Los Angeles Dodgers minor league players

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Below are brief bios of some of the Los Angeles Dodgers' more notable prospects:

Yadier Álvarez[edit]

Yadier Álvarez
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Álvarez with the Great Lakes Loons
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1996-03-07) March 7, 1996 (age 22)
Matanzas, Cuba
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Yadier Álvarez Ventosa (born March 7, 1996) is a Cuban 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] In 2018, he was selected to represent the Drillers at the mid-season Texas League All-Star Game.[14]

Dylan Baker[edit]

Dylan Baker
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1992-04-06) April 6, 1992 (age 26)
Roseburg, Oregon
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Dylan Ford Baker (born April 6, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Baker attended Juneau-Douglas High School in Juneau, Alaska, As a senior in 2010, he was the Gatorade Player of the Year and Louisville Slugger Player of the Year, both of which are given to the best high school baseball player in each state.[15][16]

Baker was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the fifth round of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft.[17] The Indians added him to their 40-man roster after the 2015 season.[18] Baker was designated for assignment on November 20, 2017, and claimed off waivers by the Milwaukee Brewers on November 27.[19] On December 21, the Brewers designated Baker for assignment.[20] He was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers on January 2, 2018, in exchange for cash or a player to be named later.[21] He was outrighted to the minors and removed from the 40-man roster in April.[22]

Matt Beaty[edit]

Matt Beaty
Los Angeles Dodgers
Third baseman
Born: (1993-04-28) April 28, 1993 (age 25)
Snellville, Georgia
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Matthew Thomas Beaty (born April 28, 1993) is an American professional baseball third baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Beaty attended Dresden High School in Dresden, Tennessee. The Kansas City Royals selected him in the 48th round of the 2011 MLB draft,[23] but he attended Belmont University. The Dodgers selected him in the 12th round of the 2015 MLB draft.[24][25] Beaty signed with the Dodgers and spent 2015 with both the Ogden Raptors and Great Lakes Loons, posting a combined .314 batting average with four home runs and 28 RBIs in 68 total games between both clubs. He spent 2016 with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, compiling a .297 batting average with 11 home runs and 88 RBIs in 124 games, and 2017 with the Tulsa Drillers where he slashed .326/.378/.505 with 15 home runs and 69 RBIs in 116 games, earning him league player of the year honors.[26] He also won the league batting title.[27] He was assigned to play in the Arizona Fall League and was chosen for the Fall Stars Game showcase.[28]

Joe Broussard[edit]

Joe Broussard
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Broussard with the Oklahoma City Dodgers
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1991-01-28) January 28, 1991 (age 27)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Joe Neville Broussard (born January 28, 1991) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Broussard was drafted by the Dodgers in the 15th round of the 2014 MLB Draft out of Louisiana State University. He signed and spent 2014 with the Ogden Raptors where he went 2-2 with a 3.35 ERA in 18 relief appearances. In 2015, he played for the Great Lakes Loons and Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, pitching to a combined 4-4 record and 3.80 ERA in 38 games, and in 2016, he pitched for the Quakes, Tulsa Drillers, and Oklahoma City Dodgers, compiling a combined 4-2 record and 1.80 ERA in 50 appearances out of the bullpen. He spent 2017 with both Tulsa and Oklahoma City, posting a 5-1 record and 3.27 ERA with 73 strikeouts in 63.1 total innings pitched between the two clubs.[29]

Tony Gonsolin[edit]

Tony Gonsolin
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1994-05-14) May 14, 1994 (age 24)
Vacaville, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Anthony D. Gonsolin (born May 14, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Gonsolin attended Vacaville High School in Vacaville, California and played college baseball at St. Mary's College of California. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the ninth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft.[30]

Gonsolin spent his first professional season with the Ogden Raptors and Great Lakes Loons.[31] He spent 2017 with Great Lakes and Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.[32] After spending his first two seasons as a relief pitcher, he was converted into a starter in 2018. He started the season with Rancho Cucamonga and was promoted to the Tulsa Drillers during the season. The Dodgers named him as the organizations minor league pitcher of the year for 2018.[33]


Paul Hoenecke[edit]

