2013 Cubs Minor League Camp Rosters (Updated 3/26)

Here are the Cubs Minor League Camp rosters as of yesterday (3/26). 

* bats or throws left
# bats both

IOWA (34+5)

PITCHERS (18+3):
Frank Batista
Esmailin Caridad
Drew Carpenter
Jaye Chapman
Casey Coleman
Rafael Dolis
Carlos Gutierrez
Marcus Hatley
Jensen Lewis
Chang-Yong Lim (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
Barret Loux
Marcos Mateo (INACTIVE - TJS REHAB)
Trey McNutt
Yoanner Negrin
Blake Parker
* Brooks Raley
* Chris Rusin
Brian Schlitter
Nick Struck
Casey Weathers (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
* Dontrelle Willis

CATCHERS (4):
Michael Brenly
Jair Fernandez
Chad Noble

INFIELDERS (7+2):
# Arismendy Alcantara
* Justin Bour
Junior Lake (INACTIVE - RIB INJURY)
Edwin Maysonet
* Brad Nelson
Greg Rohan (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
# Tim Torres
* Logan Watkins
Josh Vitters

OUTFIELDERS (5):
* Brian Bogusevic
Johermyn Chavez
Darnell McDonald
* Rubi Silva
Ty Wright

TENNESSEE (32+4):

PITCHERS (18+4):
Dallas Beeler
* Kyler Burke (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
Alberto Cabrera
David Cales
Marcelo Carreno (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
Yeiper Castillo
* Hunter Cervenka (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
* Frank del Valle
* Casey Harman
Kyle Hendricks
* Eric Jokisch
* Austin Kirk
Matt Loosen
* Jeff Lorick
A. J. Morris
Dae-Eun Rhee
Kevin Rhoderick
Armando Rivero (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
* Zac Rosscup
Ryan Searle
Rob Whitenack
Tony Zych

CATCHERS (3):
Luis Flores
# Micah Gibbs
* Rafael Lopez

INFIELDERS (6):
Javier Baez
Dustin Geiger
Jonathon Mota
Elliot Soto
Roni Torreyes
Christian Villanueva

OUTFIELDERS (5):
John Andreoli
Evan Crawford
Jae-Hoon Ha
Jorge Soler
Matt Szczur

DAYTONA (33+2):

PITCHERS (17+1):
* Jeffry Antigua
Zach Cates
Dayan Diaz (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
Eduardo Figueroa
P. J. Francescon
Michael Jensen
Pierce Johnson
Luis Liria
* Sheldon McDonald
* Andrew McKirahan
Starling Peralta
Austin Reed
Jose Rosario
Hayden Simpson
Larry Suarez
Brett Wallach
Ben Wells
Joe Zeller

CATCHERS (4+1):
* Sergio Burruel
Yaniel Cabezas
Taylor Davis
Chadd Krist
NATE MALDONADO (player-coach)

INFIELDERS (7):
David Bote
Steve Bruno
Ben Carhart
* Wes Darvill
Anthony Giansanti
Tim Saunders
* Dan Vogelbach

OUTFIELDERS (5):
* Pin-Chieh Chen
# Zeke DeVoss
Taiwan Easterling
Reggie Golden
* Bijan Rademacher

KANE COUNTY (32+5):

PITCHERS (18+2)
* Hunter Ackerman
Justin Amlung
Jose Arias
Tyler Bremer
Lendy Castillo
* Gerardo Concepcion (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
Josh Conway
Ian Dickson
* Nathan Dorris
Mike Hamann
* Michael Heesch
Jin-Young Kim (LIMITED ACTIVITY ONLY)
Dillon Maples
Chad Martin
Eddie Orozco
Loiger Padron
Felix Pena
Steve Perakslis
Tayler Scott
* Brian Smith

CATCHERS (3+1):
Willson Contreras
Carlos Escobar (INACTIVE - FOOT/ANKLE INJURY)
* Justin Marra
Lance Rymel

INFIELDERS (6+1):
Gioskar Amaya
# Jeimer Candelario
# Marco Hernandez
Carlos Penalver
* Jacob Rogers
* Rock Shoulders
KENNY SOCORRO (player-coach)

