Rays Extended Spring Training Roster

The Rays began extended spring training games on Monday for players who were not assigned to full-season affiliates. The extended roster features the addition of 14 new players from the original spring training roster. In all there are 29 pitchers, 7 catchers, 12 infielders, 6 outfielders and 9 players on rehab assignment.

* denotes new addition from spring training roster

Pitchers (29)

Wilmer Almonte
Jeff Ames
Daniel Bream
Zach Butler
Shay Crawford
*Hugo Duarte
*Ely Echarry
Jacob Faria
Theron Geith
Issac Gil
*Joan Guerrero
Taylor Guerrieri
Jesse Hahn
*Stepan Havlicek
Brandon Henderson
Kevin James
Marcus Jensen
Ian Kendall
*Reinaldo Lopez
Jose Molina
*Eduar Quinonez
Matt Ramsey
*Pedro Silvestre
Garret Smith
Blake Snell
Matt Spann
*Bruedlin Suero
Matthew Swilley
Justin Woodall

Catchers (7)

Jesus Arazia
*Adrian Bravo-Carmona
Jake DePew
Oscar Hernandez
Omar Narvaez
Justin O'Conner
Ian Tomkins

Infielders (12)

John Alexander
*Joel Barroso
Johnny Eierman
Travis Flores
*Darryl George
Felix Gonzalez
Brandon Martin
Julian Morillo
*Cesar Perez
*Jonathan Quinonez
Leonardo Reginatto
Ariel Soriano

Outfielders (6)

*Ismel Antunez
DeShun Dixon
Granden Goetzman
James Harris
Craige Lyerly
Josh Sale

Rehab (9)

Chris Andujar
Nick Barnese
Jay Buente
Jairo De La Rosa
Richard De Los Santos
Lenny Linsky
Brett Nommensen
Ricky Orta
Zach Quate



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