Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

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Below is a partial list of Minor League Baseball players in the Los Angeles Dodgers system.

Players[edit]

Yadier Álvarez[edit]

Yadier Álvarez
YadierAlvarez.jpg
Álvarez with the Great Lakes Loons
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1996-03-07) March 7, 1996 (age 25)
Matanzas, Cuba
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Yadier Álvarez Ventosa (born March 7, 1996) is a Cuban professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Álvarez defected from Cuba to pursue a career in Major League Baseball (MLB).[1][2] He has a fastball that touches 98 miles per hour. Scouts believe he has number two starter upside and one National League official has said that he is the best 18-year-old pitcher he had ever seen.[3] He received interest from numerous MLB teams including the Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks.[4][5]

Ranked as the second best prospect by mlb.com heading into the 2015 international signing period, Álvarez signed with the Dodgers on July 2, 2015, for a $16 million bonus.[6][7] He made his professional baseball debut for the Dodgers Arizona rookie league affiliate on June 20, 2016, and struck out seven while only allowing one hit in ​3 23 innings pitched.[8] In five starts for the team, he was 1–1 with a 1.80 ERA and 57 strikeouts.[9] He was promoted to the Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League and struck out 10 in his debut for the Loons on July 21, 2016.[10] He made nine starts for the Loons with a 2.97 ERA and 55 strikeouts in only ​39 13 innings.[11] In 2017, he was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League and chosen to represent the world team at the All-Star Futures Game.[12]

Álvarez began 2017 with the Quakes and was promoted to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers at mid-season. Between the two leagues he made 18 starts (and three relief appearances) and was 4–6 with a 4.68 ERA.[13] He returned to Tulsa in 2018 and was selected to represent the Drillers at the mid-season Texas League All-Star Game.[14] In 17 games (eight starts), he went 1–2 with a 4.66 ERA.[15]

The Dodgers added Álvarez to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[16] He returned to Tulsa to begin 2019, but he only appeared in two games, allowing six runs in ​3 23 innings.[13] He spent the rest of the season on the minor league injured list before the Dodgers placed him on the restricted list for disciplinary reasons.[17] Álvarez reported for spring training in 2020 with a chance to work his way back into the Dodgers plans but was scratched from his first spring appearance due to health issues and was designated for assignment the next day.[18]

Clayton Beeter[edit]

Clayton Beeter
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1998-10-09) October 9, 1998 (age 22)
Fort Worth, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Clayton Howard Beeter (born October 9, 1998) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. He played college baseball at Texas Tech.

Beeter attended Birdville High School in North Richland Hills, Texas, where he played football and baseball.[19] In 2017, his senior year, he compiled a 0.81 ERA and 106 strikeouts over 55 innings alongside batting .417 with two home runs.[20] Undrafted in the 2017 Major League Baseball draft, he enrolled at Texas Tech University to play college baseball.

Beeter suffered an arm injury in the fall of freshman year at Texas Tech, and underwent Tommy John surgery, thus forcing him to miss the 2018 season.[21] He returned healthy as a redshirt freshman in 2019, going 0–3 with a 3.48 ERA over ​20 23 relief innings, striking out forty.[22] In 2020, his redshirt sophomore season, Beeter moved into the starting rotation, and was named the starting pitcher for Texas Tech's season opener.[23] Beeter went 2–1 with a 2.14 ERA over four starts before the college baseball season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[24]

Beeter was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second round of the 2020 Major League Baseball draft.[25] He signed with the Dodgers on July 5, 2020.[26] He did not play a minor league game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the minor league season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Michael Busch[edit]

Michael Busch
Michael Busch.jpeg
Busch with the North Carolina Tar Heels
Los Angeles Dodgers
First baseman
Born: (1997-11-09) November 9, 1997 (age 23)
Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Michael James Busch (born November 9, 1997) is an American professional baseball first baseman in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. He played college baseball for the North Carolina Tar Heels.

Busch attended Simley High School in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, where he played football, hockey and baseball.[27] Busch was rated the #4 player and #1 first baseman in the state of Minnesota by Perfect Game.[28] During his senior baseball season, Busch was Team Captain and an All-State selection.[29] Undrafted out of high school in the 2016 MLB draft, he enrolled at the University of North Carolina to play college baseball for the North Carolina Tar Heels.

