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Phillies Fall Instructional League Roster Details


At long last, thanks to the Twitter feed of Baseball Prospectus writer Chris King, the info I've been asked for many times this month is finally available.

Here is the complete Phillies' Fall Instructional League roster...

Pitchers-

Drew Anderson
Tyler Buckley
Edgar Campusano
Ranfi Casimiro
Daniel Child
Zach Cooper
Seranthony Dominguez
Delvi Francisco
Mitch Gueller
Jordan Guth
Nic Hanson
Denton Keys
Manaure Martinez
Mark Meadors
Angel Mejia
Will Morris
Nefi Ogando
Ricardo Pinto
Yacksel Rios
Alexis Rivero
Feliberto Sanchez
Matt Southard
Jesen Therrien
Tyler Viza
Kevin Walter

Catchers-

Corey Bass
Deivy Grullon
Andrew Knapp
Jesus Posso
Jake Sweaney

Infielders-

Malquin Canelo
Art Charles
J.P. Crawford
Grenny Cumana
Luis Encarnacion
Zach Green
Jan Hernandez
Andrew Pullin
Mitch Walding
Trey Williams

Outfielders-

Venn Biter
Dylan Cozens
Carlos Duran
Larry Greene Jr.
Bryan Martelo
Jose Pujols
Cord Sandberg
Carlos Tocci
Freddy Zorrilla

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