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

Players[edit]

Drew Avans[edit]

Drew Avans
Avans with the Oklahoma City Dodgers
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (1996-06-13) June 13, 1996 (age 28)
Alabaster, Alabama
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Drew Avans (born June 13, 1996) is an American professional baseball Outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Avans was drafted by the Dodgers in the 33rd round of the 2018 MLB Draft out of Southeastern Louisiana University.[1][2] He began his career with the Arizona League Dodgers before promotions to the Ogden Raptors and Great Lakes Loons, hitting .284 in a combined 60 games.[3] In 2019, he played with Great Lakes, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and Tulsa Drillers, hitting .280 in 112 games.[3] After the 2020 minor league season was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, he was promoted to the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers for 2021. He hit .275 in 90 games in 2021, .282 in 119 games in 2022 and .254 in 129 games with 11 homers and 58 RBI in 2023 for Oklahoma City.[3]

Maddux Bruns[edit]

Maddux Bruns
Bruns with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2002-06-20) June 20, 2002 (age 22)
Mobile, Alabama
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Maddux John Bruns (born June 20, 2002) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Bruns grew up in Saraland, Alabama, and attended UMS-Wright Preparatory School.[4] He was named Alabama's Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year and Mr. Baseball as a senior after going 7–0 with a 0.86 ERA and 102 strikeouts and just 13 hits and six earned runs allowed in 49 innings pitched.[5] He committed to play college baseball at Mississippi State.[6]

Bruns was selected 29th overall in the 2021 Major League Baseball draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.[7] He signed with the Dodgers for a $2.2 million signing bonus.[8] In his first professional season, he started four games for the Arizona Complex League Dodgers, allowing nine runs on eight hits and seven walks while striking out five in five innings of work.[9] He made 21 starts for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the Class-A California League in 2022, with an 0–2 record and 5.68 ERA.[9] After starting 2023 with Rancho Cucamonga, Bruns was promoted to the Great Lakes Loons of the High–A Midwest League on May 11.[10] Between the two levels, he made 26 starts, with a 0–7 record, a 3.99 ERA and 126 strikeouts in 97 innings.[9]

Diego Cartaya[edit]

Diego Cartaya
Cartaya at the 2022 All-Star Futures Game
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 76
Catcher
Born: (2001-09-07) September 7, 2001 (age 22)
Maracay, Venezuela
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Diego Armando Cartaya (born September 7, 2001) is a Venezuelan professional baseball catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Cartaya was rated as MLB Pipeline's top international prospect when he signed with the Dodgers on July 2, 2018.[11] He made his professional debut in 2019 with the Dodgers Arizona League affiliates, hitting .281 in 41 games.[12] He was rated as the Dodgers ninth best prospect going into the 2020 season.[13] and was added to the Dodgers 60-man player pool for the pandemic affected season.[14] In 2021, with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes he appeared in 31 games and hit .298 with 10 homers and 31 RBI.[12] However, he was placed on the injured list on August 1 with a strained hamstring and missed the rest of the season.[15] He was selected to represent the Dodgers at the 2022 All-Star Futures Game.[16] Cartaya was selected by the Dodgers as their 2022 Branch Rickey Minor League Player of the Year.[17] He appeared in 33 games for the Quakes and 62 games for the Great Lakes Loons, hitting a combined .254 with 22 home runs and 72 RBI.[12]

On November 15, 2022, the Dodgers added Cartaya to their 40-man roster to protect him from the Rule 5 draft,[18] and assigned him to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers to begin the 2023 season.[19] With Tulsa, he played in 93 games, hitting .189 with 19 homers and 57 RBI.[12] Cartaya was again optioned to Double–A Tulsa to begin the 2024 season.[20]

Hyun-il Choi[edit]

Hyun-il Choi
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2000-05-27) May 27, 2000 (age 24)
Seoul, South Korea
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Hyun-il Choi (born May 27, 2000) is a Korean professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Choi was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2018 for a $300,000 signing bonus as a 17-year old High School pitcher from Korea.[21] He made his professional debut in 2019 with in the Arizona League, where he was 5–1 with a 2.63 ERA in 14 games (11 starts). He struck out 71 in 65 innings.[22]

Choi missed the 2020 season as a result of the cancellation of the minor league season due to the COVID-19 pandemic and was assigned to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes to start the 2021 season before being promoted to High-A Great Lakes Loons at mid-season.[23] Across the two levels, he was 8–6 with a 3.72 ERA in 24 games (11 starts) and struck out 106 batters in 106+13 innings while only walking 18.[22] The Dodgers recognized him by awarding him the organizations Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher of the Year Award.[24] Choi only pitched in one game for Great Lakes in 2022 before being shut down with forearm inflammation.[25] He returned to Great Lakes in 2023, pitching in 16 games (13 starts) with a 4–5 record and 3.75 ERA.[22]