In 2017, as a freshman at North Carolina, Busch appeared in 55 games, hitting .215 with three home runs and 22 RBIs.[30] After the season, he played in the Northwoods League for the St. Cloud Rox.[31] As a sophomore in 2018, Busch broke out, starting all 64 of North Carolina's games, batting .317 with 13 home runs and 63 RBIs.[32] He batted .636 during the NCAA Tournament's Chapel Hill Regional and was named the Most Outstanding Player,[33] helping lead North Carolina to the 2017 College World Series.[34] He was named to the All-ACC Second Team.[35] Following the season, he played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Chatham Anglers, where batted .322 with six home runs in 27 games and was named to the All-Cape League Team.[36]

Prior to the 2019 season, Busch was named a preseason All-American by multiple media outlets, including Perfect Game[37] and Baseball America.[38] He was considered one of the top prospects for the 2019 Major League Baseball draft[39] and was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers with the 31st overall pick.[40] He signed with the Dodgers on July 5 for a $2.31 million bonus.[41] He appeared in 10 games in the Dodgers farm system in 2019, split between the Arizona League Dodgers and Great Lakes Loons. He had three hits in 24 at-bats.[42] Busch played for the Glendale Desert Dogs of the Arizona Fall League following the 2019 season.[43]

Busch did not play a minor league game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the minor league season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gerardo Carrillo[edit]

Gerardo Carrillo
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 93
Pitcher
Born: (1998-09-13) September 13, 1998 (age 22)
Guadalajara, Mexico
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Gerardo Carrillo (born September 13, 1998) is a Mexican professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Carrillo signed with the Dodgers as an international free agent in 2016 and began his professional career the following year with the Dominican Summer League Dodgers.[44] He played for the Arizona League Dodgers and Great Lakes Loons in 2018 and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes in 2019. The Dodgers added him to their 40-man roster after the 2020 season.[45]

Diego Cartaya[edit]

Diego Cartaya
Los Angeles Dodgers
Catcher
Born: (2001-09-07) September 7, 2001 (age 19)
Maracay, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Diego Armando Cartaya (born September 7, 2001) is a Venezuelan professional baseball catcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Cartaya was rated as MLB Pipeline's top international prospect when he signed with the Dodgers on July 2, 2018.[46] He made his professional debut in 2019 with the Dodgers Arizona League affiliates, hitting .281 in 41 games.[47] He was rated as the Dodgers ninth best prospect going into the 2020 season.[48] and was added to the Dodgers 60-man player pool for the pandemic affected season.[49]

Omar Estevez[edit]

Omar Estevez
Omar Estevez.jpg
Estevez with the Great Lakes Loons
Los Angeles Dodgers
Shortstop / Second baseman
Born: (1998-02-25) February 25, 1998 (age 23)
Matanzas, Cuba
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Omar Estevez (born February 2, 1998) is a Cuban professional baseball shortstop in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Estevez plated for Matanzas in the Cuban National Series as a 16-year old during the 2014–2015 season.[50] He signed with the Dodgers as an international free agent in November 2015 for a $6 million bonus.[51] He made his professional debut with the Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League in 2016, hitting .255 in 122 games.[50] Estevez was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League, where he spent the 2017 and 2018 seasons.[50] In 2019, he was promoted to the Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League and he hit .291 in 83 games with six homers and 36 RBI.[50]

Josiah Gray[edit]

Josiah Gray
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1997-12-21) December 21, 1997 (age 23)
New Rochelle, New York
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Josiah Gray (born December 21, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

After not being heavily recruited out of New Rochelle High School, Gray accepted a scholarship to LeMoyne College in Syracuse, New York. He spent his first two seasons at LeMoyne splitting time as a shortstop and a pitcher before transitioning to the mound full-time as a junior. As a junior in 2016, he went 11–0 with a 1.25 ERA in 13 starts.[52] In 2017, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[53] Gray was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the second round of the 2018 MLB draft. He signed and made his professional debut with the Greeneville Reds, going 2–2 with a 2.58 ERA in 12 starts.[54]

