pitchers

  • 34 Emilio Alfonzo
  • 44 Marquito Casilla
  • 49 Jhoanbert Cedeno
  • 61 Dauris Cordero
  • 70 Johan Cuevas
  • 64 Luis Duran
  • 68 Christian Fernandez
  • 45 Yeury Garcia
  • 36 Carlos Gomez
  • 33 Jesus Hernandez
  • 39 Maicor Leon
  • 71 Luis Medina
  • 32 Fernando Melo
  • 55 Victor Munoz
  • 62 Rafael Prensa
  • 52 Angel Ramirez
  • 66 Leonardo Sanchez
  • 56 Roybell Santodomingo
  • 53 Henry Torres
  • 38 Luis Trinidad

Catchers

  • 29 Edgardo Rodriguez
  • 11 Gioser Tejada
  • 22 Robert Valera
  • 31 Fermin Villasmil

Infielders

  •  3 Amador Arias
  • 30 Freddvil Chavez
  •  1 Albert Figuereo
  •  7 Jose Pereira
  •  2 Abiezel Ramirez
  • 18 Dewins Verbel

Outfielders

  • 27 Johampher Arrendoll
  •  9 Sal Fortuna
  • 25 Dahiandy Johnson
  • 24 Cryan Santos


Manager

  • 15 Julio Zorrilla

Coaches

  • -- Omar Luna (hitting)
  • 60 Levi Romero (pitching)


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