Choi began the 2024 season with the Double-A Tulsa Drillers before an early call-up to the Triple-A Oklahoma City Baseball Club.[26]

Josue De Paula[edit]

Josue De Paula
DePaula with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (2005-05-24) May 24, 2005 (age 19)
Brooklyn, New York
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Josue De Paula is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. A cousin to NBA players Stephon Marbury and Sebastian Telfair, De Paula was signed by the Dodgers out of El Niche Academy in the Dominican Republic on January 15, 2022.[27][28]

De Paula began his professional career with the Dominican Summer League Dodgers in 2022, hitting .350 in 54 games with five homers and 30 RBI[29] and earning a spot on the post-season all-star team.[28] He was promoted to the Class-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes right after his 18th birthday in May 2023.[30] He played in 74 games for the Quakes, hitting .284 with two homers and 40 RBI.[29] DePaula was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[31]

Hunter Feduccia[edit]

Hunter Feduccia
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 67
Catcher
Born: (1997-06-05) June 5, 1997 (age 27)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

Hunter Feduccia (born June 5, 1997) is an American professional baseball catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He was drafted by the Dodgers in the 12th round of the 2018 MLB Draft out of Louisiana State University.[32][33]

Feduccia made his professional baseball debut with the Ogden Raptors in 2018 and was promoted to the Great Lakes Loons after only three games.[32] In 2019 he split the season between Great Lakes and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, hitting .275 in 72 games.[32] The minor league season was cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic but he was promoted to the Tulsa Drillers in 2021, where he hit .254 in 86 games.[32] 2022 was split between Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers, and he hit .238 with 15 homers and 51 RBI between the two levels.[32] In 2023 with Oklahoma City, he hit .279 with 11 homers and 57 RBI in 90 games.[32]

Feduccia was added to the Dodgers 40-man roster on November 14, 2023, in order to be protected from the Rule 5 draft.[34] He was optioned back to Oklahoma City to begin the season.[35]

Jackson Ferris[edit]

Jackson Ferris
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2004-01-15) January 15, 2004 (age 20)
Mount Airy, North Carolina, U.S.
Bats: Right
Throws: Left

Jackson Ferris (born January 15, 2004) is an American baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Ferris grew up in Mount Airy, North Carolina.[36] He initially attended Mount Airy High School before transferring to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, after his sophomore year. As a junior, Ferris went 8–0 with a 0.55 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 50+23 innings pitched.[36] Ferris pitched for Team USA during the summer prior to his senior season.[37] He was a teammate of fellow top 2022 draft prospect Elijah Green.[38] Ferris signed to play at Ole Miss in November 2021 during the early signing period.[39] He had initially committed to play at North Carolina State, but flipped his commitment at the beginning of his junior year.[40] Ferris was named a preseason All-American by Baseball America entering his senior season.[41]

The Chicago Cubs selected Ferris in the second round with the 47th overall pick in the 2022 Major League Baseball draft[42] and he signed on July 30, 2022, for an over-slot signing bonus of $3,005,000.[43] He began his professional career in 2023 with the Class-A Myrtle Beach Pelicans, where he had a 3.38 ERA in 18 starts.[44]

On January 11, 2024, Ferris and Zyhir Hope were traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for Michael Busch and Yency Almonte.[45][46] Ferris was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[47] He was assigned to the High–A Great Lakes Loons to begin the 2024 season and was the team's opening day starter.[48]

Nick Frasso[edit]

Nick Frasso
Frasso pitches in an inter squad game during spring training
Los Angeles Dodgers – No. 79
Pitcher
Born: (1998-10-18) October 18, 1998 (age 25)
Torrance, California
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Nicholas Paul Frasso (born October 18, 1998) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Frasso played college baseball for the Loyola Marymount Lions. He began his freshman season as a starter before being moved to the bullpen and was named to the West Coast Conference All-Freshman team.[49] Frasso was named second team All-WCC as a sophomore after going 2–2 with 10 saves and a 2.22 ERA in 19 appearances.[50] In 2019, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[51]

Frasso was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the fourth round of the 2020 Major League Baseball draft.[52] He was assigned to the Low-A Dunedin Blue Jays in 2021, where he pitched in three games before suffering a partial tear in the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow.[53] Frasso returned to Dunedin at the start of the 2022 season.[54] Frasso had a 0.70 ERA with 48 strikeouts in 25+23 innings pitched at Dunedin before being promoted to the Vancouver Canadians of the High-A Northwest League.[55]

On August 2, 2022, Frasso and Moises Brito were traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for Mitch White and Alex De Jesus.[56] The Dodgers assigned him to the Great Lakes Loons, where he allowed only one earned run in 5+23 innings the rest of the season.[57] In 2023 he made 21 starts for the Double-A Tulsa Drillers and four for the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers, pitching to a combined 4–6 with a 3.77 ERA and 107 strikeouts in 93 innings.[57]

