Cards Spring Working Minors Rosters: Hitters

67 St. Louis Cardinals minor league position players have joined the pitchers in having been assigned to working rosters during their minor league spring training camp in Jupiter, Florida.

Following yesterday's listing of the St. Louis Cardinals minor league working rosters, we add the initial designation of the 67 position players currently in camp.

Same caution as last time: Do not read too much into these preliminary rosters yet. As play continues and major league cuts occur, there is expected to be considerable adjustments by level, mostly downward.

Memphis Springfield Palm Beach Quad Cities 1 Quad Cities 2
Catchers
Christiansen, Ryan Anderson, Bryan Carpenter, David Alvarado, Wilmer Bussiere, Garrett
Hernandez, Michel Pagnozzi, Matt Falcon, Omar Gonzalez, Steve Mulligan, Casey
Sanchez, Danilo Grossman, Chris Guerrero, Henry Thomas, Scott
Yarbrough, Brandon Reyes, Christian
1st Basemen
Dryer, Matt Roth, Randy Hamilton, Mark Buckman, Brandon
Ferris, Mike
Infielders
Hoffpauir, Jarrett Estrada, Kevin Contreras, Jose Garcia, Isa Groff, Will
McCoy, Mike Greene, Tyler Craig, Allen Salazar, Jose Lopez, Christian
Nelson, John Lucena, Juan Landin, Jaime Sandoval, Willian Pham, Tommy
Washington, Rico Richardson, Juan Martinez, Jose Schweitzer, Jared
Nelson, Dan Solano, Donovan
Rowlett, Casey
Outfielders
Gorecki, Reid Church, Ian Gabriel, Chad Edwards, Jon Mitchell, Travis
Jay, Jon Danielson, Sean Jones, Daryl Gorsett, Luke Owens, Malcolm
Marti, Amaury Lemanczyk, Matt Robinson, Shane Rapaport, Jim Pujols, Wil
Stavinoha, Nick Mather, Joe Smith, C.J. Shorey, Mark Grooms, Ryan
Wilkerson, Matt Southard, Nathan Rivera, Francisco
Van Slyke, A.J.

Minor league games begin next week, on Wednesday, March 14. Follow this link for the full Cardinals minor league spring training schedules.



Brian Walton can be reached via email at brwalton@earthlink.net.

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