Saturday, April 22, 2017

2017 Spring Training Roster - Where They Went

2016 Choice Reading
Fightin Phils Playoff #28
2016 Topps Heritage
High Numbers #667
2016 Topps Heritage Minor
League Blue Border #190
2017 Topps Gypsy Queen #4
 
This is the sixth year I've taken a look back at the players who broke camp with the Phillies in February and charted where they all ended up.  This year, the Phillies started with 62 players (40 on the 40-man roster and 22 non-roster invitees) and they added two more players along the way.  25 of the 64 players started the season with the big club in Cincinnati.

Here's a look at where the other 39 players ended up.

Disabled List (1):  Zach Eflin

Released (4):  Sean Burnett, Chris Coghlan, Ryan Hanigan and Bryan Holaday

Coghlan signed with the Blue Jays, Hanigan with the Rockies and Holaday with the Tigers.

Traded (2):  Alec Asher and Tyler Goeddel

In his first start for the Orioles on April 15th, Asher allowed one run and struck out five in 6 1/3 innings.

AAA - Lehigh Valley IronPigs (25):  Jorge Alfaro, Mark Appel, Pedro Beato, Dylan Cozens, J.P. Crawford, Taylor Featherston, Pedro Florimon, Luis Garcia, Hector Gomez, Dalier Hinojosa, Rhys Hoskins, Ben Lively, Michael Mariot, Hoby Milner, Logan Moore, Colton Murray, Cam Perkins, Ricardo Pinto, Nick Pivetta, Roman Quinn, Cesar Ramos, Jake Thompson, Jesmuel Valentin, Pat Venditte and Nick Williams

Hinojosa and Murray began the season on the IronPigs' 7-day disabled list.

AA - Reading Fightin Phils (6):  Drew Anderson, Victor Arano, Elniery Garcia, Scott Kingery, Chace Numata, Andrew Pullin

Arano is on Reading's disabled list and shortly after the season began Garcia was suspended 80 games for PEDs.

A - Clearwater Threshers (1):  Alberto Tirado

Memory Lane
2012:  The Spring Training 57 (+1): Where They Went
2013:  The Spring Training 62: Where They Went
2014:  The Spring Training 58 (+2): Where They Went
2015:  The Spring Training 58 (+2): Where They Went
2016:  The Spring Training 66 (+1): Where They Went
2017:  The Spring Training 64 (+2): Where They Went

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