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Boston Red Sox

Boston Red Sox

Boston Red Sox

The Red Sox announced 10 more additions to their 2023 spring training roster in a press release on Wednesday. They added 10 more non-roster invitees to make 23 total, in addition to the main 40-man roster.

One name will be familiar to those who have followed Triple-A Worcester in recent years: 25-year-old right-handed pitcher Durbin Feltman will attend his third consecutive spring training camp with Boston. Feltman had a rough season for the WooSox in 2022, posting a 7.63 ERA in 40 innings out of the bullpen. However, he was named the Red Sox’ Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2021, so there’s plenty of room for a rebound in 2023.

  • Worcester Red Sox pitcher Durbin Feltman. (Syndication: Worcester Telegram)

    Worcester Red Sox pitcher Durbin Feltman. (Syndication: Worcester Telegram)

  • Most of the Red Sox’ newest invitees are attending their first spring training camps, but the list also includes a 30-year-old veteran coming off Tommy John surgery. The list comprises exactly five pitchers and five position players each. There’s always the possibility that someone on this list ends up spending time in the majors, if not possesses untapped potential. Triston Casas, Tanner Houck, and Jarren Duran are some notable names who were recently non-roster invitees.

    Learn more about the rest of the Red Sox’ newest spring training invitees and check out the full rosters below.

    RHP Dan Altavilla

    Altavilla, 30, missed the entire 2022 season to recover from Tommy John surgery in June 2021. The six-year veteran reliever has a 4.03 career ERA in 119 innings between the Mariners and Padres, and has averaged an even 10.0 strikeouts per nine innings.

  • Apr 14, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; San Diego Padres relief pitcher Dan Altavilla (57) pitches against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the eighth inning at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

    Apr 14, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; San Diego Padres relief pitcher Dan Altavilla (57) pitches against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the eighth inning at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

  • RHP Taylor Broadway

    Broadway came over to the Red Sox in August 2022, completing a trade with the White Sox that sent reliever Jake Diekman to Chicago. The 25-year-old pitched 10 innings for Double-A Portland last season, allowing just one earned run and striking out 10. Broadway has yet to pitch in the major leagues.

  • RHP Victor Santos

    A former international free agent out of the Dominican Republic, Santos has six seasons of professional experience at age 22. He spent the first four-plus years of his career in the Phillies organization, before coming to the Red Sox in a mid-season trade in 2021. Santos posted a 4.97 ERA in 145 innings between Double-A Portland and Triple-A Worcester in 2022, but did set a new career-high with 126 strikeouts.

  • WORCESTER - Pitcher Victor Santos sends one to the plate as the Worcester Red Sox play the Syracuse Mets on Wednesday night. (Syndication: Worcester Telegram)

    WORCESTER – Pitcher Victor Santos sends one to the plate as the Worcester Red Sox play the Syracuse Mets on Wednesday night. (Syndication: Worcester Telegram)

  • RHP Chase Shugart

    Shugart played three seasons of college ball at Texas-Austin before being drafted by the Red Sox in the 2018 First-Year Players Draft. He’s spent the past five seasons working his way up the minors, splitting 2022 between Worcester and Portland. He has a 4.13 career ERA and 238 strikeouts in 265.2 minor-league innings.

  • INF Christian Koss

    Koss has been in the Red Sox organization since 2020, when he came over in a trade with the Colorado Rockies. He played seven Grapefruit League games in 2022. Koss has played 282 career games in the minors, 179 of them at shortstop. He also has experience at second base, third base, left field, and center field. He’s also a .277 career hitter in the minors.

  • SS Matthew Lugo

    Lugo is only 21 and in his fifth professional season, but is coming off a season at High-A Greenville in which he led the South Atlantic League in hits (134) and batted .282 with 18 home runs, 25 doubles, 10 triples, and an .844 OPS. Lugo is primarily a shortstop (179 career games), but also has experience at second and third.

  • INF/OF Ryan Fitzgerald

    The Red Sox’ press release lists Fitzgerald as both an infielder AND and outfielder, and he deserves it. He’s played at least nine games at every position except pitcher and catcher in his career, however, 298 of his 442 career games have been at shortstop. The 28-year-old was a surprise Grapefruit League standout in 2022, with four home runs in 11 games, but he batted only .219 in 127 games for Worcester in 2022. His versatility still gives him a chance to eventually crack the major leagues.

  • WooSox first baseman Ryan Fitzgerald catches a hard-hit line drive to end the fourth inning against the RailRiders at Polar Park on Saturday. (Syndication: Worcester Telegram)

    WooSox first baseman Ryan Fitzgerald catches a hard-hit line drive to end the fourth inning against the RailRiders at Polar Park on Saturday. (Syndication: Worcester Telegram)

  • INF/OF Nick Sogard

    Sogard originally came over to the Red Sox in a rare intra-division trade with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2021. He has solid experience playing shortstop, third base, and second base, and is a switch-hitter who split his time between Triple-A and Double-A in 2022.

  • C Stephen Scott

    Scott mainly played catcher in 2022 between Portland and Greenville, but also has experience at first base, outfield, and designated hitter. He batted just .219 in 96 games last season.

  • Full Red Sox 40-Man Roster

    Pitchers (21): Brayan Bello, Richard Bleier, Ryan Brasier, Kutter Crawford, Tanner Houck, Kenley Jansen, Zack Kelly, Corey Kluber, Chris Martin, Bryan Mata, Wyatt Mills, Chris Murphy, Kaleb Ort, James Paxton, Nick Pivetta, Joely Rodríguez, Chris Sale, John Schreiber, Brandon Walter, Garrett Whitlock, Josh Winckowski

    Catchers (2): Reese McGuire, Connor Wong

    Infielders (7): Triston Casas, Bobby Dalbec, Rafael Devers, David Hamilton, Adalberto Mondesi, Trevor Story, Justin Turner

    Outfielders (6): Wilyer Abreu, Jarren Duran, Adam Duvall, Rob Refsnyder, Alex Verdugo, Masataka Yoshida

  • Full List: Red Sox Non-Roster Invitees

    Pitchers (9): Dan Altavilla, Taylor Broadway, Matt Dermody, Durbin Feltman, Norwith Gudino, Oddanier Mosqueda, Victor Santos, Ryan Sherriff, Chase Shugart

    Catchers (4): Jorge Alfaro, Caleb Hamilton, Ronaldo Hernández, Stephen Scott

    Infielders (2): Christian Koss, Matthew Lugo

    Outfielders (3): Greg Allen, Narciso Crook, Raimel Tapia

    Infielder/Outfielders (3): Ryan Fitzgerald, Niko Goodrum, Nick Sogard

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