37 former Sea Dogs on MLB Opening Day Rosters

Red Sox roster has 12 players with Portland ties.

Justin Haley was a member of the 2016 Sea Dogs, and learned earlier last week he made the Twins. (Kelly O'Connor 2015)

By Portland Sea Dogs | April 2, 2017 1:12 PM ET

The 2017 season is here! Portland opens up their 24th season in Portland and 15th as a Red Sox affiliate on Thursday night against Reading. With Opening Day in the Major Leagues underway, the Sea Dogs have 37 former players on 25-man rosters.

The 2017 season is here! Portland opens up their 24th season in Portland and 15th as a Red Sox affiliate on Thursday night against Reading. With Opening Day in the Major Leagues underway, the Sea Dogs have 37 former players on 25-man rosters.

American League East  

Boston Red Sox (12)

Matt Barnes

Andrew Benintendi

Mookie Betts

Xander Bogaerts

Jackie Bradley Jr.

Dustin Pedroia

Hanley Ramirez

Eduardo Rodriguez

Robby Scott

Ben Taylor

Christian Vazquez

Steven Wright

Tweet from @PortlandSeaDogs: 12 former Sea Dogs on the Red Sox 2017 Opening Day roster. https://t.co/KVg6JlwbGz

New York Yankees (1)

Jacoby Ellsbury

Toronto Blue Jays (1)

Jason Grilli

American League Central

Chicago White Sox (1)

Miguel Gonzalez

Detroit Tigers (3)

Alex Wilson

Jose Iglesias

Anibal Sanchez

Kansas City Royals (1)

Brandon Moss

Minnesota Twins (2)

Justin Haley

Ryan Pressly

American League West

Houston Astros (1)

Josh Reddick

Los Angeles Angels (1)

Andrew Bailey

Oakland A's (1)

Jed Lowrie

National League East

Miami Marlins (1)

Junichi Tazawa

Philadelphia Phillies (2)

Clay Buchholz

Daniel Nava

Washington Nationals (1)

Stephen Drew

National League Central

Chicago Cubs (3)

John Lackey

Jon Lester

Anthony Rizzo

Milwaukee Brewers (1)

Travis Shaw

National League West

Arizona Diamondbacks (2)

Jorge De La Rosa

Jeremy Hazelbaker

Los Angeles Dodgers (2)

Rich Hill

Adrian Gonzalez

San Diego Padres (1)

Manuel Margot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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