2018 Mets Spring Training Numerical Roster

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Number Name Notes
1 Amed Rosario
2 Gavin Checchini
3 vacant Was Curtis Granderson
4 Wilmer Flores
5 David Wright
6 Pat Roessler
7 Jose Reyes
8 Vacant Uunassigned (Gary Carter)
9 Brandon Nimmo
10 Gary DiSarcina bench coach; was Terry Collins
11 Ty Kelly NRI; Was Nori Aoki
12 Juan Lagares
13 Asdrubal Cabrera
14 Retired Gil Hodges
15 Vacant was Matt Reynolds
16 Matt den Dekker NRI
17 Vacant unassigned (Keith Hernandez)
18 Travis d’Arnaud
19 Jay Bruce
20 Ruben Amaro Jr. 1st base coach
21 Todd Frazier
22 Dominic Smith
23 Adrian Gonzalez was Dick Scott
24 Vacant unassigned (Willie Mays)
25 Ricky Bones Bullpen coach
26 Kevin Plawecki
27 Jeurys Familia
28 Vacant was Travis Taijeron
29 Vacant was Tommy Milone
30 Michael Conforto
31 Retired Mike Piazza
32 Steven Matz
33 Matt Harvey
34 Noah Syndergaard
35 Jacob Rhame
36 Mickey Callaway manager
37 Retired Casey Stengel
38 Anthony Swarzak was Dan Warthen
39 Jerry Blevins
40 Jason Vargas
41 Retired Tom Seaver
42 Retired Jackie Robinson
43 Jamie Callahan
44 AJ Ramos
45 Zack Wheeler
46 Vacant was Chasen Bradford
47 Hansel Robles
48 Jacob deGrom
49 Vacant was Josh Smoker
50 Rafael Montero
51 Paul Sewald
52 Yoenis Cespedes
53 Glenn Sherlock Third base coach
54 TJ Rivera
55 Corey Oswalt thanks Jim A.
56 Tom Slater Assistant hitting coach; was Tyler Pill
57 Dave Racianello Bullpen catcher
58 Dave Eiland Pitching coach
59 Jose Lobaton NRI
60 Luis Guillorme
61 Kevin McGowan?
62 Tyler Bashlor was Erik Goeddel
63 Gerson Bautista
64 Chris Flexen
65 Robert Gsellman
66 Vacant was Josh Edgin
67 Seth Lugo
68 Marcos Molina
69 Vacant
70 Patrick Mazieka NRI
71 Zach Borenstein NRI
72 Phillip Evans NRI
73 Matt Purke NRI
74 Peter Alonso NRI
75 David Thompson NRI
76 Kevin Kaczmarski NRI
77 Tomas Nido
78 Eric Langill Bullpen catcher
79 Adonis Uceta NRI
80 PJ Conlon NRI
81 Corey Taylor NRI
82 Drew Smith NRI
83 Tim Tebow NRI
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  1. Jim A says:

    Corey Oswalt is #55, per Mets.com

  2. Tom says:

    At this point there are lots of vacancies, so why are Lugo and Gsellman still wearing offensive lineman numbers?

  3. Matt B says:

    Vargas will wear #40. I agree on Lugo and Gsellman…those were their spring training numbers in 2016, and then they were reissued them when they came up. Some guys are superstitious, in that once they get to the bigs and are assigned a number, they keep that one, even though it might be a high one. I am sure if they asked for lower numbers, they could get them at this point. They might not care.

    • Tom says:

      I just think it’s goofy.

      • Gene F. says:

        In Ball Four Jim Bouton talks about when was assigned 56 in camp during his rookie year when he had little chance of making the team. He made it and was very successful, and when they asked if he wanted a better number the next year he kept 56 (and I’m paraphrasing here) to remind him of how close he was to not making the club.

  4. Matt B says:

    I totally agree it’s goofy! And TJ shouldn’t be wearing #54, either. Too bad former clubhouse manager Charlie Samuel’s got busted a few years back for stealing and selling Mets game worn stuff. He at least knew how to issue uniform numbers! 😉

  5. Gordon says:

    I’ve always assumed that Gsellman’s 65 is by choice. Think 65ellman.

  6. Chris says:

    I hope someday they’ll make a firm decision regarding #8 and #24–retire them or return them to the rotation.

  7. Gordon says:

    A.J. Griffin has been given 46

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