Minor league season is just a few days away, with many of the first games getting underway this Thursday. As we prep for farm systems across baseball to start playing and development, the Milwaukee Brewers’ affiliates have rolled out their roster. We’re breaking down each one and telling you which top prospects — according to MLB Pipeline — are on which roster.
AAA San Antonio Missions
The new addition to the Milwaukee Brewers’ farm system is already gearing up a hyper-talented team. Of the top 30 prospects, this roster has #1 Keston Hiura, #2 Corey Ray, #5 Mauricio Dubon, #6 Zack Brown, #8 Lucas Erceg, #13 Troy Stokes, #15 Adrian Houser and #16 Jacob Nottingham.
RHP Tristan Archer, RHP Zack Brown, RHP Bubba Derby, RHP Josh Fields, RHP Deolis Guerra, RHP Adrian Houser, RHP Jay Jackson, LHP Brad Kuntz, RHP Jon Olczak, RHP Jake Petricka, RHP Miguel Sanchez, RHP Burch Smith, RHP Michael Tonkin, RHP Aaron Wilkerson
Skyler Ewing, Tuffy Gosewisch, Jacob Nottingham
SS Mauricio Dubon, 3B Lucas Erceg, 2B Jake Hager, 2B Keston Hiura, 2B Nate Orf, SS Angel Ortega, 3B Cory Spangenberg
Corey Ray, Troy Stokes Jr., Tyrone Taylor
AA Biloxi Shuckers
The Shuckers are slightly less packed with prospect talent compared to recent years. Of the 2019 top prospects, Biloxi has #11 Trey Supak, #12 Braden Webb, #17 Marcos Diplan and #30 Trent Grisham. All are repeating time at AA after spending time with the Shuckers last season.
RHP Luke Barker, RHP Johan Belisario, RHP Alec Bettinger, LHP Daniel Brown, RHP Marcos Diplan, RHP Mattino Diplan, RHP Nate Griep, RHP Thomas Jankins, RHP Aaron Kurcz, LHP Angel Perdomo, RHP Tyler Spurlin, RHP Trey Supak, RHP Braden Webb, RHP Devin Williams
Alexander Alvarez, Max McDowell, Robbie Rojas
2B Blake Allemand, SS Luis Aviles Jr., 2B Bruce Caldwell, SS C.J. Hinojosa, 3B Patrick Leonard, 1B Weston Wilson
Trent Grisham, Cooper Hummel, Michael O’Neill, Dillon Thomas
A+ Carolina Mudcats
Carolina might have the least going for it in terms of top prospects in a full-year team. Right now, the roster has #4 Tristen Lutz, #10 Payton Henry and #14 Mario Feliciano. It will be interesting to see how the team decides to split time between two of the org’s top catching prospects.
LHP Cody Beckman, RHP Rodrigo Benoit, RHP Chris Dula, RHP Dylan File, RHP Bowden Francis, RHP Gabe Friese, RHP Matt Hardy, RHP Nelson Hernandez, RHP J.T. Hintzen, RHP Christian Meister, RHP Michael Petersen, RHP Matt Smith, RHP Christian Taugner, RHP Noah Zavolas
Mario Feliciano, Payton Henry, Nathan Rodriguez
1B Ryan Aguilar, 3B Dallas Caroll, 2B Julio Garcia, SS Devin Hairston, 1B Pat McInerney, 2B Nick Roscetti, 2B Eddie Silva
Zach Clark, Rob Henry, Tristen Lutz, Joantgel Segovia
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
The T-Rats are the future of the Brewers’ farm. The development of a majority of these young men will determine the quality of the Crew’s system for years to come. It has the most excitement built around it of the group and perhaps carries the most importance. Top prospects on the team include #3 Brice Turang, #9 Aaron Ashby, #20 Pablo Abreu, #23 Je’Von Ward and #27 Adam Hill.
LHP Aaron Ashby, RHP Sal Biasi, RHP Justin Bullock, RHP Logan Gillaspie, RHP Adam Hill, RHP Robbie Hitt, RHP Max Lazar, LHP Michael Mediavilla, RHP Reese Olson, LHP Wilfred Salaman, RHP Peter Strzaelecki, LHP Scott Sunitsch, RHP Chad Whitmer
Brent Diaz, David Fry, Kekai Rios
2B Yeison Coca, 3B Gabriel Garcia, IF Chad McClanahan, 3B Connor McVey, SS Antonio Pinero, SS Brice Turang
Pablo Abreu, LG Castillo, Jesús Lujano, Je’Von Ward
Top prospects not currently assigned to a full season roster include #7 Joe Gray, #18 Carlos Rogriguez, #19 Eduardo Garcia, #21 Micah Bello, #22 Eduarqui Fernandez, #24 Larry Ernesto, #25 Caden Lemons, #26 Bobby Wahl (IL) and #28 Jake Gatewood.