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The current 40-man: Who will be on our 25-man roster in 2022?

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I started looking at our 40-man roster (listed below) in an attempt to determine who would be on the 25-man roster in three years.  
Which of the players do you believe will be with the team in 2022?  You can either name them yourself, or copy, paste, and bold or highlight the players you expect to be here in 2022.
Note: Ages are as of today (5/25/2019) and Age 2022 is as of March 28, 2022 (rough Opening Day date).

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Pitchers B/T Ht Wt Age Now Age 2022
Shawn Armstrong R/R 6'2" 225lbs 28.7 31.5
Richard Bleier L/L 6'3" 215lbs 32.1 34.9
Dylan Bundy S/R 6'1" 200lbs 26.5 29.4
Cody Carroll R/R 6'5" 215lbs 26.6 29.4
Andrew Cashner R/R 6'6" 235lbs 32.7 35.5
Miguel Castro R/R 6'7" 205lbs 24.4 27.3
Alex Cobb R/R 6'3" 205lbs 31.6 34.5
Paul Fry L/L 6'0" 190lbs 26.8 29.7
Mychal Givens R/R 6'0" 210lbs 29.0 31.9
Hunter Harvey R/R 6'3" 175lbs 24.5 27.3
David Hess R/R 6'2" 180lbs 25.9 28.7
Nate Karns R/R 6'3" 225lbs 31.5 34.3
Branden Kline R/R 6'3" 210lbs 27.7 30.5
Josh Lucas R/R 6'6" 185lbs 28.6 31.4
John Means L/L 6'3" 230lbs 26.1 28.9
Luis Ortiz R/R 6'3" 230lbs 23.7 26.5
Evan Phillips R/R 6'2" 215lbs 24.7 27.5
Josh Rogers L/L 6'3" 220lbs 24.9 27.7
Tanner Scott R/L 6'2" 220lbs 24.8 27.7
Chandler Shepherd R/R 6'3" 185lbs 26.7 29.6
Dan Straily R/R 6'2" 220lbs 30.5 33.3
Dillon Tate R/R 6'2" 195lbs 25.1 27.9
Jimmy Yacabonis R/R 6'3" 205lbs 27.2 30.0
Gabriel Ynoa R/R 6'2" 205lbs 26.0 28.8
           
Catchers B/T Ht Wt Age Now Age 2022
Pedro Severino R/R 6'1" 219lbs 25.8 28.7
Chance Sisco L/R 6'2" 195lbs 24.2 27.1
Austin Wynns R/R 6'2" 205lbs 28.5 31.3
           
Infielders B/T Ht Wt Age Now Age 2022
Hanser Alberto R/R 5'11" 215lbs 26.6 29.4
Chris Davis L/R 6'3" 230lbs 33.2 36.0
Richie Martin R/R 5'11" 190lbs 24.4 27.3
Renato Nunez R/R 6'1" 220lbs 25.1 28.0
Rio Ruiz L/R 6'1" 215lbs 25.0 27.8
Jonathan Villar S/R 6'1" 215lbs 28.1 30.9
Stevie Wilkerson S/R 6'1" 195lbs 27.4 30.2
           
Outfielders B/T Ht Wt Age Now Age 2022
Keon Broxton R/R 6'3" 195lbs 29.0 31.9
Austin Hays R/R 6'1" 195lbs 23.9 26.7
Trey Mancini R/R 6'4" 215lbs 27.2 30.0
Cedric Mullins S/L 5'8" 175lbs 24.6 27.5
Joey Rickard R/L 6'1" 185lbs 28.0 30.9
Anthony Santander S/R 6'2" 190lbs 24.6 27.4
Dwight Smith Jr L/R 6'0" 210lbs 26.6 29.4
DJ Stewart L/R 6'0" 230lbs 25.5 28.3
           
DH B/T Ht Wt Age Now Age 2022
Mark Trumbo R/R 6'4" 225lbs 33.4 36.2

 

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Pitchers - Means, Harvey, Phillips, Scott, Fry

Infielders - Davis

Outfielders - Hays, Smith

Catchers - Severino

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11 minutes ago, Cy Bundy said:

Trumbo

Ynoa

Bleier

Trumbo? Are you joking, or did you go to Denver to watch the series and decided to partake in some of the local delicacies?

 

 

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From this group? Nobody. If we have any good ones they’re going to be traded, and we don’t have any good ones.

And the bad ones will go away.

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1 hour ago, waroriole said:

Harvey

Kline

Means

Sisco/Severino

Hays

Martin

I agree, except Sisco/Severino. I don't think any of the 3 catchers on the 40 are here then.

I think Paul Fry could hold on, as there really isn't a lefty specialist in the minors right now, unless they move Alex Wells to the bullpen.

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1 hour ago, Bahama O's Fan said:

How about give your upset/surprise pick to still be on the team then? An unlikely player

That’s an interesting question. I still think no one here now will be here then( Davis is a unique exception but he may be gone too)

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4 hours ago, Bahama O's Fan said:

How about give your upset/surprise pick to still be on the team then? An unlikely player

Surprise possibilities would include Alberto and Santander.

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5 hours ago, wildcard said:

Pitchers - Means, Harvey, Phillips, Scott, Fry

Infielders - Davis

Outfielders - Hays, Smith

Catchers - Severino

You think they hold onto Davis for THREE years? At current production levels?

If that happens I will have lost all hope.

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