On November 14, 2023, the Dodgers added Frasso to their 40-man roster to protect him from the Rule 5 draft.[58] He underwent labrum surgery in November 2023, necessitating a year long recovery.[59]

Alex Freeland[edit]

Alex Freeland
Los Angeles Dodgers
Shortstop
Born: (2001-08-24) August 24, 2001 (age 22)
Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Bats: Switch
Throws: Right

Alexander Chance Freeland (born August 24, 2001) is an American professional baseball shortstop in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Freeland attended Mariner High School in Cape Coral, Florida and played college baseball at the University of Central Florida (UCF).[60] In 2021, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Brewster Whitecaps of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[61] He was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the third round of the 2022 Major League Baseball draft.[62]

Freeland signed with the Dodgers and made his professional debut with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, where he hit .313 in only eight games in the 2022 season.[60] He played 2023 with the Great Lakes Loons, hitting .240 in 106 games with nine homers and 57 RBI.[60] Freeland started 2024 with Great Lakes before being promoted to the Tulsa Drillers.[63]

Freeland was born with a clubfoot and underwent numerous surgeries to correct the issue.[64]

Austin Gauthier[edit]

Austin Gauthier
Los Angeles Dodgers
Infielder
Born: (1999-05-07) May 7, 1999 (age 25)
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Austin James Gauthier (born May 7, 1999) is an American professional baseball infielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Gauthier attended South County High School in Lorton, Virginia, where he batted .410 as a senior with 20 RBIs, 22 runs and 19 stolen bases and was named a Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star[65] He played college baseball for Hofstra University.[65] He hit .285 in 145 games for the Hostra Pride over four seasons with 14 homers, 73 RBI and 24 steals.[66] As a senior, he was named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association First Team.[65] He also played collegiate summer baseball with the FCA Braves of the Cal Ripken Sr. Collegiate Baseball League and the Vermont Mountaineers of the New England Collegiate Baseball League.[66]

On July 27, 2021, Gauthier signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers as a non-drafted free agent.[67] He began his professional career that year in the Arizona Complex League. hitting .255 in 30 games[66] Gauthier split the 2022 season between the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and the Great Lakes Loons, hitting .268 in 105 games.[66] In 2023, he started with the Loons and was promoted to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers, hitting a combined .316 in 124 games with 12 homers and 59 RBI.[66][68] The Dodgers invited him to major league spring training in 2024 as a non-roster invitee.[69] Gauthier was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[70] Gauthier was promoted to the Triple-A Oklahoma City Baseball Club on May 7.[71]

Kendall George[edit]

Kendall George
George with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (2004-10-29) October 29, 2004 (age 19)
Humble, Texas
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Kendall Adli George (born October 29, 2004) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. George was selected by the Dodgers in the first round, with the 36th overall selection, of the 2023 Major League Baseball draft out of Atascocita High School in Humble, Texas. On July 21, 2023, George signed with the Dodgers for a below slot signing bonus of $1.85 million.[72] He debuted for the Arizona Complex League Dodgers, playing in 12 games before being promoted to the Class-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes for the last 16 games of the season. He hit .370 between the two levels with 17 stolen bases.[73] George was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[74]

Zyhir Hope[edit]

Zyhir Hope
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (2005-01-19) January 19, 2005 (age 19)
Chesapeake, Virginia
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Zyhir Antonio Hope (born January 19, 2005) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Hope was raised in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, where he played Amateur Athletic Union baseball. His family moved to Maryland and California for his step-father's career in the military, returning to Virginia in 2018. Hope attended Colonial Forge High School in Stafford, Virginia, and committed to attend the University of North Carolina (UNC) to play college baseball. In his senior year, he had a .530 batting average with nine home runs and 29 stolen bases, and was named the high school baseball player of the year by The Free Lance-Star.[75]

The Chicago Cubs selected Hope in the 11th round, with the 326th overall selection, of the 2023 MLB draft.[76] Hope signed with the Cubs rather than enroll at UNC.[77] On January 11, 2024, the Cubs traded Hope and Jackson Ferris to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Yency Almonte and Michael Busch.[78][79] Hope was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[80] He was assigned to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League to start the 2024 season.[81]

Hyun-seok Jang[edit]

Hyun-seok Jang
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2004-03-04) March 4, 2004 (age 20)
Changwon, South Korea
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Hyun-Seok Jang (born March 4, 2004) is a Korean professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Jang signed with the Dodgers as an international free agent on August 8, 2023, for a $900,000 signing bonus.[82] In his final year at Masan Yongma High School, he struck out 49 in 27+13 innings with a 0.33 ERA.[83] He was expected to be one of the top picks in the KBO League draft, but chose instead to play in America.[84] He was also named to the South Korea national baseball team for the Asian Games.[82]

