New York Yankees announce 58-man “summer camp” roster

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On Sunday, the New York Yankees announced their 58-man “summer camp” preseason training roster. This roster will be practicing at Yankee Stadium until the season begins. Once the season begins, the team can only carry 30 players. The roster is as follows:

Catchers:

Kyle Higashioka, #66



Chris Iannetta, #22

Erik Kratz, #38

Max McDowell, #78

Gary Sanchez, #24

Josh Thole, #30

Infielders:

Matt Duffy, #18

Thairo Estrada, #71

Mike Ford, #72

Kyle Holder, #76

DJ LeMahieu, #26

Gleyber Torres, #25

Gio Urshela, #29

Luke Voit, #59

Infielders/Outfielders:

Miguel Andujar, #41

Rosell Herrera, #12

Tyler Wade, #14

Outfielders:

Estevan Florial, #90

Clint Frazier, #77

Brett Gardner, #11

Zach Granite, #74

Aaron Hicks, #31

Aaron Judge, #99

Giancarlo Stanton, #27

Mike Tauchman, #39

Pitchers

Albert Abreu, #84

Domingo Acevedo, #95

Daniel Alvarez, #97

Luis Avilan, #70

Zach Britton, #53

Luis Cessa, #85

Aroldis Chapman, #54

Gerrit Cole, #45

Deivi Garcia, #83

Luis Gil, #81

Chad Green, #57

David Hale, #75

JA Happ, #33

Ben Heller, #61

Jonathan Holder, #56

Tommy Kahnle, #48

Michael King, #73

Brooks Kriske, #82

Jonathan Loaisiga, #43

Tyler Lyons, #58

Luis Medina, #80

Jordan Montgomery, #47

Nick Nelson, #79

Dan Otero, #36

Adam Ottavino, #0

James Paxton, #65

Adonis Rosa, #96

Clarke Schmidt, #86

Masahiro Tanaka, #19

Nick Tropeano, #35

Alexander Vizcaino, #87

Miguel Yajure, #89

Tony Zych, #62

The team can have up to 60 players on their summer roster, although the team is choosing to have just 58. The players are expected to report to Yankee Stadium by Wednesday. The season opener will be on July 23rd against the Washington Nationals. Teams can schedule a few scrimmages prior to the season opener.

Like the regular spring training roster, many of the players on the summer roster are not expected to make it onto the Major League club. But, with Minor League baseball expected to be canceled, it’s important for young players to show the big-league coaches what they are made of.

After a long wait, baseball is finally back this week!

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