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Minor League Baseball rosters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As with nearly all North American professional team sports, the size of Minor League Baseball teams is limited by rosters. These size limits vary by each classification. All Major League Baseball-affiliated Triple-A and Double-A teams are limited to 25-man active rosters.[1] Unaffiliated Mexican League teams have 35-man rosters, but are limited to 30 active players per game.[2] Class A-Advanced and Class A teams are limited to 25 active players with a total of 35 players under control with additional limitations in regard to prior minor league experience. Teams at lower levels have 35-man active rosters with limitations on minor league service time. A team's reserve roster consists of players on the injured list, those who are restricted or suspended, or who are otherwise temporarily inactive.[1] Major league players on rehabilitation assignments do not count against active roster limits.[3]

Triple-A

International League

Pacific Coast League

Mexican League

Double-A

Eastern League

Southern League

Texas League

Class A Advanced

California League

Carolina League

Florida State League

Class A

Midwest League

South Atlantic League

Class A Short-Season

New York–Penn League

Northwest League

Rookie League

Appalachian League

Arizona League

Pioneer League

Gulf Coast League

Dominican Summer League

Offseason leagues

Arizona Fall League

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "FAQs: The Business of MiLB". MiLB.com. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved July 25, 2017.
  2. ^ "FAQs: Minor Leagues On-the-Field". MiLB.com. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved July 25, 2017.
  3. ^ "Transaction Terminology". Nashville Sounds. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved July 25, 2017.

External links

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