As we enter that part of the pre-spring training part of the baseball schedule, we have five more teams that have announced their invites to spring training. As always, you can find a complete index of all of the prospects invited to spring training here, regardless of whether they are automatically invited thanks to being on the 40-man roster or if they got a non-roster invite.
*click on the team name to see the full list of their spring traning invites
The biggest names here are Joey Terdoslavich, who was thrust into the role of "Chipper's replacement" about two years too early and likely still can't play third base. Lefty Sean Gilmartin is trying to follow the Mike Minor path to the majors, but still has a year to go. Evan Gattis is known as a catcher, but if the Braves don't fill their need in left field, don't be surprised to see him earn a solid look deep into spring training.
The White Sox don't have much in the way of major league-ready, impact prospects, but it should be exciting to see 2012 first rounder Courtney Hawkins in camp. Jared Mitchell is still trying to regain his form from a devistating spring training injury a few years ago, and fellow outfielder Trayce Thompson is trying to prove his strikeouts aren't too much to keep him from being a major league contributor.
The list of M's prospects invited to camp includes the usual suspects, including top pitching prospect Taijuan Walker, who has the arm to potentially tempt the Mariners decision makers to give him a chance to break camp with the major league club, even though he's not yet ready. Infielders Nick Franklin and Brad Miller will also be in camp, even though neither has a legitimate shot to make the major league roster out of spring training.