OUTFIELDERS (5+1):
Albert Almora (INACTIVE - BROKEN HAND)
Yasiel Balaguert
* Shawon Dunston Jr
Dong-Yub Kim
Trey Martin
# Oliver Zapata

BOISE/MESA (EXTENDED SPRING TRAINING) (30):

PITCHERS (13)
Daniel Adrian
Paul Blackburn
Ethan Elias
Corbin Hoffner
* Matt Iannazzo
Trey Lang
Erick Leal
Ryan McNeil
James Pugliese
* Anthony Prieto
Jasvir Rakkar
Daury Torrez
Duane Underwood

CATCHERS (5):
# Erick Castillo
* Alberto Mineo
* Wilfredo Petit
Rony Rodriguez (ex-OF)
Neftali Rosario

INFIELDERS (7):
Xavier Batista
# Bobby Buckner
* Jose Dore
Jesse Hodges
* Danny Lockhart
# Mark Malave
Brad Zapenas

OUTFIELDERS (5):
Jeffrey Baez
# Rashad Crawford
* Trevor Gretzky
William Hill
* Garrett Schlecht

STATUS/WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN (to me):
Jason Berken, P
Eliecer Bonne, OF
Rafael Diplan, P
* Isaac Garsez, OF
David Henrie, P
Carlos Martinez, P
Juan Carlos Paniagua, P
* Matt Spencer, P
Scott Weismann, P

 

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Good news- David Bote in Daytona camp.

Bad new- Paniagua is Nowhere Man

Vizcaino to 60 day DL....Cubs claim Guillermo Moscoso off waivers.

Awesome. I was just thinking we needed more fly ball pitchers.

I wonder what they see in him?
Was he on Team Russia for the WBC?

mlbtr on Mosc-o-soandso...

The Blue Jays claimed Moscoso off of waivers just a week-and-a-half ago. Last season with the Rockies, the 29-year-old posted a 6.12 ERA with 8.5 K/9 and 3.4 BB/9 in 50 innings. He also started 21 games for the 2011 Athletics, posting a 3.38 ERA with 5.2 K/9 and 2.7 BB/9 in 128 innings.

so does this mean Russell is the only lefty in the pen?

and is Moscoso get Hisanori Takahashi's spot as long reliever?

the Sushi bars in Chicago don't like this move

aside from t.wood russell is the only lefty on the team.

i dunno what they're going to do with the new guy, but i'd imagine taka (a lefty) would break with the team. he's had decent numbers this spring for a deception/weird-pitching guy. he's given up 4 homers in 15ip, though...so *shrug*...guess we'll find out soon enough.

If you throw out Moscoso's COL splits for 2012, here's what you get when he was on the road:

G 12, IP 23, ERA 2.70, H 26, R/ER 7, HR 2, SO 22, BB6, WHIP 1.371, SO/9 8.5, SO/BB 3.67, BAA .286, OBP .327

meh. I still don't get it although his home stats in COL are much worse as one would expect including an ERA of 9.11 and a WHIP 2.02 (26 IP).

AZ PHIL: You have mentioned a handful of potential prospects, but who is your favorite for grooming as the "lockdown closer" of the near future? Maples?

E-MAN: If he ever gets his visa issues resolved, I predict Juan Carlos Paniagua will be the Cubs closer of the future.

AzPhil,

Hope all's well. Thanks for providing us the updated rosters.

a) How has Hayden Simpson looked? I vaguely recall that you had a blurb on his secondary pitches looking intriguing, but I can't find it right now.

b) How do you think the first base depth chart eventually breaks to start the year. More specifically, what do you think the chances are of Vogelbach starting in A+? Betting money is still probably Peoria, but with Hoilman gone, there's a hole at first in AA to start the year. Guess Rafael Lopez could be in the mix to get time there. Maybe they demote one of Nelson/Bour/Rohan. Has Geiger looked decent enough to start in Tennessee at first?