Jared Karros[edit]

Jared Karros
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2000-11-16) November 16, 2000 (age 23)
Manhattan Beach, California, U.S.
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Jared Cayden Karros (born November 16, 2000) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

The son of former Major League player Eric Karros,[85] he attended Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach and was named the Bay League Pitcher of the Year as a senior, while posting a 7–3 record and 0.86 ERA.[86] He went to college at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and played for the Bruins baseball team.[86] He was the team's opening day starter as a Sophomore in 2021 but only pitched in seven games because of a back injury,[86] which also kept him from playing as a junior the following year.[87] Despite the injuries, Karros was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 16th round of the 2022 Major League Baseball (MLB) draft.[88]

Karros made his professional debut in the 2023 season for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the Class–A California League, appearing in 19 games (16 starts) with a 3–4 record and 4.97 ERA.[89] He was promoted to the High–A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League at the end of the season and allowed only one run in 13 innings across three games.[90] He returned to Great Lakes to begin the 2024 season and had a 5–0 record and 1.59 ERA in seven starts[89] before a May 17 promotion to the Double–A Tulsa Drillers.[91] He struck out nine in five innings in a June 9 start for the Drillers against the Amarillo Sod Poodles.[92]

His brother, Kyle, was his teammate at UCLA and was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 2023 MLB draft.[93]

Ronan Kopp[edit]

Ronan Kopp
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2002-07-15) July 15, 2002 (age 21)
Baldwin Park, California, U.S.
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Ronan Noah Kopp (born July 28, 2002) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Kopp attended Scottsdale Christian Academy in Phoenix, Arizona, and played college baseball at South Mountain Community College.[94] He was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 12th round of the 2021 MLB draft.[95]

Kopp made his professional debut with the Arizona Complex League Dodgers in 2021 and pitched 2022 with Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and Great Lakes Loons. He spent 2023 with Great Lakes,[96] pitching in 30 games (21 starts), where he was 0–4 with a 2.99 ERA and 107 strikeouts.[97] He was selected to play for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League after the season[98] and made the Fall Stars game.[99] Kopp was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[100]

Brandon Lewis[edit]

Brandon Lewis
Los Angeles Dodgers
Third baseman
Born: (1998-10-23) October 23, 1998 (age 25)
Granada Hills, California
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Brandon Michael Lewis (born October 23, 1998) is an American professional baseball third baseman in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Lewis attended Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California. As a senior in 2016, he hit .366 with seven home runs.[101] After high school, he enrolled at Los Angeles Pierce College where he batted .419 with nine home runs and 39 RBIs in 2017 and .399 with 17 home runs and 55 RBIs in 2018.[102] He transferred to the University of California, Irvine in 2019 where he batted .315 with 14 home runs and 54 RBIs over 54 games.[103] After the season, he was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fourth round with the 131st overall pick in the 2019 Major League Baseball draft.[104]

Lewis signed with the Dodgers and spent his first professional season with the Arizona League Dodgers, Ogden Raptors, and Great Lakes Loons, batting .297 with 13 home runs and 46 RBIs over 56 games.[105] He did not play a game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the minor league season.[106] In 2021, he split the year between the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and Great Lakes, hitting .269 with thirty home runs and 86 RBIs over 99 games.[107] He was assigned to the Tulsa Drillers for the 2022 season.[108] Over 110 games, he batted .209 with 24 home runs and 71 RBIs.[109] For the 2023 season, he returned to Tulsa,[110] where he hit .199 in 93 games with seven homers and 30 RBI.[109]

Payton Martin[edit]

Payton Martin
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2004-05-19) May 19, 2004 (age 20)
Clemmons, North Carolina, U.S.
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

Payton Martin (born May 19, 2004) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Martin attended West Forsyth High School in Cumming, Georgia. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 17th round of the 2022 MLB draft.[111][112]

Martin made his professional debut in 2023 with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.[113] He pitched in 14 games (12 starts) with a 2–1 record and 2.04 ERA.[114]

Noah Miller[edit]

Noah Miller
Los Angeles Dodgers
Shortstop
Born: (2002-11-12) November 12, 2002 (age 21)
Fredonia, Wisconsin
Bats: Switch
Throws: Right

Noah Anthony Miller[115] (born November 12, 2002) is an American baseball shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. He was selected by the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB) in the 2021 MLB draft.

