Updated Spring Training roster for Astros

Spring Training begins in two months, and here’s the Astros’ roster for Kissimmee, Fla., as of Dec. 15, 2010. The Spring Training roster currently stands at 50 players, 39 of which are on the 40-man roster. Players not on the 40-man roster are designated with an asterisk.


LHP Fernando Abad

*LHP Douglas Arguello

RHP Alberto Arias

RHP David Carpenter

RHP Cesar Carrillo

RHP Jorge DeLeon

RHP Enerio Del Rosario

*RHP Casey Fien

RHP Nelson Figueroa

RHP Jeff Fulchino

*RHP Sammy Gervacio

LHP J.A. Happ

RHP Arcenio Leon

RHP Matt Lindstrom

RHP Wilton Lopez

RHP Brandon Lyon

RHP Mark Melancon

RHP Brett Myers

RHP Bud Norris

RHP Lance Pendleton

RHP Aneury Rodriguez

*RHP Fernando Rodriguez Jr.

LHP Wandy Rodriguez

LHP Ryan Rowland-Smith

*RHP Jose Valdez

RHP Henry Villar

*RHP Ross Wolf

LHP Wesley Wright


Jason Castro (L)

*Carlos Corporan (S)

*Brian Esposito

Humberto Quintero

J.R. Towles


Clint Barmes

*Brian Dopirak

Matt Downs

*Anderson Hernandez (S)

Chris Johnson

Jeff Keppinger

Tommy Manzella

*Oswaldo Navarro

Jimmy Paredes (S)

Angel Sanchez

Brett Wallace (L)


Brian Bogusevic (L)

Jason Bourgeois

Michael Bourn (L)

Carlos Lee

Jason Michaels

Hunter Pence



thank heaven there is finally something other than ‘Brett Wallace to get chance’, thats been the only entry for days.

Where is Jordan Lyles?

Jordan Lyles is not on the 40-man roster and has not yet been invited to Major League Spring Training, though Ed Wade has hinted he probably will be at some point.

Really like the trades to upgrade the team for next season. The real sleeper, is Casey Fien, great numbers at AAA. If he performs well in the spring I can see him break camp with the team!

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