On December 21, 2018, his 21st birthday, Gray was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers, along with Jeter Downs and Homer Bailey in exchange for Matt Kemp, Yasiel Puig, Alex Wood, Kyle Farmer and cash considerations.[55] He began 2019 with the Great Lakes Loons,[56] and was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes in May.[57] In July, he was promoted to the Tulsa Drillers.[58] Between the three levels in 2019, he made 25 starts (and one relief appearance) with an 11–2 record and 2.70 ERA with 147 strikeouts in 130 innings.[52] He was named as the Dodgers Minor League pitcher of the year.[59]

Kody Hoese[edit]

Kody Hoese
Los Angeles Dodgers
Third baseman
Born: (1997-07-13) July 13, 1997 (age 23)
Merrillville, Indiana
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Career highlights and awards

Kody Michael Hoese (born July 13, 1997) is an American professional baseball third baseman in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Hoese attended Griffith High School in Griffith, Indiana.[60] As a senior, he hit .388 with four home runs and 29 RBIs.[61] Undrafted out of high school in the 2016 MLB draft, he enrolled at Tulane University to play college baseball for the Tulane Green Wave.[62]

In 2017, as a freshman at Tulane, Hoese hit .213 with zero home runs and 10 RBIs in 44 games.[63] As a sophomore in 2018, he started all 58 of Tulane's games at third base and batted .291 with five home runs and 31 RBIs.[64] He was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 35th round of the 2018 MLB draft, but did not sign.[65][66][67] After the season, he played in the New England Collegiate Baseball League for the Newport Gulls, hitting .283 with seven home runs and 25 RBIs in 38 games.[68][69] In 2019, Hoese's junior year, he hit .391 with 23 home runs and sixty RBIs in 56 games[70] and was named the American Athletic Conference Player of the Year.[71]

Hoese was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round of the 2019 Major League Baseball draft with the 25th overall pick.[72] He signed for $2.74 million,[73] and made his professional debut on June 17, 2019, with the Arizona League Dodgers. He had three hits, all doubles, in three at-bats in that game.[74] After 19 games in the Arizona League, he was promoted to the Great Lakes Loons in July, with whom he finished the season. Over 41 games between the two clubs, Hoese slashed .299/.380/.483 with five home runs and 29 RBIs.[62]

Andre Jackson[edit]

Andre Jackson
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 94
Pitcher
Born: (1996-05-01) May 1, 1996 (age 24)
Vail, Arizona
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Andre Terrell Jackson (born May 1, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Jackson was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 32nd round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft out of Cienega High School in Vail, Arizona, but did not sign and chose instead to attend college at the University of Utah.[75][76] In 2015, Jackson's freshman year, he played as an outfielder, and hit .179 over 44 games. As a sophomore in 2016, he batted .299 with twenty RBIs over 34 games alongside pitching to a 6.41 ERA over 11 relief appearances. After the season, he underwent Tommy John surgery, and missed the 2017 season.[77] Despite this, he was still selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 12th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[78][79]

Jackson signed with the Dodgers and made his professional debut in 2018, splitting time between the Arizona League Dodgers and the Great Lakes Loons, going a combined 3–5 with a 4.10 ERA over 18 games (17 starts), striking out 76 batters over 68 innings.[80] He returned to Great Lakes in 2019[81] before being promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. Over 25 starts between the two clubs, he went 7–2 with a 3.06 ERA.[82]

The Dodgers added Jackson to their 40-man roster after the 2020 season.[83]

Marshall Kasowski[edit]

Marshall Kasowski
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1995-03-10) March 10, 1995 (age 26)
Conroe, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Marshall Austin Kasowski (born March 10, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Kasowski attended Oak Ridge High School in Conroe, Texas and played college baseball at the Panola College, the University of Houston and West Texas A&M University.[84] In 2015, he suffered serious head injuries in a car accident that nearly ended his baseball career.[85]

Kasowski was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 13th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[86] He spent his first professional season with the Arizona League Dodgers and Great Lakes Loons, pitching to a combined 1–1 record with a 3.18 ERA in 11.1 innings pitched. In 2018, he played for Great Lakes, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and Tulsa Drillers.[87] In 41 games between the three clubs, he pitched to a 2–1 record with a 2.09 ERA, striking out 111 batters in 64.2 innings pitched.[88] In 2019, he returned to Tulsa where he appeared in 27 games and was 4–3 with a 2.27 ERA.[89]

