Who is still left in the Yankees big league camp?

The Yankees have made two cuts so far and have just 49 players left in camp. Rather than go over who is not in camp, I thought it would be more helpful to look at who still is in camp.


Dellin Betances, Cesar Cabral, Freddy Garcia, Phil Hughes, Hiroki Kuroda, Boone Logan, Brad Meyers, Ivan Nova, Andy Pettitte, Michael Pineda, Mariano Rivera, David Robertson, CC Sabathia, Rafael Soriano, Cory Wade, Clay Rapada, Juan Cedeno, Mike O’Connor, Adam Warren, Manny Delcarmen, Kevin Whelan, and Matt Daley.


Francisco Cervelli, Russell Martin, Austin Romine, Gustavo Moline, and Jose Gil.


Robinson Cano, Eric Chavez, Derek Jeter, Eduardo Nunez, Ramiro Pena, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, Russell Branyan, Bill Hall, Jorge Vazquez, Jayson Nix, and Doug Bernier.


Brett Gardner, Curtis Granderson, Raul Ibanez, Andruw Jones, Justin Maxwell, Nick Swisher, Colin Curtis, Chris Dickerson, Dewayne Wise, and Cole Garner.

The Yankees ultimately have to cut the roster down to 25. 24 spots are pretty much set as long as injuries don’t keep anybody from being on the team Opening Day. The final spot is likely to be a second lefty, but they will also consider right handed relievers or an infielder or outfielder.

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4 Responses to Who is still left in the Yankees big league camp?

  1. DSRG says:

    Interesting to me that Warren is still up and Phelps was already sent down. Indication that Warren is viewed more highly by the organization?

    • It could be. It also could just be a timing thing. I'd have to go back and look, but if Phelps had thrown the day before and they weren't going to be use him again for a few days then they might have just decided to cut him then. Meanwhile, Warren might not have pitched in a few days and could have been fresh, use him one more time and then cut him.

      Like you said though, it could be that they view Warren as a guy that can help them out of the bullpen right now while they still see Phelps as a starter.

  2. cyril morley says:

    Cesar Cabral is my choice for the second bullen lefty and strike out pitcher, keep him from the Red Sox

  3. hotdog says:

    Girardi doesn't like to take too much risk…Rapada has more experience…my choice would be Cabral as well but he has only spent a partial season at AA ball…in the end I don't see Girardi keeping Cabral…i would not be surprised if they promote a righty like Warren in hopes that their righties can do the job…something has to give at AAA…

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