Cubs MLB Roster

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40-Man Roster Info

40 players are on the MLB RESERVE LIST (roster is full), plus two players are on the 60-DAY IL

26 players on MLB RESERVE LIST are ACTIVE, plus seven players are on OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT to minors and seven players are on the 15-DAY IL

Last updated 5-21-2024

* bats or throws left
# bats both

PITCHERS: 13
Javier Assad
Ben Brown
Jose Cuas
Kyle Hendricks
Porter Hodge 
* Shota Imanaga
Mark Leiter Jr
* Luke Little
Tyson Miller
Hector Neris
* Justin Steele
Jameson Taillon
Hayden Wesneski

CATCHERS: 2
Miguel Amaya
Yan Gomes

INFIELDERS: 7
* Michael Busch
Nico Hoerner
Nick Madrigal
Christopher Morel
Dansby Swanson
Luis Vazquez
Patrick Wisdom

OUTFIELDERS: 4
* Cody Bellinger
# Ian Happ
Seiya Suzuki
* Mike Tauchman

OPTIONED: 7
Kevin Alcantara, OF
Michael Arias, P
Alexander Canario, OF
* Pete Crow-Armstrong, OF
Brennen Davis, OF
* Miles Mastrobuoni, INF
* Matt Mervis, 1B

15-DAY IL: 7
Yency Almonte, P
Albert Alzolay, P
Colten Brewer, P
Daniel Palencia, P
* Drew Smyly, P
Keegan Thompson, P
* Jordan Wicks, P

60-DAY IL: 2
Caleb Kilian, P
Julian Merryweather, P

 





Minor League Rosters
Rule 5 Draft 
Minor League Free-Agents

2024 Cubs Extended Spring Training Roster

4/21 UPDATE:

RHP Gabriel Agrazal has been moved up to Lo-A Myrtle Beach. 

see UPDATED EXTENDED SPRING TRAINING ROSTER below

 



4/19 UPDATE

RHP Brody McCullough (post-2023 knee surgery) has completed his rehab at Extended Spring Training and has been moved-up to Hi-A South Bend. 

 



4/17 UPDATE

OF Joan Delgado and INF Eriandys Ramon have been moved up from the Cubs Dominican Academy to Mesa and they have been added to the Cubs Extended Spring Training roster. 

 

 



4/16 UPDATE

RHP Grayson Moore has been moved up from EXST to Hi-A South Bend, RHP Vince Reilly and RHP Luis Rujano have been moved-up from EXST to Lo-A Myrtle Beach, and RHP Scarlyn Lebron has been moved down from Lo-A Myrtle Beach to EXST.  
 

 



4/15 UPDATE

INF Derniche Valdez has returned to Extended Spring Training after an absence of about three weeks.  
 




4/14 UPDATE

OF Leonel Espinoza has been moved up from EXST to Lo-A Myrtle Beach.  

 




4/12 UPDATE

RHP Luis Devers, 1B-OF Felix Stevens, and OF Brennen Davis have been moved-up from EXST to Hi-A South Bend (B. Davis is technically on a 20-day rehab assignment from AAA Iowa).   

  



4/11 UPDATE

RHP Yoendris Gonzalez has been moved-up from the Cubs Dominican Academy to Mesa and has been added to the Cubs Extended Spring Training roster, RHP Jeral Vizcaino (2023 DSL) and C (ex-OF) Frank Hernandez have been moved-up from EXST to Myrtle Beach, and OF David Peralta (October 2023 flexor tendon surgery) has completed his rehab at Extended Spring Training and has joined the AAA Iowa Cubs.  

Y. Gonzalez was signed by the Cubs out of Cuba in 2022 and was at AZ Instructs post-2022, but he spent the entire 2023 season on the DSL Cubs Blue squad 60-day IL. 

 




2024 CUBS EXTENDED SPRING TRAINING ROSTER (last updated 4-17-2024)

35 players are ACTIVE

* bats or throwsd left 
# bats both

PITCHERS: 19
* Daniel Brown
JC Coronado 
* Miguel Cruz (2023 DSL)
* Ethan Flanagan (ACTIVE REHAB)
Yoendris Gonzalez (2022 DSL / 2023 60-day IL) 
Scarlyn Lebron
Fraiman Marte (2023 DSL)
Luis Martinez-Gomez
Wilme Mora  
Naz Mule (ACTIVE REHAB)
Eligio Paredes (Development List) 
Mat Peters (on Restricted List - see NOTE-1)
Luis A. Reyes
Ethan Roberts (ACTIVE REHAB) 
Yenrri Rojas
Freilyn Silverio
Sam Thoresen (ACTIVE REHAB)
JP Wheat (ACTIVE REHAB) 
Jaxon Wiggins (ACTIVE REHAB)
NOTE-1: Even though he is on the Restricted List, Peters is allowed to participate fully at Minor League Camp (and then later in Extended Spring Training) and play in intrasquad and non-Cactus League minor league games.

