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Astros Set Minor League Rosters

Astros set rosters for Oklahoma City RedHawks, Corpus Christi Hooks, Lancaster Jethawks, and Quad Cities River Bandits.

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The Astros have one of, if not the top minor league system in baseball. The 2014 opening rosters have been set for each team in the top four levels of the Astros' system. While the most noted addition to these rosters is George Springer, the prospect of Mark Appel and Carlos Correa in Lancaster is just as interesting in my mind. Will either or both be in Corpus Christi in time for the minor league showcase on June 10 in Houston? In the meantime, let's take a look at the rosters.

RedHawks Announce 2014 Preliminary Roster | Oklahoma City RedHawks News
The Oklahoma City RedHawks and Houston Astros have announced the RedHawks preliminary roster for the 2014 season. Seven players on the roster are among the Astros top 30 prospects ranked by Baseball America.

Astros Set Hooks Roster | Corpus Christi Hooks News
Fifteen returners and a pair of Astros top 20 prospects are tabbed to open the 10th season of Hooks Baseball. Quinton McCracken, Houston's director of player development, announced initial 2014 rosters Wednesday for Corpus Christi and the Astros' other full-season affiliates.

Pair of top picks headline 2014 roster | Lancaster JetHawks News
The Houston Astros have announced the JetHawks roster to start the 2014 season and it features one of the most prospect-heavy teams in all of Minor League Baseball. Nine of's top-20 Astros prospects head to Lancaster including the two previous first overall picks in the MLB draft, shortstop Carlos Correa and pitcher Mark Appel.

More Top Prospects to play for 2014 Bandits | Quad Cities River Bandits News
More of the top prospects from baseball's No. 1-ranked minor league system will play at Modern Woodmen Park this season. The defending Midwest League Champion Quad Cities River Bandits and their major league affiliate, the Houston Astros, announced the club's preliminary roster for the 2014 season on Wednesday. Included are seven of the top 30 Houston Astros prospects, according to Baseball America, and six players who played for the River Bandits during their championship season.

RedHawks Hooks JetHawks River Bandits
Jake Buchanan Travis Ballew Mark Appel Tyler Brunnemann
Jose Cisnero Colton Cain Jamaine Cotton Patrick Christensen
Paul Clemens Luis Cruz Chris Devenski Chris Cotton
Bobby Doran Jorge de Leon Michael Dimock Kent Emanuel
Darin Downs T.J. Geith Josh Hader Michael Feliz
Mike Foltynewicz Matt Heidenreich Mike Hauschild Evan Grills
Chia-Jen Lo Jordan Jankowski Mitch Lambson Jandel Gustave
David Martinez Andrew Robinson Lance McCullers Adrian Houser
Collin McHugh Brady Rodgers Juan Minaya Chris Lee
Rudy Owens David Rollins Daniel Minor Albert Minnis
Jason Stoffel Ross Seaton J.D. Osborne Zach Morton
Nick Tropeano Tommy Shirley Tyson Perez Gonzalo Sanudo
Pat Urckfitz Alex Sogard Kyle Smith Andrew Thurman
Josh Zeid Aaron West Vincent Velasquez Andrew Walter
Kyle Westwood
Ryan McCurdy Rene Garcia Roberto Pena Brett Booth
Carlos Perez Tyler Heineman Jake Rodriguez Brian Holberton
Max Stassi Jobduan Morales
Japhet Amador M.P. Cokinos Carlos Correa Austin Elkins
Erik Castro Matt Duffy Tony Kemp Conrad Gregor
Jonathan Meyer Nolan Fontana Brandon Meredith Jack Mayfield
Gregorio Petit Enrique Hernandez Carlos Perdomo Chase McDonald
Jon Singleton Jio Mier Rio Ruiz Chan Moon
Ruben Sosa Joe Sclafani Tyler White
Ronald Torreyes
Adron Chambers Andrew Aplin Justin Gominsky Jon Kemmer
Domingo Santana Delino DeShields Dan Gulbransen Tanner Mathis
George Springer Chris Epps Teoscar Hernandez Brett Phillips
Leo Heras Jordan Scott James Ramsay
Preston Tucker Danry Vasquez