Milwaukee Brewers spring training begins in less than one month and opening day is just over two months away. During spring training oftentimes prospects and free agent signings who agreed to minor league deals are invited to join the Brew Crew’s big league club. This means that for a portion of spring training they will get the opportunity to play against other MLB players during cactus league games despite not being on the 40-man roster.
Recently the Brewers organization announced eight non-roster invitees to MLB camp. The players that they revealed are all prospects within their system. They will join other known non-roster invitees such as catcher Austin Nola, outfielder Brewer Hicklen, and pitchers Sam Carlson and Easton McGee
Eight Milwaukee Brewers prospects invited to MLB camp during spring training as non-roster invitees.
Of the eight players that the Brewers announced seven of them are currently ranked within their top 30 prospects list. The players invited include:
- INF Tyler Black
- INF Brock Wilken
- 1B Wes Clarke
- LHP Robert Gasser
- RHP Evan McKendry
- RHP Jacob Misiorowski
- RHP Tobias Myers
- RHP Carlos Rodriguez
Tobias Myers is the lone player on this list not ranked within the top 30. Additionally top prospects like Jackson Chourio and Jeferson Quero are not included as a non-roster invitee because they have already had their contracts selected by the Brewers and will be attending big league camp.
As spring training draws closer we should see more non-roster invitees announced. Spring training rosters are large and get slowly cut down as opening day draws closer. The Brewers first spring training game this year is scheduled for February, 24.
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