Miller was born on November 12, 2002, in Fredonia, Wisconsin.[115] As a senior at Ozaukee High School in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, Miller batted .608, with six home runs and 21 runs batted in (RBIs), as well as 14 stolen bases and 41 runs scored. The Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association named Miller the Division 3 player of the year for his performance.[116] At the end of his high school career, Perfect Game named Miller the top prospect in the state of Wisconsin, the No. 13 shortstop prospect in the nation, and the No. 49 overall prospect.[117]

The Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB) selected Miller 36th overall in the 2021 MLB Draft. He was part of the first competitive balance round in that year's draft, placed between the first and second regular draft rounds.[118] The Twins had considered Miller a "strong candidate" for the 26th overall draft selection, which they ultimately used on pitcher Chase Petty, and were keen on selecting him 10 places later.[119] At the time he was drafted, Miller had committed to play college baseball for the University of Alabama.[120] Miller signed with Minnesota on July 22, 2021, for a bonus of $2,045,400.[121] He made his professional baseball debut for the Rookie-level Florida Complex League Twins on August 16, going 1-for-3 with a line drive single.[122] In 22 FCL games and 84 at bats, Miller batted .238 with two home runs and 14 RBIs.[123]

Miller spent the 2022 season with the Twins' Single-A affiliate, the Fort Myers Mighty Mussels of the Florida State League,[124] where he hit .212 in 108 games.[123] In 2023, with the High–A Cedar Rapids Kernels he hit .233 in 120 games.[123] On February 26, 2024, Miller was traded by the Twins to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for Manuel Margot, Rayne Doncon and cash considerations.[125] Miller was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[126]

Miller is the younger brother of Owen Miller, an infielder for the Milwaukee Brewers.[116]

Chris Newell[edit]

Chris Newell
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (2001-04-23) April 23, 2001 (age 23)
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Christopher John Newell (born April 23, 2001) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Newell attended Malvern Preparatory School in Malvern, Pennsylvania. He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 37th round of the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft, but did not sign and played college baseball at the University of Virginia.[127] In 2021, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[128] After three years at Virginia, Newell drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 13th round of the 2022 MLB Draft and signed.[129][130]

Newell made his professional debut with the Arizona Complex League Dodgers. He started 2023 with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes before being promoted to the Great Lakes Loons.[131]

José Ramos[edit]

José Ramos
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (2001-01-01) January 1, 2001 (age 23)
Chepo, Panama
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

José Antonio Ramos (born January 1, 2001) is a Panamanian professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Ramos signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers as an international free agent in July 2018.[132] He made his professional debut in 2019 with the Dominican Summer League Dodgers.

Ramos did not play for a team in 2020 due to the Minor League Baseball season being cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. He returned in 2021 to play for the Arizona Complex League Dodgers and Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. In 2022, he played for Rancho Cucamonga and the Great Lakes Loons and in 2023 for the Tulsa Drillers.[133]

After the 2022 season, Ramos played for the Panama national baseball team in the 2023 World Baseball Classic qualification.[134] Ramos was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[135]

Dalton Rushing[edit]

Dalton Rushing
Rushing with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes in 2022
Los Angeles Dodgers
Catcher
Born: (2001-02-21) February 21, 2001 (age 23)
Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

Dalton Wayne Rushing (born February 21, 2001) is an American college baseball catcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. He previously played college baseball for the Louisville Cardinals.

Rushing attended Brighton High School in Brighton, Tennessee, where he played baseball. As a senior in 2019, he batted .491 with 11 home runs and 46 RBIs and earned All-State honors.[136] He went undrafted in the 2019 Major League Baseball draft and enrolled at the University of Louisville to play college baseball.

Due to Henry Davis being named Louisville's starting catcher in 2020, Rushing began playing first base and started six games for the season before it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[137] He appeared in 28 games in 2021, batting .254 with four home runs and 14 RBIs.[138] After the season, he played in the Cape Cod Baseball League with the Bourne Braves with whom he batted .314 with six home runs over 118 at-bats and was named a league all-star.[139][140][141] After Davis was selected first overall in the 2021 Major League Baseball draft, Rushing was named Louisville's starting catcher for the 2022 season. He finished the season having appeared in 64 games, slashing .310/.470/.686 with 23 home runs, 62 RBIs, and 16 doubles.[142] He was named an All-American, and ended the season as a top prospect for the upcoming MLB draft.[143][144]

Rushing was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second round with the 40th pick of the 2022 Major League Baseball draft.[145] He signed with the Dodgers for a $1,959,390 signing bonus on July 30, 2022.[146]

Rushing made his professional debut with the Arizona Complex League Dodgers and was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes after two games.[147] He played in 28 games for the Quakes, hitting .424 with eight home runs and thirty RBIs.[148] At the end of the regular season, he was promoted to the Great Lakes Loons so he could play in the Midwest League playoffs.[149] He drove in three runs in three games in the playoffs and had two hits in nine at-bats with two walks and two hit by pitches.[150] Rushing remained with the Loons for the 2023 season,[151] where he hit .228 in 89 games with 15 homers and 53 RBI.[148] He was also selected to represent the Dodgers at the 2023 All-Star Futures Game.[152] Rushing was selected to participate in the inaugural "Spring Breakout" minor league showcase during spring training 2024.[153]

