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Colorado Rockies minor league rosters unveiled

Find out where all of your favorite PuRPs and other minor leaguers are headed next week.

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Colorado Rockies top prospect Jon Gray will go to Triple-A Albuquerque, top position player David Dahl will begin his season at Double-A New Britain and 2014 first-round draft pick Kyle Freeland will remain in Scottsdale doing rehab work.

All of this according to a source, from which we've received the full rosters for each of the Rockies' four full-season minor league squads, plus the list of players who will remain in extended spring training or in rehab status.

Here's a look at each level:

Triple-A Albuquerque

Pitchers Position players
Chad Bettis Cristhian Adames
Rex Brothers Brandon Barnes
Simon Castro Roger Bernadina
Jairo Diaz Ryan Casteel
Jon Gray Dustin Garneau
Jair Jurrjens Matt McBride
Tommy Kahnle Angelys Nina
Aaron Laffey Kyle Parker
John Lannan Ben Paulsen
Scott Oberg Tim Smalling
Kenny Roberts Tim Wheeler
Jorge Rondon Joey Wong
Chris Rusin

Double-A New Britain

Pitchers Position players
Shane Carle Abel Baker
Ryan Carpenter Juan Ciriaco
Yohan Flande Noel Cuevas
Matt Flemer David Dahl
Nelson Gonzalez Dean Espy
Jason Gurka Jayson Langfels
Carlos Hernandez Tyler Massey
Austin House Tommy Murphy
Justin Miller Trevor Story
Jose Ortega Will Swanner
Gus Schlosser Michael Tauchman
Kraig Sitton Pat Valaika
Tyler Ybarra

High-A Modesto

Pitchers Position players
Shane Broyles Michael Benjamin
Matt Carasiti Ashley Graeter
Trent Daniel Rosell Herrera
Carlos Estevez Ryan McMahon
Rayan Gonzalez Zach Osborne
Johendi Jiminian Jordan Patterson
Sam Moll Correlle Prime
Harrison Musgrave Wilfredo Rodriguez
Troy Neiman Wilson Soriano
Matt Pierpont Troy Stein
Antonio Senzatela Raimel Tapia
Konner Wade Dillon Thomas
Grahamm Wiest

Low-A Asheville

Pitchers Position players
Yoely Bello Omar Carrizales
Ryan Castellani Yonathan Daza
Scott Firth Sean Dwyer
Sam Howard Henry Garcia
Zach Jemiola Luis Jean
James Lomangino Emerson Jimenez
Jerad McCrummen Dom Nunez
Josh Michalec Kevin Padlo
Carlos Polanco Robbie Perkins
Helmis Rodriguez Wes Rogers
Logan Sawyer Forrest Wall
Blake Shouse Drew Weeks
Jerry Vasto

Extended spring training

Pitchers Position players
Taylor Black Brian Carroll
Hunter Brothers Luis Castro
Dylan Craig Nate Causey
Alec Crawford Josh Fuentes
Gavin Glanz Max George
Shane Halley Shane Hoelscher
Alec Kenilvort Wilkyns Jimenez
Angel Lezama Wesley Jones
Javier Palacios Hamlet Marte
Joel Payamps Terry McClure
Cristian Quintin Jordan Parris
Andrew Rohrbach Jonathan Piron
Craig Schlitter Richard Prigatano
John Sheehan Chris Rabago
Dylan Thompson Roberto Ramos
Ryan Warner Randy Reyes
Julian Yan Denzel Richardson
Chad Zurat Jairo Rosario
Ryan Stephens
Max White


Pitchers Position players
Tyler Anderson Marcos Derkes
Alex Balog Omar Quintanilla
Trent Blank
Kyle Freeland
Marc Magliaro
Brett Marshall
Jacob Newberry
Dylan Stamey
Nate Striz
Seth Willoughby

A couple of notes ...

  • Charlie Culberson was optioned to the minors earlier this week but could start the season on the major league disabled list, as indicated by his absence from each of the minor league rosters.
  • If Eddie Butler doesn't begin the season with the big league club (his fate will be decided at some point tonight or tomorrow morning, he'll wind up in Triple-A and the Rockies will likely call upon Scott Oberg to replace Christian Bergman, who would take Butler's rotation spot, in the bullpen.
  • Several other players (Ryan Arrowood, Richard Castillo and Leuris Gomez, just to name a few) are missing from the rosters and list of players in extended spring training or rehab. It's unclear if those players will begin the year on the minor league disabled list, or if they were left off the rosters for some other reason.
  • Be sure to check Rockies Roster early and often to track movements for all of the players listed on rosters as well as the ones in question.
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