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Current Roster

San Francisco Giants 2013 spring training roster
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Pitchers

  • 41 Jeremy Affeldt
  • 40 Madison Bumgarner
  • 18 Matt Cain
  • 46 Santiago Casilla
  • -- Jake Dunning
  • -- Edwin Escobar
  • -- Chris Heston
  • 70 George Kontos
  • 55 Tim Lincecum
  • 49 Javier López
  • 63 Jean Machi
  • 50 José Mijares
  • 43 Dan Otero
  • 52 Yusmeiro Petit
  • 54 Sergio Romo
  • 45 Dan Runzler
  • 47 Eric Surkamp
  • 32 Ryan Vogelsong
  • 38 Brian Wilson
  • 75 Barry Zito

Catchers

  • 28 Buster Posey
  • 29 Héctor Sánchez

Infielders

  • -- Ehire Adrianza
  • 13 Joaquín Árias
  • 9 Brandon Belt
  • 35 Brandon Crawford
  • -- Conor Gillaspie
  • -- Nick Noonan
  • 6 Brett Pill
  • 48 Pablo Sandoval

Outfielders

  • 7 Gregor Blanco
  • -- Roger Kieschnick
  • 14 Francisco Peguero
  • 8 Hunter Pence
  • -- Juan Pérez


Pitchers

  • None

Catchers

  • None

Infielders

  • None

Outfielders

  • None


Manager

  • 15 Bruce Bochy

Coaches

  • 1 Tim Flannery (third base)
  • 26 Mark Gardner (bullpen)
  • 58 Bill Hayes (bullpen catcher)
  • 39 Roberto Kelly (first base)
  • 37 Hensley Meulens (hitting)
  • 33 Dave Righetti (pitching)
  • 23 Ron Wotus (bench)


Restricted list

  • -- Angel Villalona


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