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Dominican Summer League Phillies

The Dominican Summer Phillies are a minor league baseball team in the Dominican Summer League. The team plays in the Santo Domingo North division and is affiliated with the Philadelphia Phillies.


Players Coaches/Other


  • 65 Dario Alvarez
  • 29 Daurius Alvarez
  • 15 Gabirel Arias
  • 40 Alvaro Bacil
  • 33 Edwin Bernabel
  • 42 Domingo Brazoban
  • 13 Pedro Carpio
  • 57 Felix Cespedes
  • 48 Francique Charles
  • 58 Marcos Coca
  • 54 Kevin De Gracia
  • 28 Daniel De La Cruz
  • 31 Eduardo Estevez
  • 26 Antonio Florentino
  • 44 Siulman Lebron
  • -- Joel Martinez
  • 51 Sergio Mendez
  • -- Rey Pascual
  • 59 Richy Paulino
  • 43 Raudy Sandoval
  • -- Juan Sepulveda
  • 71 Juan Sosa


  • 21 Emmanuel Checo
  • 37 Nelson Ventura


  • 68 Pedro Aguilar
  • 7 Geancarlo Mendez
  • 16 Anderson Moscat
  • 74 Luis Paulino
  • 8 Cesar Tejada
  • 67 Carlos Valenzuela
  • 30 Jonathan Villan


  • 63 Miguel Alvarez
  • 5 Rudney Balentien
  • -- Carlos Best
  • 23 Eduard Martinez
  • 10 Jose Trinidad



7-day disabled list
* On Philadelphia Phillies 40-man roster
∞ Reserve list
§ Suspended list
‡ Restricted list
# Rehab assignment
Roster updated 2009-04-05
More MiLB rosters
Philadelphia Phillies minor league players

External links

  • DSL Phillies on SABR Minor Leagues Database
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