CATCHERS: 4
# Jairo Diaz (see NOTE-2
Yidel Diaz (2023 DSL) 
Miguel Pabon (ACTIVE REHAB)
Adan Sanchez 
NOTE-2: J. Diaz is listed at Baseball Reference as a right-handed hitter and at milb.com as a left-handed hitter, but he is actually a switch-hitter

INFIELDERS: 7 
Angel Cepeda (2023 DSL) 
* Jose Escobar
* Albert Gutierrez (2023 DSL - see NOTE-3)
Scott McKeon (Development List) 
* Yahil Melendez
# Eriandys Ramon (2023 DSL)
Derniche Valdez (2023 DSL - on Restricted List)
NOTE-3: Gutierrez is listed at Baseball Reference and at milb.com as a right-handed hitter, but he is definitely a left-handed hitter.

OUTFIELDERS: 5 
Bradlee Beesley (Development List) 
Joan Delgado (2023 DSL)
Geuri Lubo (ex-INF)
Alfonsin Rosario (see NOTE-4
* Anderson Suriel 
NOTE-4: A. Rosario is listed at Baseball Reference and at milb.com as having been born in Lexington, SC, with a height & weight of 6'6 210, but he actually was born in the Dominican Republic (his brother is Padres INF Eguy Rosario) and his height / weight is actually 6'0 220 (so he is actually six inches shorter and ten pounds heavier than he is listed!). So he looks more like Kirby Puckett than Dave Winfield. And although he was not born in the U. S., he did attend HS in Lexington, SC. 

LIMITED ACTIVITY REHAB: 2  
Michael Carico, C 
Ismael Mena, OF 

LONG-TERM REHAB: 12
Hunter Bigge, P 
* Burl Carraway, P
Will Frisch, P  
Landon Ginn, P
Saul Gonzalez, P 
Caleb Kilian, P 
Grant Kipp, P 
Ben Leeper, P
Johzan Oquendo, P  
Joel Sierra, P 
Kevin Valdez, P 
Edward Vargas, OF (2023 DSL) 

 




MANAGER
Corey Ray 

COACHES
Collin Andrews 
Andrew Craig
Yovanny Cuevas
Clayton Mortensen
Chris Pieters
Connor Rooney 
Kyle Sutherland 
Desi Wilson 
Jose Zapata

BULLPEN CATCHER: 2
Alex Elizondo
Hunter Hudson

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  • crunch (view)

    cubs get one!  infield popup and m.busch ends up on 2nd.  wind owes cubs fans...need to get that run in to make it more fair.

    cashed in!  tie game!

  • crunch (view)

    assad get d.ross'd after 4.2ip...men on the corners...102 pitches thrown (104 his season and career high).

  • crunch (view)

    cubs out here giving away chances at outs with the defense...not the first time this year...too many times this year.

    i understand 2 of the 3 miscues (so far in the 5th) were wind-aided, but still...damn...

  • crunch (view)

    big OF shot on the bleachers and judging by what i'm seeing, about 75%+ of those baseball-bat "mugs" of beer seem to be sold to the bleacher fans.

  • crunch (view)

    ryne sandberg posted his latest scans show no cancer.

    that's good.  that said, you gotta wait a few years to see where you're truly at with something like stage 4 metastatic prostate cancer.  if it didn't metastasize to his bones, he's already got an advantage with the latest news...that area of metastasis seems to be one of the worst signs of survival with this particular cancer.

    he will be monitored for the rest of his life until his age/health dictates it's no longer neccessary.

    good news for now.  hopefully he's one of the slightly better than 1/3rd that survive stage 4 prostate cancer after 5 years.  this news is a great start.

  • crunch (view)

    1- NICE!

    2- boo.

  • Eric S (view)

    Interesting pre-game news from Craig Counsell:

    • Professor moved to the bullpen, for now
    • Adbert seeking a second opinion on the forearm strain (sounds ominous)
  • crunch (view)

    yeah, pitch framing is another defensive love interest I don't understand.  i mean, it's nice, but it's elevated importance is way overblown (imo) since the data points to a couple calls of a ball/strike a game that's influenced.

    STL's love affair with it involved getting contreras out of the C position for a while last year...which showed no improvement with his C replacements even keeping his bat in the lineup as a DH.  this year it cost STL his great bat for months, if not the whole season, because they moved him closer to the plate to help frame better.

    you know what's undervalued now for catcher?  stolen bases.  the pizza boxes on the field have people running.  both gunning down runners and being able to do so should be a bit more important.  contreras had a good 33% CS rate, but more importantly his arm and ability only had 9 attempts to steal on him in 20 games (6sb 3cs).  i would say this is much more important than gaming 2-ish ball/strike calls your way per game.

  • Dolorous Jon Lester (view)

    Somewhat OT: I used to be staunchly against robo balls and strikes. I’m growing more and more in favor of it. When I pitched in high school I always tried to extend the outside corner but watching at mlb level, I’m just tired of watching crappy hitting catchers stay in the big leagues too long because they’re good pitch framers. The two Cubs catchers can’t hit, can’t throw, but they’re good pitch framers and the pitchers like them. We sadly are now stuck with DH in both leagues (a travesty), so since we’re going all in on offense, get these worthless bum catchers out of baseball.

    If umpires insist on calling balls and strikes, I think it’s insane some of these guys get to do that. They should have two sets of rotating umpires; base umpires and home plate umpires.

  • Charlie (view)

    Sorry for the Mark Prior tag. I'm posting from mobile and it's not letting me remove it. I feel haunted.