Paul Hoenecke
Los Angeles Dodgers
First baseman / Third baseman / Catcher
Born: (1990-06-08) June 8, 1990 (age 28)
Kewaskum, Wisconsin
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Paul Andrew Hoenecke (/heneki/; born July 8, 1990) is an American professional baseball corner infielder and catcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Hoenecke played high school baseball at West Bend High School, where he won a state championship and was selected as player of the year two years in a row.[34][35] He was a star pitcher for West Bend as well as being one of their top run producers.[36] As a junior, he set a school record with a .515 batting average and also was 9–1 with a 2.18 earned run average as a pitcher.[37]

Hoenecke was drafted by the Detroit Tigers, at the age of 17, in the 42nd round of the 2008 Major League Baseball draft.[37] He was offered a $40,000 signing bonus but did not sign.[34] He attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to play for the Milwaukee Panthers baseball team in the NCAA Division 1 Horizon League. With the Panthers, Hoenecke played infield and, in his senior year, played catcher. Hoenecke finished four years of play with a .301 batting average in 211 games.[38] He also played for the Green Bay Bullfrogs of the Northwoods League in 2010 and 2011.[39]

Hoenecke was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 24th round of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft.[40] He made his professional debut on June 21, 2012 with the Arizona League Dodgers. In the game, Hoenecke went four for five with a home run and four RBIs while playing left field against the Arizona League Brewers.[41] He would win the Arizona League batting title with a .382 average and ranked second in the league in OPS (1.064), third in total bases (107) and seventh in RBI (38).[42] He was promoted to the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer League on August 31[43] and had two hits in five at-bats over three games.[44]

Hoenecke was assigned to the Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League to begin the 2013 season[45] In a May game, he suffered a lacerated spleen after a collision with Julio Urías and spent most of the rest of the season on the disabled list.[46] In 43 games for the Loons he hit .230[47] and he returned to the team for the following season.[48] After having previously been primarily a first baseman, Hoenecke played mostly third base in 2014 and he hit .247 with 15 homers and 61 RBI. He also committed 19 errors in 111 games.[47][49]

In 2015, Hoenecke played in a few major league games in spring training[50] but was assigned to the Advanced-Class A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League to start the season.[51] He spent a week in Double-A with the Tulsa Drillers in April before returning to the Quakes.[52][50] He had a sixteen-game hitting streak for the Quakes in June before it was snapped[53] He had a .295 batting average for the Quakes in 2015, with nine homers and 63 RBI,[47] helping the team win the California League championship.[54] Hoenecke was a MiLB.com Organization All-Star after both the 2014 and 2015 seasons.[43]

Hoenecke returned to the Quakes at the start of the 2016 season and was now listed as a catcher.[55] After only a few games, he was promoted to Tulsa[56] where he was selected to the mid-season all-star team.[57] On the season, he was in 54 games combined between Rancho Cucamonga and Tulsa and hit .269 with nine homers and 30 RBI.[47] In 2017, he was named to the mid-season Texas League all-star game.[58] He played in 48 games, hitting .220 with seven homers and 44 RBI.[47]

Paul Hoenecke is from Kewaskum, WI and is the son of Andrew and Shelly Hoenecke. He is a descendant of 18th and 19th century German mathematician, Carl Friedrich Gauss.[34]

Drew Jackson[edit]

Drew Jackson
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Jackson with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Shortstop
Born: (1993-07-28) July 28, 1993 (age 25)
Berkeley, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Drew Hamilton Jackson (born July 28, 1993) is an American professional baseball shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Jackson attended Miramonte High School in Orinda, California. He then enrolled at Stanford University and played college baseball for the Stanford Cardinal.[59]

The Seattle Mariners selected Jackson in the fifth round of the 2015 Major League Baseball (MLB) draft.[60] He signed and played for the Everett AquaSox[61][59] and was named the league's Most Valuable Player[62] after he slashed .358/.432/.447 with two home runs, 26 RBIs and 47 stolen bases in 59 games. Jackson spent the 2016 season with the Bakersfield Blaze[63] where he batted .258 with six home runs, 47 RBIs and 16 stolen bases.