Rushing's brother, Logan, plays college baseball at the University of Memphis.[154]

River Ryan[edit]

River Ryan
Ryan with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1998-08-17) August 17, 1998 (age 25)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Bats: Right
Throws: Right

River Jason Ryan (born August 17, 1998) is an American baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Ryan played college baseball at UNC Pembroke for four seasons as a two-way player.[155]

Ryan was selected in the 11th round by the San Diego Padres in the 2021 Major League Baseball draft.[156] After signing with the team he was assigned to the Rookie-level Arizona Complex League Padres, where he played in 12 games as a position player and slashed .308/.349/.436.[155] Ryan was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for Matt Beaty on March 28, 2022.[157] The Dodgers had him focus solely on pitching.[158] Ryan split the 2022 season between the Low-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and the High-A Great Lakes Loons and went 2–4 with a 2.45 ERA and 70 strikeouts in 47+23 innings pitched.[159] In 2023 he began with the Double-A Tulsa Drillers and was promoted to the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers, pitching in a combined 26 games for a 1–7 record, 4.40 ERA and 110 strikeouts in 104+13 innings.[155]

Ryan Ward[edit]

Ryan Ward
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (1998-02-23) February 23, 1998 (age 26)
Worcester, Massachusetts
Bats: Left
Throws: Right

Ryan Joseph Ward (born February 23, 1998) is an American college baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Ward attended Millbury High School in Millbury, Massachusetts, where he played baseball and was a member of the golf team.[160] As a junior in 2015, he hit .525 with three home runs, 19 RBIs, and seven doubles over 59 at-bats.[161] He went unselected in the 2016 Major League Baseball draft and enrolled at Bryant University to play college baseball. During the summer of 2016, he played for the Worcester Bravehearts of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League.[162]

Ward started the first ten games of his freshman season at Bryant in 2017 before he broke his wrist, forcing him to miss the remainder of the year.[163] As a sophomore in 2018, he batted .409 with eight home runs, 52 RBIs, 22 doubles, and 101 hits over 56 starts.[164] That summer, he played in the New England Collegiate Baseball League with the Ocean State Waves.[165] As a junior in 2019, he played in 58 games and hit .382 with 13 home runs, 51 RBIs, and 12 stolen bases.[166] After the season, he was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the eighth round with the 251st overall selection in the 2019 Major League Baseball draft.[167]

Ward signed with the Dodgers and spent his first professional season with the Ogden Raptors, batting .271 with four home runs, 23 RBIs, and 11 doubles over 49 games.[168] He did not play a game in 2020 due to the cancellation of the minor league season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.[169] Ward spent the 2021 season with the Great Lakes Loons and slashed .278/.352/.524 with 27 home runs, 84 RBIs, and 21 doubles over 109 games.[170] He spent the 2022 season with the Tulsa Drillers,[171] where he hit .255 in 116 games with 28 home runs and 78 RBIs.[166] To open the 2023 season, he was assigned to the Oklahoma City Dodgers.[172] He played in 139 games for them, hitting .234 with 21 homers and 95 RBI.[166]

Kendall Williams[edit]

Kendall Williams
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2000-08-24) August 24, 2000 (age 23)
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.[173] 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.[174] He did not play a minor league game in 2020 since the season was cancelled due to 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.[175] The Dodgers assigned him to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the new Low-A West league for 2021, where he was 3–3 with a 5.98 ERA in 23 appearances (19 starts) and struck out 87 batters while walking 22.[174] In 2022, he began the season with the Quakes and was promoted to the Great Lakes Loons of the High–A Midwest League. He finished with a 3–6 record and 4.32 ERA in 27 games (24 starts).[174] In 2023, he began with the Loons and was promoted to the Double–A Tulsa Drillers. Between the two leagues (and one rehab appearance in the Arizona Complex League) he made 16 appearances (15 starts) with a 4–6 record and 3.42 ERA.[174] At the end of the season, he made one start for the Triple–A Oklahoma City Dodgers, allowing five runs in six innings.[174] He was selected to play for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League after the season[176] and made the Fall Stars game.[177]

Justin Wrobleski[edit]

Justin Wrobleski
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (2000-07-14) July 14, 2000 (age 23)
Hoffman Estates, Illinois, U.S.
Bats: Left
Throws: Left

Justin Michael Wrobleski (born July 14, 2000) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Wrobleski attended Sequoyah High School in Canton, Georgia. He was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 36th round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft, but did not sign. He started his college baseball career at Clemson University before transferring to State College of Florida, Manatee–Sarasota and then Oklahoma State University.[178] In 2019, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[179]

Wrobleski was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 11th round of the 2021 MLB draft, and signed.[180] He made his professional debut in 2022 with the Arizona Complex League Dodgers and was later promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. He pitched 2023 with the Great Lakes Loons and started 2024 with the Tulsa Drillers.[181] Wrobleski was promoted to the Triple-A Oklahoma City Baseball Club on June 22.[182]

