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22 non-roster players invited to Rockies Spring Training

Regis Jesuit High School graduate Max George will be attending his first Major League Spring Training.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The Colorado Rockies announced Tuesday the club’s non-roster invitations to 2021 Major League Spring Training.

Seven of the Rockies' 22 non-roster invites are joining from different organizations. Fifteen players finished last season in the Rockies organization, including four who appeared in a Major League game with the Rockies: Chi Chi González, Joe Harvey, Chris Owings and Jesus Tinoco.

Colorado native Max George, a Regis Jesuit High School graduate, will be attending his first Major League Spring Training, said the Rockies.

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The Rockies begin Spring Training on Sunday, Feb. 28 with a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Resort.

Rockies pitchers and catchers are scheduled to have their first workout on Thursday, Feb. 18. The first full-squad workout is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 23.

Colorado Rockies 2021 Non-Roster Invitations:

LH Pitchers 

  • Brian Gonzalez
  • Ryan Rolison

RH Pitchers

  • Julian Fernández 
  • Chi Chi González
  • Joe Harvey
  • Heath Holder 
  • Dereck Rodríguez
  • Chad Smith
  • Jesus Tinoco 

Catchers 

  • José Briceño 
  • Max George
  • Willie MacIver
  • Chris Rabago
  • Brian Serven

Infielders 

  • Greg Bird
  • C.J. Cron
  • Connor Joe
  • Chris Owings 
  • Eric Stamets
  • Alan Trejo
  • Ryan Vilade 

Outfielders

  • Jameson Hannah

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