2010 Scranton Yankees Roster About Set

Just two days until opening day and the Yankees roster is just about set which means that the Scranton Yankees roster is nearly close to finished as well. Donnie Collins of the Scranton Times-Tribune has a pretty good rundown on what we should expect in the Electric City.

I feel like more this year than over the past couple of years this Scranton roster is filled with players who might make it to the Bronx in some form or another. A guy like Jesus Montero could have starting roles by September and infielders like Kevin Russo or Eduardo Nunez could even be filling valuable bench roles. I think just about every pitcher has potential to get called up at some point throughout the season.

Collins included the *asterisks as those are the guys he isn’t certain will make the team. Boone Logan could certainly find himself in the Bronx on opening day with the latest news about Damaso Marte‘s sore shoulder.

On to the roster:

Jesus Montero
Mike Rivera

Juan Miranda
Reegie Corona
Eduardo Nunez
Kevin Russo
Jorge Vazquez

Greg Golson
Colin Curtis
Jon Weber
Reid Gorecki
David Winfree

Jason Hirsh
Dustin Moseley
Ivan Nova
Romulo Sanchez
Zach McAllister

Jonathan Albaladejo
Mark Melancon
Amaury Sanit
Royce Ring
Kei Igawa
*Boone Logan
*Grant Duff

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One Response to 2010 Scranton Yankees Roster About Set

  1. smurfy says:

    Looks like a strong team. I'll have to get over to Scranton this summer. Lotta fun players: Russo, Nunez, the outfield, Jesus; and Miranda is a good hitter. He and a good righty would make a platoon DH work if the Yanks wanted, right now. Guess he's injury protection, but you wish he could be traded so he has a real shot. He'll just have to hit a ton more, like they used to haul when coal was king.

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