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Gulf Coast Reds

The Arizona League Reds, formerly the Gulf Coast League Reds, are a minor league baseball team in Goodyear, Arizona. They are a Rookie-level team in the Arizona League that begin play as a Cincinnati Reds affiliate in the summer of 2010. The AZL Reds play home games at the Goodyear Ballpark. The team is composed mainly of players who are in their first year of professional baseball either as draftees or non-drafted free agents from the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, and other countries.

With the announcement of the big league club moving their spring training headquarters from Sarasota, Florida to Goodyear, Arizona beginning in 2010, the former GCL Reds headed to the Arizona League for the 2010 season. The GCL Reds played home games in Sarasota, Florida, at Ed Smith Stadium.


Players Coaches/Other


  • 88 Mark Armstrong
  • 48 Manuel Aybar
  • 55 Ty Boyles
  • 41 Vaughn Covington ‡
  • -- Mason Felt
  • 47 Wagner Gomez
  • 57 Jakub Izold
  •  3 Chad Jones
  • -- Jason Kilby
  • 34 Jeremy Kivel
  • 89 Michael Lorenzen
  • 31 Tyler Mahle
  • 35 Soid Marquez
  • 37 Juan Martinez
  • 32 Oswaldo Mieres
  • 51 Evan Mitchell
  • 16 Bernardo Moreta
  • 36 Junior Morillo
  • 26 Jesus Parra
  • 21 Ibrahin Redan
  • -- Jordan Remer
  • 29 Fabian Roman
  • 19 Franderlin Romero


  • 19 Jose Duarte
  • 12 Shedric Long
  • 40 J.R Reynolds


  •  2 Oviel Florentino
  • 52 Kevin Franklin
  • 22 Aldi Guzman
  • 30 Joe Jocketty
  • 28 Yonatan Suero
  • 17 Cory Thompson
  • 38 Logan Uxa


  • -- Argenis Aldazoro
  • 23 Aristides Aquino
  • 27 Dalton Carter
  • -- Sebastian Elizalde
  •  6 Jose Fernandez
  • 33 Kevin Garcia
  • -- Elliott Hargreaves
  • 25 Jonathan Martijn



  • 15 Luis Bolivar (Batting Coach)
  • 50 Derrin Ebert (Pitching Coach)
  • 45 Elmer Dessens (Assistant Pitching Coach)

7-day disabled list
* On Cincinnati Reds 40-man roster
∞ Reserve list
§ Suspended list
‡ Restricted list
# Rehab assignment
Roster updated July 3, 2013
More MiLB rosters
Cincinnati Reds minor league players

External links

  • AZL Reds

See also

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