TOONSTER:

a) Ref: Hayden Simpson... Breaking ball looks very good, but fastball velolcity still not there. The end may be near.  

b) I doubt that the Cubs will keep both Justin Bour and Brad Nelson at Iowa, so if they release Nelson and keep Bour at Iowa, then Geiger stays at Tennessee, Vogelbach is with Daytona, and Shoulders is at Kane County. If the Cubs keep Nelson, then I would think it would mean Bour goes back to Tennessee, Geiger goes to Daytona, and Vogelbach would probably go to Kane County and play 1B and Shoulders would play a lot of LF, although Vogelbach and Geiger could alternate between 1B & DH at Daytona (and Geiger could play some 3B), or Vogelbach could alternate with Shoulders between 1B & DH at Kane. The Cubs are apparently still considering the scenarios, because Bour and Nelson were both in the I-Cubs lineup yesterday (Nelson at 1B and Bour at DH).

Is there still downward cascading yet to happen?

There has to be, since most teams have well over their roster limit of players.

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    zobrist with 2HR and a double through 8

    heyward 0-4 :(

    crunch 9 hours 48 min ago view
  • Mark Gonzales @MDGonzales

    Soler likely to return Sunday, Maddon says

    crunch 12 hours 26 min ago view
  • Right now, I'd like to see the Mets first, Giants 2nd.

    I believe that since most of the team from last years' NLCS is on the squad this year, they will really amp their game up even more to kick their ass in payback for 2015.

    The Giants just do not have the depth in years past, and I think all things equal - and at Wrigley - they could handle them.

    I do not want to see the Cards, period. Or their fans, media, or Joe Buck.

    The E-Man 12 hours 45 min ago view
  • I don't want to play Braves in the first round. Any friggin team in the league can win 3 of 5..I hate the first round. Furthermore, I wanted to play the Marlins in 2003 and the Mets over Dodgers last year.

    With that said in reverse order:
    3. Cardinals: It will be devastating to lose in the first round, but even worse to their main rival. It is increased incentive for the Cardinals, especially after last year. Cards would have nothing to lose, Cubs have everything to lose.

    2. Giants: Rotation in the playoffs scare me a bit, but what a lousy team.

    blockhead25 13 hours 28 min ago view
  • 1. Mets--because of the losses in the rotation
    2. Giants--because they're not the team they were BUT they maybe have bullshit even-year magic?
    3. Cardinals--because rivalry and not making the playoffs hurts them more than losing in the NLDS plus getting eliminated by them in the playoffs would make for horrible sports commentary next throughout next season.

    Charlie 15 hours 12 min ago view
  • Who's asking?

    jacos 15 hours 13 min ago view
  • #TeamEntropy

    http://www.si.com/mlb/2016/09/30/team-entropy-update-wild-card-races-al-...

    CLE/DET rained out last night already, possible rain-outs in New York (vs. Baltimore), Boston(vs. Toronto) and Philly(vs. Mets) this weekend too.

    Not only games involving playoff spots that would need to be played, but any that involve home field advantage.

    Rob G. 15 hours 22 min ago view
  • I got the first one! Second one I'm not even sure what even/odd betting is.

    johann 16 hours 9 min ago view
  • any opponent preference for NLDS?

    Mets are down to 1 great pitcher instead of 4. Syndegaard may pitch Sunday which means if Mets win the WC game, he'd be set up for Game 1. There's a chance they clinch a spot by Sunday so he'd pitch the WC and then we'd probably get Colon for Game 1. They've certainly had the hottest bats over the last week and month out of the WC options.

    Rob G. 16 hours 31 min ago view
  • Rob Richardson 21 hours 35 min ago view
  • Can't teach height and thinness

    jacos 23 hours 30 min ago view
  • Hopefully Pirates don't call up A. Lincoln.

    jacos 1 day 9 hours ago view
  • j.buchanan going friday...should be...baseball...or something like it.

    crunch 1 day 9 hours ago view
  • Wow. I didn't know they could do that.

    Nice for Willson, not so much for Addy.

    billybucks 1 day 9 hours ago view
  • Game is officially called...also officially a tie.

    Stats count, no make-up date of course.

     

    Rob G. 1 day 9 hours ago view
  • Yeah -- seeing the weather -- I hope KB and Rizz are inside, wrapped in blankets and drinking hot chocolate.

    billybucks 1 day 10 hours ago view