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]

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

  •  8 Travis Barbary

Coaches


7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 24, 2024
Transactions
→ More rosters: MiLB • Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

Double-A[edit]

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

  • 46 Scott Hennessey

Coaches

  • 37 Ryan Dennick (pitching)
  • 35 Dylan Nasiatka (hitting)
  • 34 Durin O'Linger (pitching)
  • 52 Ronny Paulino (bench)
  • 48 Jordan Procyshen (bullpen catcher)


7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 21, 2024
Transactions
→ More rosters: MiLB • Texas League
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

High-A[edit]

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 11 Kelvin Bautista
  • 15 Maddux Bruns
  • 36 Jeisson Cabrera
  •  4 Chris Campos
  • 35 Franklin De La Paz
  • 21 Jonathan Edwards
  •  3 Jackson Ferris
  • 17 Peter Heubeck
  • 33 Carson Hobbs
  • 22 Madison Jeffrey
  • 27 Jesus Luna
  • 20 Payton Martin
  • 14 Michael Martinez
  •  5 Brandon Neeck
  • 51 Kelvin Ramirez
  • 45 Livan Reinoso
  • 15 Jose Rodriguez

Catchers

  • 24 Thayron Liranzo
  • 38 Nelson Quiroz
  • 70 Frank Rodriguez

Infielders

Outfielders

  •  6 Nick Biddison
  •  8 Dylan Campbell
  • 29 Yunior Garcia
  •  9 Chris Newell
  • 16 Luis Rodriguez
  •  1 Jake Vogel


Manager

  • 18 Jair Fernandez

Coaches

  •  7 David Anderson (pitching)
  • 31 Richard De Los Santos (pitching)
  • 28 O'Koyea Dickson (hitting)
  • 37 Elián Herrera (bench)
  • -- Umar Male (bullpen catcher)
  • -- Jake Taylor (performance)


7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 24, 2024
Transactions
→ More rosters: MiLB • Midwest League
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

Single-A[edit]

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • -- Dailoui Abad
  • -- Octavio Becerra
  • 52 Felix Cabrera
  • -- Justin Chambers
  • 25 Patrick Coppen
  •  6 Wyatt Crowell
  •  8 Cam Day
  • 31 Carlos Duran
  • 10 Gabe Emmett
  • 21 Luke Fox
  • -- Connor Godwin
  • 54 Joseilyn Gonzalez
  • 48 Jorge Gonzalez
  • 40 Roque Gutierrez
  • 48 Sean Linan
  • 49 Alex Makarewich
  • 18 Garrett McDaniels
  • 35 Robinson Ortiz ~
  • 15 Christian Ruebeck
  • 56 Noah Ruen
  • 46 Waylin Santana
  • 43 Pedro Santillan
  • 17 Eriq Swan
  • 50 David Tiburcio
  • 47 Callum Wallace
  • 37 Reynaldo Yean
  • 45 Christian Zazueta

Catchers

  • 44 Jesus Galiz
  • 51 Carlos Rojas

Infielders

  • 13 Wilman Diaz
  • 57 Sean McLain
  • 33 Oswaldo Osorio
  • 23 Jeral Perez
  • 30 Joe Vetrano
  • 16 Logan Wagner

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • 29 Marlon Cairo (bullpen)
  • 11 Sean Coyne (pitching)
  • 52 Blake Gailen (hitting)
  • 41 Cordell Hipolito (bench)
  • -- Walter Lindo (performance)
  • 38 Ramón Troncoso (pitching)


7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 24, 2024
Transactions
→ More rosters: MiLB • California League
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

Rookie[edit]

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 46 Alvaro Benua
  • 40 Moises Brito
  • -- Ryan Brown
  • 55 Justin Chambers #
  • 52 Marco Corcho
  • 45 Cole Cressend
  • 49 Nelson Cruz
  • 23 Dilan Figueredo
  • 44 Domingo Geronimo
  • -- Spencer Green
  • 17 Jholbran Herder
  • -- José E. Hernández *
  • 37 Joel Ibarra
  • 41 Hyun-seok Jang
  • -- William Maynard
  • 57 Ricardo Montero
  • 38 Accimias Morales
  • 66 Kinn Omosako
  • -- Sterling Patrick
  • 10 Samuel Sanchez
  • 64 Ben Serunkuma
  • -- Brady Smith
  • 26 Eriq Swan #
  • 48 Jesus Tillero
  • 59 Michael Vilchez

Catchers

  • 11 Carlos Avila
  •  8 Angel Diaz
  • 28 Victor Rodrigues
  • 29 Jefferson Valladares

