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60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis For All 30 Teams



Teams submitted their 60-man player pools to Major League Baseball on Sunday, solidifying who will primarily be available to play for them during the 2020 season.

Only players in the 60-man pool are eligible to be promoted to the major leagues this year, although players can still be added or subtracted to the 60-man roster at a later date via injury, trade, suspension or other transactions.

Once a player is removed from a team's 60-man player pool, he can not be added back by the same team.

Here are the 60-man player pools for all 30 teams, with a breakdown and analysis of all the notable inclusions and exclusions.

NL EastNL CentralNL West
Atlanta BravesChicago CubsArizona Diamondbacks
Miami MarlinsCincinnati RedsColorado Rockies
New York MetsMilwaukee BrewersLos Angeles Dodgers
Philadelphia PhilliesPittsburgh PiratesSan Diego Padres
Washington NationalsSt. Louis CardinalsSan Francisco Giants
AL EastAL CentralAL West
Baltimore OriolesChicago White SoxHouston Astros
Boston Red SoxCleveland IndiansLos Angeles Angels
New York YankeesDetroit TigersOakland Athletics
Tampa Bay RaysKansas City RoyalsSeattle Mariners
Toronto Blue JaysMinnesota TwinsTexas Rangers

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