Royals Full-Season Minor League Rosters

According to a source, these are the Royals minor league rosters for full-season. Follow us on Twitter @RoyalsFarm for further updates.

Omaha Storm Chasers (AAA)

Catchers: Nick Dini, Xavier Fernandez

Infield: Humberto Arteaga, Cheslor Cuthbert, Jecksson Flores, Kelvin Gutierrez, Nicky Lopez, Erick Mejia, Corey Toups

Outfield: Jorge Bonifacio, Elier Hernandez, Brett Phillips, Bubba Starling

Pitchers: Scott Blewett, Jonathan Dziedzic, Andrew Edwards, Heath Fillmyer, Foster Griffin, Arnaldo Hernandez, Kevin Lenik, Ben Lively, Richard Lovelady, Zach Lovvorn, Andres Machado, Glenn Sparkman, Josh Staumont, Michael Ynoa

Northwest Arkansas Naturals (AA)

Catchers: Nathan Esposito, Meibrys Viloria

Infield: D.J. Burt, Gabriel Cancel, Samir Duenez, Taylor Featherston, Travis Jones, Emmanuel Rivera

Outfield: Nick Heath, Khalil Lee, Anderson Miller, Kort Peterson, Vance Vizcaino

Pitchers: Andrew Beckwith, Bryan Brickhouse, J.C. Cloney, Gerson Garabito, Grant Gavin, Ofreidy Gomez, Conner Greene, Carter Hope, Jake Kalish, Yunior Marte, Emilio Ogando, Walker Sheller, Andres Sotillet, Gabe Speier, Franco Terrero, Jace Vines

Wilmington Blue Rocks (High-A)

Catchers: M.J. Melendez, Sebastian Rivero, Stephan Vidal

Infield: Ricky Aracena, Dennicher Carrasco, Angelo Castellano, Marten Gasparini, Cristian Perez, Nick Pratto

Outfield: Brewer Hicklen, Kyle Isbel, Rudy Martin, Seuly Matias, Blake Perkins

Pitchers: Holden Capps, Yefri Del Rosario, Robert Garcia, Jackson Kowar, Rito Lugo, Daniel Lynch, Josh Mitchell, Tad Ratliff, Brady Singer, Colin Snider, Daniel Tillo, Nolan Watson, Tyler Zuber

Lexington Legends (Low-A)

Catchers: Freddy Fermin, Nick Hutchins, Chase Vallot

Infield: Nathan Eaton, Jeison Guzman, Rubendy Jaquez, Matt Morales, Reed Rohlman

Outfield: Eric Cole, Michael Gigliotti, Jackson Lueck, Juan Carlos Negret

Pitchers: Jonathan Bowlan, Kris Bubic, Austin Cox, Daniel Duarte, Josh Dye, Yerelmy Garcia, Tyler Gray, Zach Haake, Jon Heasley, Kyle Hinton, Austin Lambright, Marcelo Martinez, Charlie Neuweiler

14 thoughts on “Royals Full-Season Minor League Rosters

  1. Patrick, thanks for all your hard work and inside information. I’ll be heading up to the complex the next 2 evenings to watch the minor league games. Excited about our High A team at Wilmington. Looks like we are overloaded with pitchers at AA – Northwest Arkansas.


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  3. A couple of quick thoughts. Noticeably absent – Ashe Russell. Even a quick look proves that there are backups and blockages in the system with scrapheap signings at the M L level. Most notably the number of infielders and relievers at Omaha.


  4. Sending Jake Kalish back to AA is a slap in the face to a starting pitcher that proved he could be effective in AAA. Just another indication of Dayton overfilling the minors with other team’s cast offs over trusting his own farm system.


  5. Also surprised Edwards starting in AAA after his injury filled season last year. Also Machado should not be starting at AAA since he struggled so badly last year even at AA.
    Then there is poor Duenez who gets “demoted” back to AA. I guess Royals assume Schwindel will be back in AAA in a couple weeks and they also had to make room for Cuthbert.
    Toups is another that should not even be on a Royals roster because he has no future with all the other prospects waiting a chance. He must have friends in the Royals front office.
    At least happy to see Griffin, Flores and Mejia are in AAA where they deserve to be.


  6. One last question. Do you know what happened to Danny Hrbek? Don’t see him listed and his MiLB page says he was released on March 23rd.
    He and Tad Ratliff were non-drafted free agent signees in 2017 and both did well last year at Lexington.
    Guess he got caught in the pitching crunch from all those outside acquisitions in the upper minors that forced a bunch of pitchers back to Wilmington.


  7. I thought KC would make a few minor league deals to thin out the pitching ranks a little. Guess they still could like they did with Castillo and Adam. We’ll see some movement in KC for first few weeks. I thought Toups would be starting SS in NWA since they didn’t have one.

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