Devin Mann[edit]

Devin Mann
Los Angeles Dodgers
Second baseman
Born: (1997-02-11) February 11, 1997 (age 24)
Columbus, Indiana
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Devin Jacob Mann (born February 11, 1997) is an American professional baseball second baseman in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Mann attended Columbus North High School in Columbus, Indiana, where he played baseball. In 2015, as a senior, he batted .410 with nine home runs, earning All-State honors.[90][91] Undrafted in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft, he enrolled at the University of Louisville where he played college baseball.

In 2016, Mann's freshman season at Louisville, he played in 39 games, batting .303 with nine doubles and 17 RBIs, earning a spot on the ACC All-Freshman team.[92][93][94] That summer, he played in the New England Collegiate Baseball League with the Newport Gulls.[95] As a sophomore at Louisville in 2017, Mann started 64 games, hitting .268 with eight home runs and 44 RBIs.[96] That summer, he played briefly in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Orleans Firebirds.[97][98] In 2018, his junior year, he slashed .303/.446/.504 with seven home runs, 52 RBIs, and 15 stolen bases. Following the season, he was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fifth round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft.[99][100][101]

Mann signed with the Dodgers and made his professional debut with the Arizona League Dodgers before being promoted to the Great Lakes Loons, where he finished the year. Over 65 games, he batted .240 with two home runs and thirty RBIs.[102] Mann spent 2019 with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes,[103] with whom he was named a California League All-Star[104][105][106] alongside being named the league's Player of the Month for June.[107] Over 98 games with the Quakes for the year, Mann slashed .278/.358/.496 with 19 home runs and 63 RBIs. He played in the Arizona Fall League for the Glendale Desert Dogs after the season.[108]

Ryan Noda[edit]

Ryan Noda
Ryan Noda 2018.jpg
Noda with the Lansing Lugnuts in 2018
Los Angeles Dodgers
First baseman / Outfielder
Born: (1996-03-30) March 30, 1996 (age 25)
Volo, Illinois
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Ryan Anthony Noda (born March 30, 1996) is an American professional baseball shortstop in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Noda attended Grant Community High School in Fox Lake, Illinois.[109] He was not drafted after graduating, and then attended the University of Cincinnati, playing three seasons with the Bearcats.[110] In his freshman season, Noda recorded a .230 batting average, seven home runs, and 32 runs batted in (RBI). In addition, he made a one-inning pitching appearance and did not allow a baserunner.[109] After his freshman season in 2015, he played collegiate summer baseball for the Yarmouth–Dennis Red Sox of the Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL),[111] and helped lead the Red Sox to the league championship.[112] As a sophomore, he batted .250 with six home runs and 34 RBI.[109] Following his sophomore season in 2016, he returned to the CCBL, playing for the Brewster Whitecaps.[113] In his final season with Cincinnati, Noda hit .236 with nine home runs and 36 RBI.

Noda was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 15th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft, and assigned to the Rookie Advanced Bluefield Blue Jays of the Appalachian League. In 66 games, Noda recorded a .364 batting average, seven home runs, and 39 RBI.[110] He was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers on February 23, 2021, as the player to be named later in the deal that sent Ross Stripling to the Blue Jays in 2020.[114]

Ryan Pepiot[edit]

Ryan Pepiot
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1997-08-21) August 21, 1997 (age 23)
Indianapolis, Indiana
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Ryan Pepiot (born August 21, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Pepiot was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and grew up in Westfield, Indiana, where he attended Westfield High School and played baseball, basketball, and football. In football, he was named Class 5-A All-State at quarterback as a senior.[115]

Pepiot was a member of the Butler Bulldogs for three seasons. After his sophomore year, Pepiot played for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks of the Cape Cod Baseball League. As a junior, he went 4–4 with a 3.92 ERA in 14 starts while striking out a school record 126 batters over 78 innings.[116] Pepiot finished the season as Butler's career leader in strikeouts with 306.[117] He was selected in the 3rd round of the 2019 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers, becoming the highest-drafted Butler player in program history.[118]

