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Snappers Alumni Get Opportunities At Summer Camp

July 16, 2020

Former Snappers have found success across Major League Baseball, with 22 being named to extended rosters ahead of the 60-game shortened season. While the Minnesota Twins and Oakland Athletics boast more than others, Snappers have made it with 14 big-league teams, with their stints in Beloit dating as far back

Former Snappers have found success across Major League Baseball, with 22 being named to extended rosters ahead of the 60-game shortened season.

While the Minnesota Twins and Oakland Athletics boast more than others, Snappers have made it with 14 big-league teams, with their stints in Beloit dating as far back as 2005 (Anthony Swarzak).

Those not named to Major League rosters -- which will allow for 30 players for the first 15 days of the season before limiting teams to 26 -- will remain active at their team's secondary practice location through the season.

Snappers Alumni on Summer Camp Rosters:

Pitchers -

Brandon Bailey, Houston Astros

Dakota Chalmers - Minnesota Twins

Wandisson Charles, Oakland Athletics

Dylan Covey, Chicago White Sox

Heath Fillmyer, Kansas City Royals

Kyle Finnegan, Washington Nationals

Daniel Gossett, Oakland Athletics

Yairo Munoz, Boston Red Sox

Taylor Rogers, Minnesota Twins

Miguel Romero, Oakland Athletics

Anthony Swarzak, Philadelphia Phillies

Lou Trivino, Oakland Athletics

Position Players -

Luis Barrera, Oakland Athletics

Nolan Blackwood, Detroit Tigers

Skye Bolt, Oakland Athletics

Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics

Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees

Renato Nunez, Baltimore Orioles

Matt Olson, Oakland Athletics

Daniel Robertson, Tampa Bay Rays

Eddie Rosario, Minnesota Twins

Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins

Danny Santana, Texas Rangers