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Royals' spring roster

Updated: 2013-01-13T04:42:03Z

I sort of let this slip through the cracks this week, but with the Royals inviting 21 non-roster players to spring training, it will mean a 61-player spring training roster.

As of right now, here is who will be with the team in Surprise, Ariz.:

PITCHERS (34 total, nine non-roster invitees*)

RHP Nate Adcock

LHP Noel Arguelles

RHP Blaine Boyer*

LHP Francisley Bueno

LHP Bruce Chen

RHP Louis Coleman

LHP Tim Collins

RHP Aaron Crow

RHP Wade Davis

LHP Danny Duffy

LHP Chris Dwyer

LHP Donnie Joseph

RHP J.C. Gutierrez

RHP Jeremy Guthrie

RHP Kelvin Herrera

RHP Luke Hochevar

RHP Greg Holland

LHP John Lamb

RHP Sugar Ray Marimon*

RHP Michael Mariot*

LHP Justin Marks

RHP Luis Mendoza

RHP Guillermo Moscoso

RHP Felipe Paulino

RHP Brian Sanches*

RHP Ervin Santana

LHP Atahualpa Severino*

LHP George Sherrill*

RHP James Shields

LHP Will Smith

LHP Everett Teaford

RHP Yordano Ventura*

LHP Ryan Verdugo*

RHP Dan Wheeler*

Catchers (Six and four*)

Brett Hayes

Adam Moore*

Salvy Perez

Manny Pina*

Max Ramirez*

Julio Rodriguez*

Infielders (12 and four*)

UTL Tony Abreu

DH/1B Billy Butler

INF Christian Colon*

SS Alcides Escobar

UTL Irving Falu

2B Chris Getz

2B Johnny Giavotella

1B Eric Hosmer

3B Mike Moustakas

UTL Anthony Seratelli*

INF Miguel Tejada*

3B Brandon Wood*

OUTFIELDERS (Nine and four*)

Lorenzo Cain

Endy Chavez*

Luis Durango*

Jarrod Dyson

Jeff Francoeur

Alex Gordon

David Lough

Xavier Nady*

Willy Taveras*

| Pete Grathoff, pgrathoff@kcstar.com

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