Pepiot signed with the Dodgers and was initially assigned to the Arizona League Dodgers before being promoted to the Class-A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League. He finished the season with 13 appearances (10 starts) between the two levels, recording no decisions with a 1.93 ERA and 31 strikeouts in 23.1 innings pitched.[119] Pepiot was named to the Dodgers' 2021 Spring Training roster as a non-roster invitee.[120][121]

DJ Peters[edit]

DJ Peters
DJPeters.jpg
Peters with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 70
Outfielder
Born: (1995-12-12) December 12, 1995 (age 25)
Glendora, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Donald Scott Peters (born December 12, 1995) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Peters attended Glendora High School in Glendora, California. He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 36th round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft, but did not sign and attended Western Nevada College, where he played college baseball. After one year at Western Nevada, he was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 36th round of the 2015 MLB Draft, but again did not sign and returned to Western Nevada. In 2016, he was the Scenic West Athletic Conference Player of the Year.[122][123] After the season, Peters was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fourth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft and signed,[124] turning down a scholarship offer from California State University, Fullerton. Peters was initially committed to Cal State Fullerton out of high school.

Peters spent his first professional season with the Ogden Raptors where he posted a .351 batting average with 13 home runs, 48 RBIs and a 1.052 OPS in 66 games.[125] He spent 2017 with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and was named to the California League mid-season all-star team.[126] In 132 games, he batted .276 with 27 home runs and 82 RBIs,[127][128] and at the end of the season, was named to the postseason all-star team and was selected as the California League Most Valuable Player.[129] Peters spent 2018 with the Tulsa Drillers, batting .236 with 29 home runs and sixty RBIs in 132 games.[130] He returned to Tulsa to begin 2019[131] and was promoted to the AAA Oklahoma City Dodgers on June 27.[132] Between the two levels, he hit .249/.358/.453 in 125 games with 23 homers and 81 RBI.[128] He was added to the 40-man roster after the season.[133]

Zach Reks[edit]

Zach Reks
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 84
Outfielder
Born: (1993-11-12) November 12, 1993 (age 27)
Chicago, Illinois
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Zach Joseph Reks (born November 12, 1993) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Reks attended Carl Sandburg High School in Orland Park, Illinois. He played one year of college baseball at the United States Air Force Academy before quitting and transferring to the University of Kentucky as a student. After not playing for two years he joined the Kentucky Wildcats baseball team as a walk-on in 2016.[134] He played two seasons at Kentucky, before being drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 10th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[135]

Reks spent his first professional season with the Ogden Raptors, Great Lakes Loons and Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, batting .317 with two home runs over 47 games between the three teams. He played 2018 with Rancho Cucamonga and the Tulsa Drillers,[136] slashing .303/.374/.424 with five home runs and forty RBIs in 88 games.[137] He started 2019 with Tulsa before being promoted to the Oklahoma City Dodgers. He played in 121 games total with a .291 average and 28 homers with 93 RBI.[137]

The Dodgers added Reks to their 40-man roster after the 2020 season.[138]

Edwin Uceta[edit]

Edwin Uceta
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 92
Pitcher
Born: (1998-01-09) January 9, 1998 (age 23)
Villa Los Almácigos, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Edwin Daniel Uceta (born January 9, 1998) is an Dominican professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Uceta signed with the Dodgers organization on July 2, 2016, for $100,000, when he was 16 years old,[139] and spent that season with the Dominican Summer League Dodgers, where he was 2–1 with a 1.72 ERA in ​31 13 innings over 11 games (3 starts)[140] The following season, he was assigned to the Ogden Raptors of the rookie-class Pioneer League, where he was the starting pitcher in the league championship game that the Raptors won.[141] In 2018, he was promoted to the Class-A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League and recognized as one of the Dodgers top-30 prospects by MLB Pipeline.[139] He was 5–6 with a 3.2 ERA in 20 starts for the Loons.[140] He split the 2019 season between the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League and the Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League, pitching to a combined 11–2 record and 2.77 ERA in 26 games (24 of them starts).[140] He was a mid-season all-star for the Quakes[142] and started the Texas League Championship Game and pitched four scoreless innings though the Drillers lost the game late.[143]

