Results tagged ‘ Tri-City ’
The Astros have set the preliminary 2013 Minor League rosters for the Class A short season Tri-City, rookie league Greeneville and Gulf Coast League clubs. The announcement was made by Astros director of player development Quinton McCracken.
The rosters are subject to change and will not be officially finalized until each club begins league play. Tri-City is scheduled to begin its season tonight while Greeneville begins play Thursday. The Gulf Coast League Astros will start their season on Friday.
Last year, Tri-City set a club record with 51 wins and advanced to the New York-Penn League Championship Series for the second time in three seasons.
The combined record of the Astros’ Minor League clubs this season is 162-125 (.564), which ranks third among all 30 MLB organizations. The Astros’ top three affiliates are currently in first place while Corpus Christi (Double-A) and Lancaster (Class A advanced) each clinched first half titles in their respective leagues to qualify for the postseason.
Bushue, Tanner Gulbransen, Dan
Christensen, Pat Kemmer, Jon
Comer, Kevin Mitchell, Ronnie
Fant, Randall Ramsay, James
Feliz, Michael Toney, D’Andre
Lo, Chia-Jen (Rehab)
Moon, Chan Jong
GULF COAST LEAGUE
Barrios, Agapito De La Rosa, Luis
Connolly, Ryan Laguna, Mesac
Culbreth, Brandon Marte, Ydarqui
De Leon, Ambiorix Martin, Jason
De Los Santos, Samil Reynolds, Javaris
The Astros have set the preliminary 2012 Minor League rosters for their Rookie Level Tri-City, Greeneville and Gulf Coast League clubs. The announcement was made by Astros director of player development Fred Nelson.
The rosters are subject to change and will not be officially finalized until each club begins league play. The Tri-City and Gulf Coast League clubs are both scheduled to begin their respective 2012 seasons on June 18. The Greeneville Astros will begin their 2012 season on June 19.
The Astros are currently the only Major League team that has winning records at all four of their full-season affiliates. Triple-A Oklahoma City, Double-A Corpus Christi, Class A Lancaster and Class A Lexington have combined for a 144-118 (.550) record on the season. The Astros combined affiliate winning percentage ranks third among Major League clubs.
Bushue, Tanner Batista, Jean
Danco, Zachary Blasik, Brian
Dimock, Michael Ibanez, Angel
Garcia, Christian Magee, Joshua
Hardoin, Zachary Martinez, Michael
Hauschild, Mike Sosa, Ruben
Jankowski, Jordan OUTFIELDERS
Lambson, Mitchell Joyce, Terrell
Lee, Chris Monzon, Jose
Minor, Daniel Ovando, Ariel
Ramirez, Francis Toney, D’Andre
Rodriguez, Richard Wik, Marc
GULF COAST LEAGUE
Abreu, Alan Correa, Carlos
Barrios, Agapito Fernandez, Jose
Batista, Ricardo Martone, Luca
Culbreth, Brandon Mejia, Yonathan
De Leon, Ambiorix Redinger, Kyle
Dennison, Steve Rivera, Darwin
Feliz, Michael Solano, Jose
Frias, Edison OUTFIELDERS
Gonzalez, Erick De La Rosa, Luis
Guduan, Reymin Gonzalez, Wallace
Gustave, Jandel Hernandez, Teoscar
Mojica, Juan Marte, Ydarqui
Montero, Jose Phillips, Brett
Quintero, Rodney Reynolds, Javaris
Walter, Andrew Vizcaino, Kelvin
The Astros have set their preliminary 2011 Minor League roster for their Class A Short-season affiliate the Tri-City ValleyCats. The announcement was made by Astros Director of Player Development Fred Nelson.
This roster is subject to change and will not be officially finalized until the New York-Penn League opens play. The ValleyCats will begin their defense of their 2010 New York-Penn League Championship on Friday.