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Braves set Instructional League roster
It happens every Fall. The Instructional League is one last chance for some of the younger players in the farm system to get additional work going into the winter. It's also a chance for more of the coaches and instructors to get a good, solid glimpse at the future. This year the Braves will have 47 players in the Instructional League. That number is down a little bit from previous years, as the Braves have only six players on the IL roster that played in A ball this season. Sixteen of the 47 players played this season in the Gulf Coast League, while 14 played in Danville. There are eight new players, either signed late after the draft or international signings, that will be making their debuts in a Braves' uniform. Five members of the Rome Braves will be in Orlando this fall. Three players are coming over from the Dominican Summer League, while one player is coming off an injury. There is only one player that played this season in Myrtle Beach. The 23 pitchers include 11 pitchers...
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