Pirates submit roster, expect to add to it

Pirates submit roster, expect to add to it

Pittsburgh Pirates' Gregory Polanco hits a solo home run off Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Jimmy Nelson in the fourth inning of a baseball game in Pittsburgh, Thursday, July 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

PITTSBURGH — The Pirates released their roster for spring training 2.0 Sunday, but it is far from a final product. They expect to add to it, and soon.

Here is what that roster currently looks like:

Catchers (3): Luke Maile, John Ryan Murphy, Jacob Stallings

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Infielders (10): Josh Bell, Phillip Evans, Adam Frazier, Erik González, Ke’Bryan Hayes, Colin Moran, Kevin Newman, José Osuna, JT Riddle, Cole Tucker

Outfielders (5): Socrates Brito, Jarrod Dyson, Guillermo Heredia, Gregory Polanco, Bryan Reynolds

Pitchers (21): Steven Brault, JT Brubaker, Nick Burdi, Blake Cederlind, Kyle Crick, Miguel Del Pozo, Robbie Erlin, Michael Feliz, Geoff Hartlieb, Derek Holland, Clay Holmes, Keone Kela, Mitch Keller, Chad Kuhl, Joe Musgrove, Dovydas Neverauskas, Hector Noesi, Richard Rodríguez, Chris Stratton, Nik Turley, Trevor Williams

Altoona camp (19): INF Ji-Hwan Bae, RHP Cody Bolton, INF Rodolfo Castro, INF Will Craig, INF Oneil Cruz, LHP Sam Howard, C Christian Kelley, RHP Max Kranick, OF Jason Martin, INF Mason Martin, RHP James Marvel, RHP Nick Mears, RHP Braeden Ogle, OF Jared Oliva, RHP Cody Ponce, RHP Yacksel Ríos, RHP Aaron Shortridge, OF Travis Swaggerty, C Andrew Susac

Injured (3): Chris Archer, Kevin Kramer, Jameson Taillon

For those of you who are counting, there are 58 players listed. 39 are headed to Pittsburgh. The 19 on the “taxi squad” to Altoona. Teams are allowed to have up to 60 between their two camps.

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