2009 Futures Game Rosters

Major League Baseball’s All-Star Break begins on Monday, but the on-field festivities get underway at 2 PM on Sunday with the Futures Game.  The full rosters for the United States and World teams can be found here and here.

Participating players are listed below in alphabetical order, with rankings in the preseason and midseason Baseball America prospect rankings in parentheses.

United States

Pedro Alvarez (12), Madison Bumgarner (9/5), Chris Carter (76), Jason Castro (53/19), Kyle Drabek (–/24), Danny Duffy, Danny Espinosa, Tyler Flowers (99), Chris Heisey, Jason Heyward (5/1), Desmond Jennings (80/18), Daryl Jones, Casey Kelly, Mat Latos, Brad Lincoln, Brian Matusz (25/9), Jarrod Parker (29/12), Trevor Reckling, Scott Sizemore, Mike Stanton (16/2), Chris Tillman (22/8), Josh Vitters (51), Brett Wallace (40/21), Jemile Weeks, Eric Young

World

Pedro Baez, Manny Banuelos, Barbaro Canizares, Starlin Castro, Jhoulys Chacin (46), Luis Durango, Alcides Escobar (19/14), Neftali Feliz (10/13), Yohan Flande, Wilmer Flores (47), Tyson Gillies, Kyeong Kang, Brett Lawrie (81), Alex Liddi, Chia-Jen Lo, Jesus Montero (38/3), Luis Perez, Francisco Samuel, Carlos Santana (26/7), Leyson Septimo, J.C. Sulbaran, Junichi Tazawa, Rene Tosoni, Dayan Viciedo (61), Nick Weglarz (58)

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4 responses to this post.

  1. The Futures Game is one of my favorite prospect dog-and-pony shows. I’m planning my day around it.

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  2. I thought about doing a live-blog/running commentary on the game, but will probably end up watching Elmo’s World or Trading Spaces instead. My control (or lack thereof) over the remote control at this point in my life is laughable.

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  3. Ditto. My son is playing Wii, and when I mentioned that I’d like to watch some baseball two hours from now, you would have thought I said he had to eat rocks for dinner.

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  4. Ten minutes to game time and the family is heading off to take a nap. This might be too good to be true.

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