Spring Training 2012: Chicago Cubs Announce 21 Non-Roster Invitees

The start of Chicago Cubs spring training is right around the corner, and on Monday afternoon the team announced that 21 players not on the current roster have been invited to camp.

Related: Cubs Issue 21 Non-Roster Invitations To Spring Training

The list includes some promising prospects mixed in with some of the guys the Cubs signed to minor league deals during the offseason. Bleed Cubbie Blue has the breakdown:

Nine pitchers: righthanders Marco Carrillo, Manuel Corpas, Jay Jackson, Rodrigo Lopez, Trey McNutt, Blake Parker and Dae-Eun Rhee and lefthanders Trever Miller and Chris Rusin

Three catchers: Michael Brenly, Jason Jaramillo and Blake Lalli

Five infielders: Alfredo Amezaga, Edgar Gonzalez, Jonathan Mota, Bobby Scales and Matt Tolbert

Four outfielders: James Adduci, Jae-Hoon Ha, Brett Jackson and Joe Mather

Pitchers and catchers report to Cubs camp on Feb. 18 and everyone else joins them on Feb. 23

Stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for more information, and for in-depth analysis on the Chicago Cubs be sure to visit Bleed Cubbie Blue. Visit Baseball Nation for more news and notes around the league.

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