The Dodgers added Uceta to their 40-man roster after the 2020 season.[144]

Kendall Williams[edit]

Kendall Williams
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2000-08-24) August 24, 2000 (age 20)
Olive Branch, Mississippi
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Kendall Allen Williams (born August 24, 2000) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Williams attended IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida and was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the second round of the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft. He turned down a scholarship offer by Vanderbilt University to sign with the Blue Jays.[145] He began his professional career with the Gulf Coast Blue Jays, where he made five starts (six appearances) and allowed two earned runs in 16 innings.[146]

He did not play a minor league game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the minor league season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Williams was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers on September 1, 2020 (along with another player to be named later) in exchange for Ross Stripling.[147]

Full Triple-A to Rookie League rosters[edit]

Below are the rosters of the minor league affiliates of the Los Angeles Dodgers

Triple-A[edit]

Oklahoma City Dodgers roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

  • -- Roimer Bolivar
  • 90 Donovan Casey
  • 90 Romer Cuadrado
  • 96 Jeren Kendall
  • 95 Carlos Rincon


Manager

  •  8 Travis Barbary

Coaches


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated February 18, 2021
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Double-A[edit]

Tulsa Drillers roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 21 Michael Boyle
  •  5 Parker Curry
  • -- Drew Finley
  • 82 Josiah Gray
  •  0 Michael Grove
  • -- Melvin Jimenez
  • 17 Ryan Moseley
  • 73 Yaisel Sierra
  • -- Gus Varland

Catchers


Infielders

Outfielders

  • 14 Drew Avans


Manager

  • 46 Scott Hennessey

Coaches


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# Rehab assignment
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‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated February 18, 2021
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High-A[edit]

Great Lakes Loons roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • -- Jasiel Alvino
  •  0 Clayton Beeter
  • 84 Justin Bruihl
  • 16 Austin Drury
  • 35 Max Gamboa
  • -- Kyle Hurt
  • -- Landon Knack
  •  0 Bobby Miller
  • -- Connor Mitchell
  • 41 Wilis Montgomerie
  •  9 Darien Nunez
  • -- Ryan Pepiot
  • 22 John Rooney
  • -- Bryan Warzek

Catchers

  • 19 Hunter Feduccia
  •  8 Tre Todd

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

  • -- Austin Chubb

Coaches


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‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
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Low-A[edit]

Rancho Cucamonga Quakes roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • -- Aldry Acosta
  • -- Reza Aleaziz
  • 33 Jeff Beige
  • -- Jose Chacin
  • -- Daniel Cruz
  • 14 Edward Cuello
  • -- Alec Gamboa
  • 32 Justin Hagenman
  • 45 Joel Inoa
  • 35 Stephen Kolek
  • -- Jack Little
  • 38 Kevin Malisheski
  • -- Jordan Martinson
  • 44 Aaron Ochsenbein
  • -- Robinson Ortiz
  • -- Elio Serrano
  • -- Jesus Vargas
  • -- Kendall Williams

Catchers

Infielders

  • 16 Luke Heyer
  • 15 Brandon Lewis
  • 24 Justin Yurchak

Outfielders

  • -- Tyler Adkison ‡
  • -- Jonny Deluca
  • -- Edwin Mateo
  •  1 Sam McWilliams
  • 13 James Outman
  • 19 Dan Robinson
  • -- Jake Vogel


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Johan Garcia (bench)
  • -- Dylan Nasiatka (hitting)
  • -- Stephanos Stroop (pitching)
  • -- Ramón Troncoso (pitching)


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day injured list
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# Rehab assignment
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‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated February 18, 2021
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Rookie[edit]

Arizona League Dodgers roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 44 Axel Acevedo
  • 57 Carlos Alejo
  • 48 Horacio Andujar
  • -- Logan Boyer
  • 41 Hyun-il Choi
  • 89 Carlos De Los Santos
  • -- Braidyn Fink
  • -- Braydon Fisher
  • 50 Harold Galindo
  • -- Jose Hernandez
  • 61 Huei-Sheng Lin
  • 80 Michael Martinez
  •  9 Zack Plunkett
  • 88 Jose Rodulfo
  • 43 Julian Smith
  • 46 Cyrillo Watson