Infielders

  • 30 Alexander Albertus
  •  5 Cameron Decker
  • 62 Bryan Gonzalez
  •  7 Eduardo Guerrero
  • 21 Jose D. Hernandez
  • 61 Jose Izarra #
  • 51 Mairoshendrick Martinus
  • 16 Nicolas Perez
  •  6 Easton Shelton
  • 35 Joendry Vargas

Outfielders

  •  3 Jason Elkins
  • 33 Eduardo Quintero


Manager

  • 44 Juan Apodaca

Coaches

  • 37 Johermyn Chavez (Hitting)
  • 17 Danny Dorn (Hitting)
  • 13 Johan Garcia
  • -- Jose Gutierrez (Performance)
  • -- Kevin Lachance (Hitting)
  • -- Adam Shwery (Performance)
  • 66 Andres Urbina (Pitching)
  • 15 Luis Vasquez (Pitching)


7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 24, 2024

→ More rosters: MiLB • Arizona Complex League
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

Foreign Rookie[edit]

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 55 Javier Bartolozzi
  • 85 Erick Batista
  • 16 Peter Bonilla
  • 49 Jose Cabrera
  • 36 Roman Camacho
  • 44 Jhonny Jimenez
  • 51 Luis Carias
  •  6 Jeremy Castro
  • 29 Joldelanio De Los Santos
  • 48 Juan Hernandez
  • 33 Wuillians Herrera
  • 46 Jose Lopez
  • 86 Josehp Marte
  • 41 Franderly Morel
  • 15 Roiger Mujica
  • 60 Marlon Nieves
  • 99 Luis Rada
  • 77 Michael Ramirez
  • 52 Yobany Reyes
  • 80 Alexander Rivero
  • 47 Missael Soto §
  • 72 Angel Tello
  • 31 Robinson Ventura

Catchers

  • 61 Abel Lorenzo
  • 64 Orlando Pacheco
  • 40 Eduardo Rojas
  • 23 Jose Torrez

Infielders

  • 73 Harold Gonzalez
  • 56 Javier Herrera
  •  3 Yojackson Laya
  • 91 Raynerd Ortega
  • 92 Yunior Quezada
  • 13 David Romero

Outfielders

  • 28 Jose Gonzalez
  • 78 Vicente Guaylupo
  • 89 Roger Lasso
  • 58 Erny Orellana
  • 12 Rafy Peguero
  • 11 Edwin Sanchez


Manager

  • Dunior Zerpa

Coaches

  • Antonio Bautista
  • Raidel Chacon (pitching)
  • Pedro Mega (defensive)
  • Sergio Mendez (hitting)
  • Hector Rodriguez (pitching)


7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 23, 2024

→ More rosters: MiLB • Dominican Summer League
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players


Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 79 David Burgos
  • 10 Illmerson Colon
  • 21 Joel Cruz
  • 35 Angel Cruz
  • 30 Yuliangel De La Cruz
  • 59 Weslin De Los Santos
  • 57 Alexis Dominguez
  • 10 Tim Fischer
  • 63 Anderson Jerez
  • 44 Jhonny Jimenez
  •  8 Edgar Leon
  • 38 Jecsua Liborius
  • 83 Gustavo Meneses
  • 47 Christian Muniz
  • 22 Luciano Romero
  • 37 Williams Salazar
  • 88 Carlos Sardina
  •  9 Yoryi Simarra

Catchers

  • 87 Francisco Espinoza
  • 26 Railin Familia
  • 43 Euri Rosa

Infielders

  • 17 Reyli Mariano
  •  5 Elias Medina
  • 62 Daniel Mielcarek
  • 76 Emil Morales
  • 75 Heudy Pena
  • 25 Raynier Ramirez

Outfielders

  •  7 Agustin Acosta
  • 81 Paris Johnson
  • 90 Arnaldo Lantigua
  • 84 Yorfan Medina
  • 45 Leider Padilla
  • 74 Angel Paredes


Manager

  • Leury Bonilla

Coaches

  • Eduardo Dominguez (pitching)
  • Roberto Giron (pitching)


7-day injured list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated June 23, 2024

→ More rosters: MiLB • Dominican Summer League
Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

Arizona Fall League[edit]

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

  • -- Iggy Suarez

Coaches

  • -- David Anderson (pitching)
  • -- Jeremy Cologna
  • -- Nicky Delmonico
  • -- Rayden Sierra (hitting)


7-day injured list

~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated October 4, 2023

→ More rosters: MiLB • Arizona Fall League

Player Development Staff[edit]

  • Director, Player Development: Will Rhymes
  • Assistant Director, Player Development: Matt McGrath
  • Director, Minor League Pitching: Rob Hill
  • Director, Player Performance: Brian Stoneberg
  • Pitching Coordinators: Don Alexander, Brent Minta
  • Catching Coordinator: Rocky Gale
  • Hitting Coordinators: Tim Laker, Jeff Salazar

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