On March 1, 2017, he was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers (along with Aneurys Zabala) for Chase De Jong.[64] The Dodgers assigned him to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes,[65] where he played in 66 games, posting a .254 batting average with eight home runs and 30 RBIs before his promotion to the Tulsa Drillers, where he finished the season, hitting .234 with one home runs and ten RBIs in 29 games.[66][67] In 2018, he was named to represent the Drillers at the mid-season Texas League All-Star Game.[68]

His older brother, Brett, has played in MLB.[59]

Marshall Kasowski[edit]

Marshall Kasowski
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1995-03-10) March 10, 1995 (age 23)
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.[69] In 2015, he suffered serious head injuries in a car accident that nearly ended his baseball career.[70]

Kasowski was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 13th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft.[71] He spent his first professional season with the Arizona League Dodgers and Great Lakes Loons. In 2018, he played for Great Lakes, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and Tulsa Drillers.[72]

Gavin Lux[edit]

Gavin Lux
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Lux with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Shortstop
Born: (1997-11-23) November 23, 1997 (age 20)
Kenosha, Wisconsin
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Gavin Thomas Lux is a professional baseball shortstop in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. He played high school baseball for Indian Trail High School and Academy in Kenosha, Wisconsin and was selected in the first round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft by the Dodgers. His uncle is Augie Schmidt.

Lux was one of the top fifty high school prospects heading into the 2016 draft.[73] He won the 2016 Wisconsin baseball Gatorade Player of the Year awards and Holy Rosary Sports Night Male Athlete of the Year Award in high school.[74][75] He had committed to Arizona State University[76][77] but was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round, 20th pick, of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft.[78]

On June 16, 2016, Lux signed with the Dodgers for a $2.31 million signing bonus.[79] The Dodgers assigned him to the Arizona League Dodgers to begin his professional career.[80] At the end of the season he was promoted to the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer Baseball League.[81] Between the two levels, he played in 56 games with a .296 batting average and 21 RBI.[82]

Lux got a late start on the 2017 season as he dealt with a rib issue in spring training[83] but he was assigned to the Class-A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League on April 19.[84] He played in 101 games for the Loons, hitting .244 with seven home runs, 39 RBIs, and 27 stolen bases.[82] He was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League for the 2018 season[85] and was selected to the mid-season all-star game[86] and the post-season all-star team.[87] Lux was also named the Dodgers Minor League Player of the year.[88]


Dustin May[edit]

Dustin May
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1997-09-06) September 6, 1997 (age 21)
Justin, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Dustin Jake May (born September 6, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

May graduated from Northwest High School in Justin, Texas. He was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the third round of the 2016 MLB Draft.[89] He was committed to play college baseball for the Texas Tech Red Raiders, but chose to sign with the Dodgers for a $1 million signing bonus,[90] forgoing his commitment.

After signing, May made his professional debut with the AZL Dodgers, and spent the whole season there, posting an 0-1 record with a 3.86 ERA in 30.1 innings pitched. In 2017, he played for both the Great Lakes Loons and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, compiling a combined 9-6 record, 3.63 ERA, and a 1.15 WHIP in 25 games (24 starts) between the two clubs.[91] On August 3, he made his first start for the Tulsa Drillers of Double A going 3 2/3 innings giving up five earned runs.[92]In 2018 for the Quakes he was selected to the post-season California League all-star team.[93] On September 14, he started the Drillers title clinching playoff game where he allowed two runs in five innings.[94]

Jake Peter[edit]

Jake Peter
Los Angeles Dodgers
Infielder
Born: (1993-04-05) April 5, 1993 (age 25)
Mason City, Iowa
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Jacob Winfield Peter (born April 5, 1993) is an American professional baseball infielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Peter attended Mason City High School in Mason City, Iowa and played college baseball at Creighton University. He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the seventh round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft.[95] Peter signed and spent 2014 with the Great Falls Voyagers and Winston-Salem Dash, posting a combined .332 batting average with two home runs and 26 RBIs.[96] In 2015, he played for Winston-Salem where he compiled a .260 batting average with three home runs and 57 RBIs, and after the season played in the Arizona Fall League.[97] Peter started 2016 with the Birmingham Barons and was promoted to the Charlotte Knights during the season.[98][99] In 130 total games between the two teams, he batted .283 with six home runs and 53 RBIs. Peter spent 2017 with both Birmingham and Charlotte once again and slashed .279/.344/.417 with 13 home runs and 49 RBIs in 120 total games between both clubs.[100]