Catchers

  •  9 Aaron Ackerman
  • 45 Andres Noriega
  • -- Jacob Roberts
  • 60 Juan Zabala

Infielders

  • 79 Kenneth Betancourt
  • 25 Alex De Jesus
  •  7 Luis Yanel Diaz
  • 63 Albert Suarez

Outfielders

  • 64 Daanny Sinatro
  • 47 Justin Washington
  • -- Luis Yan


Manager

Coaches

  • -- David Anderson (pitching)
  • -- Tony Cappuccilli (bench)
  • -- Bobby Cuellar (pitching)
  • 51 Jarek Cunningham (hitting)
  • -- Fumi Ishibashi (bench)
  • -- Pedro Montero (defensive)


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated February 8, 2021
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Foreign Rookie[edit]

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Pitchers

  • 30 Heisell Baro
  • 23 Hendrick Briones
  • 66 Andrew Budier
  • 29 Dave Calzado
  • -- Carlos De Avila
  • -- Stiven Gutierrez
  • 55 Edgardo Henriquez
  • -- Miguel Jarrett
  • -- Jose Mendez
  • 65 Abel Moya
  • 36 Denis Portes
  • 58 Jerming Rosario
  • -- Dalvinson Santana
  • -- Martin Santana
  • 40 Rafael Tua

Catchers

  • 45 Jose Garcia
  • -- Jenderson Jardines
  • -- Jefferson Valladares

Infielders

  • 35 Ender Avendano
  • 62 Kiumel Bastardo
  • 51 Francisco Feliz
  • 68 Joel Ibarra
  • 26 Carlos Santiago
  • -- Yoandry Sequera
  • -- Amin Valdez

Outfielders

  • 67 Jose Aguilar
  • -- Gorge Heredia
  • 71 Luis Morales
  •  9 Jose Ramos
  • 56 Harold Restituyo


Manager

  • -- Keyter Collado

Coaches

  • -- Roberto Giron (pitching)


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# Rehab assignment
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‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated August 5, 2020
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Pitchers

  • -- Hugo Beltran
  • -- Smelly Bernardo
  • -- Yamil Castillo
  • -- Fran Castro
  • -- Raidel Chacon
  • 59 Juan De la Cruz
  • -- Frankelyn Feliz
  • -- Duany Gomez
  • -- Jorge Gonzalez
  • 40 Osvanni Gutierrez
  • -- Juan Idrogo
  • -- Denverick Martines
  • 14 Eli Moron
  • -- Isaul Paez
  • -- Cristian Peralta
  • 70 Luisenyer Perez
  • 47 Benony Robles
  • -- Jeremi Rodriguez
  • -- Jose Rodriguez
  • -- Samuel Ruben
  • -- Angel Ulloa
  • -- Fernando Villicana

Catchers

  • -- Nelson Quiroz
  • 46 Frank Rodriguez

Infielders

  • 16 Bladimir De La Rosa
  • 38 Miguel Droz
  • 17 Luis Izturis
  • 79 Hector Martinez
  •  7 Vladimir Perez

Outfielders

  • 41 Marlon Cairo
  • 80 Juan Diaz
  • 76 Julio Enrique
  • 76 Christiaan Hidalgo
  •  5 Rushenten Tomsjansen


Manager


Coaches

  • -- Antonio Bautista (infield)
  • -- Sergio Mendez (hitting)
  • -- Ramón Troncoso (pitching)


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Player Development Staff[edit]

  • Director, Player Development: William Rhymes
  • Senior Advisor, Player Development: Charlie Hough

Minor-League Coordinators[edit]

  • Field Coordinator:Vacant
  • Pitching Coordinators: Kremlin Martinez
  • Hitting Coordinator: Vacant
  • Catching Coordinator: Travis Barbary
  • Assistant Catching Coordinator: Ryan Sienko
  • Infield Coordinator: José Vizcaíno
  • Skills Development: Shaun Larkin
  • Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator: Vacant
  • Roving Base Running Instructor: Maury Wills

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