Mets, Yankees Announce Initial MLB Summer Camp Rosters

Lou DiPietro
June 29, 2020 - 9:48 am

MLB’s “Summer Camp” is due to begin this week, and the Yankees and Mets handed in their preliminary preseason player pools over the weekend ahead of baseball’s deadline.

On the Yankees’ side, the pool stands at 58 players, as the team placed RHP Luis Severino on the 60-day injured list (he will not pitch this season while recovering from Tommy John surgery) and kept RHP Domingo German on the restricted list as he serves the remainder of his suspension under the league’s domestic violence policy.

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With the player pool of 58, that means the Yankees added 19 non-roster invitees, with the “surprises” coming in the fact that the Yankees announced when revealing the pool that they have signed infielder Matt Duffy and catcher Max McDowell, who were not with the organization when spring training was suspended, to minor-league deals and added them to the pool.

The full Yankees roster as of now, which can still be expanded by two more players:

The Mets, meanwhile, have an initial roster pool of just 45, as the team has not announced any new signings and also chosen not to include many of the top prospects on their 40-man roster in the initial pool. The Mets’ full squad for now:

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