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2015 Phillies affiliate full season minor league rosters

The Easter Bunny brought minor league rosters to Phillies prospect fans everywhere this year.

See below...

Class A Lakewood (via a press release)-
Catchers - Joel Fisher, Deivi Grullon
Infielders - Derek Campbell, Malquin Canelo, Grenny Cumana, Rhys Hoskins, Damek Tomscha, Tim Zier
Outfielders - Herlis Rodriguez, Cord Sandberg, Carlos Tocci, Jiandido Tromp
Pitchers - Ranfi Casimiro, Austin Davis, Joey DeNato, Elniery Garcia, Matt Hockenberry, Chris Oliver, Ricardo Pinto, Calvin Rayburn, Alexis Rivero, Josh Taylor, Jesen Therrien, Tyler Viza, Jason Zgardowski

Shawn Williams, who managed Williamsport last year, takes over as BlueClaws manager in 2015. He is joined on the staff by hitting coach Nelson Prada and pitching coach Aaron Fultz.
Pitchers Drew Anderson, Scott Harris, and Nick Rodesky, as well as outfielder Samuel Hiciano, will open the season on the disabled list.

Class A Advanced Clearwater-

Catchers - Andrew Knapp, Willians Astudillo, Jose Mayorga
Infielders - Zach Green, Jesmuel Valentin, Drew Stankiewicz, Devin Lohman, Angelo Mora, Mitch Walding, J.P. Crawford (DL) 
Outfielders - Dylan Cozens, Aaron Brown, Andrew Pullin, Chase Harris
Pitchers - Cody Forsythe, Matt Imhof, Ulises Joaquin, Colin Kleven, Brandon Leibrandt, Mark Leiter, Jr., Lino Martinez, Miguel Nunez, Edubray Ramos, Lee Ridenhour, Kevin Walter, David Whitehead 

Double-A Reading- 
Catchers - Logan Moore, Gabriel Lino
Infielders - Gustavo Pierre, Art Charles, K.C. Serna, Brock Stassi, Edgar Duran, Carlos Alonso, Harold Martinez
Outfielders - Roman Quinn, Brian Pointer, Cam Perkins, Aaron Altherr
Pitchers - Aaron Nola, Jesse Biddle, Ethan Stewart, Elvis Araujo, Nefi Ogando, Zach Eflin, Tom Windle, Ben Lively, Mike Nesseth, Ryan O'Sullivan, Stephen Shackleford, Anthony Vasquez

From the Fightins: Manager Dusty Wathan returns to the club for his fourth season as skipper. Joining Wathan with be pitching David Lundquist, who is back for his second season in Reading, and longtime hitting coach Frank Cacciatore, who is back with the team for his seventh year after spending 2014 with Clearwater. Interim coach Mickey Morandini will begin the season with Reading as he fills in for Cacciatore, who is away for personal reasons.

Triple-A Lehigh Valley- 

Catchers - Tommy Joseph, Rene Garcia
Infielders - Chase d'Arnaud, Maikel Franco, Tyler Henson, Chris McGuiness, Chris Nelson, Cord Phelps
Outifelders - Darin Mastroianni, Russ Canzler, Brian Bogusevic, Jordan Danks
Pitcher - Phillippe Aumont, Berken, Clemens, Miguel Gonzalez, Severino Gonzalez, Tyler Knigge, Adam Loewen, Adam Morgan, Colton Murray, Hector Neris, O’Sullivan, Joely Rodriguez, Seth Rosin

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