Roster (Lakewood)

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Here is the roster/depth chart for the Lakewood Blueclaws. Updated as of 1/11/07, per the Lakewood website.

Starting Lineup

C – James Gosewich
1B – Doug Morales
2B – Adrian Cardenas
SS – Jason Donald
3B – CJ Henry
LF – Quintin Berry
CF – Gus Milner
RF – Jay Miller

Bench

C – Joel Naugton
C – Matt Reed
INF – Brad Key
INF – PJ Antoniato
OF – Julian Williams

Starting Rotation

SP – Kyle Drabek
SP – Edgar Garcia
SP – Darren Byrd
SP – Jarrod Freeman
SP – Carlos Monasterios

Bullpen

CL – Andrew Cruse
RP – Michael Dubee
RP – Alex Concepcion
RP – Davis Blaine
RP – Garett Hill
RP – Ronald Hill
RP – Ben Pfinsgraff

12 thoughts on “Roster (Lakewood)

  1. Just checking in to say that you are doing some amazing work! Thank you for creating such an informative and unique site.

  2. Carpenter was one of the more polished pitchers to go in the first few rounds. He might start at Lakewood, but the org is pretty high on him it seems, so I wouldn’t be surprised if he started at Clearwater. There is a potential log jam in the Lakewood rotation, and they won’t move Carpenter or Brauer to the pen. Dubee struggled much more than Carpenter and Brauer in 2006, so he’s almost a lock to start at Lakewood, and Pfinsgraff, while he pitched well, might not be ready for High A yet. Carpenter, as a 4 year senior and a real polished arm, might be able to make that jump.

  3. Your site is very informative. I was just wondering your thoughts on Gus Milner since he went to the University of Kansas so i read about him in the paper. Just wondering if any good news about him and his future.

  4. Milner is an interesting case. Most “toolsy” outfielders the Phillies like to draft are the wiry, speedy types. Milner is 6’3, 200+ I believe, but supposedly is a great athlete. He had a decent junior and senior year at Kansas (.896/.916 OPS respectively), but struggled at Batavia. He didn’t really excel in any one area, whether it be hitting for power (.390 slugging), stealing bases (4) or drawing a lot of walks (20 in 271 AB), so I’m not really sure what to make of him. My guess is that he ends up a reserve OF at Lakewood, since he turns 23 in April.

  5. It would be nice to see Yarborough do something in ’07, but he
    looks like another in a line of failed “slugging” 1B draftees
    for the Phils. (Howard being the exception, of course.) I’d
    be interested to hear what you think of him, given his fairly
    high draft ranking.

  6. I wish I could Get ahold of D’arby a sap. But good thing come to those who wait!!!!

  7. YO I CAN GET A HOLD OF D MYERS, HE IS A BEAST ON THE FIELD. AND CANT WAIT 2 PLAY FROM WHAT I HEARD AND SAW

  8. D Rock, can you find out for us if he’s going to start at Lakewood or not? I’ve heard different stories on where he’s going to start the season.

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