On January 4, 2018, Peter was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in a three team trade that also sent Scott Alexander to the Dodgers, Joakim Soria and Luis Avilán to the White Sox and Trevor Oaks and Erick Mejia to the Kansas City Royals.[101]

DJ Peters[edit]

DJ Peters
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Peters with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (1995-12-12) December 12, 1995 (age 22)
Glendora, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Donald Scott Peters (born December 12, 1995) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

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.[102][103] After the season, Peters was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fourth round of the 2016 MLB Draft and signed,[104] 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.[105] He spent 2017 with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and was named to the California League mid-season all-star team.[106] In 132 games, he batted .276 with 27 home runs and 82 RBIs,[107][108] and at the end of the season, was named to the post-season all-star team and was selected as the California League Most Valuable Player.[109]

Notably, Peters is the first player in baseball history to hit two home runs off of Madison Bumgarner in the same inning[110].

Edwin Ríos[edit]

Edwin Ríos
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Ríos with the Tulsa Drillers
Los Angeles Dodgers
First baseman / Third baseman
Born: (1994-04-21) April 21, 1994 (age 24)
Caguas, Puerto Rico
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Edwin Gabriel Ríos (born April 21, 1994) is a Puerto Rican baseball first baseman and third baseman in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. Ríos was drafted by the Dodgers in the 6th round of the 2015 MLB Draft out of Florida International University.

Ríos began his professional career with the Arizona League Dodgers in 2015 but was quickly promoted to the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer Baseball League. He hit .253 in 22 games for the two teams.[111] He began 2016 with the Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League, hitting .252 with six homers and 13 RBI in 33 games,[111] earning a promotion to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League, where he hit .367 with 16 homers and 46 RBI in 42 games.[111] He was promoted again, to the Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League. He was named the Dodgers organizational minor league player of the year for 2016.[112] Ríos was named as a starter in the Texas League mid-season all-star game in 2017.[58] For the season, he played in 128 games between Tulsa and AAA Oklahoma City and hit .309 with 24 homers and 91 RBI.[111]

Errol Robinson[edit]

Errol Robinson
Los Angeles Dodgers
Shortstop
Born: (1994-10-01) October 1, 1994 (age 23)
Boyds, Maryland
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Errol Anders Robinson (born October 1, 1994) is an American professional baseball shortstop in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Robinson was drafted by the Dodgers in the 6th round of the 2016 MLB Draft out of the University of Mississippi[113][114] He had previously played at St. John's High School in Washington D.C.. In his debut season he hit .282 in 55 games for the rookie league Ogden Raptors in 2016 before splitting the 2017 season among the Great Lakes Loons, Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and Tulsa Drillers, hitting a combined .270 in 95 games. For the 2018 season he returned to Tulsa.[115]

Keibert Ruiz[edit]

Keibert Ruiz
Los Angeles Dodgers
Catcher
Born: (1998-07-20) July 20, 1998 (age 20)
Valencia, Venezuela
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Keibert Ruiz (born July 20, 1998) is a Venezuelan professional baseball catcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Ruiz was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers as an international free agent in 2014 for $140,000.[116] He made his professional debut with the Dominican Summer League Dodgers in 2015 and spent the whole season there, batting .300 with one home run, 19 RBIs, and eight doubles in 44 games. He spent 2016 with both the Arizona League Dodgers and the Ogden Raptors where he posted a combined .374 batting average with two home runs, 48 RBIs, a .412 OBP and a .939 OPS in 56 total games between both teams. In 2017, he began the year with the Great Lakes Loons where he was selected to the Midwest League mid-season All-Star Team[117] and was then promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League.[118] The Dodgers selected him as their Minor League Player of the Year for 2017[119] after he hit .316 with eight home runs and 51 RBIs in 101 games between Great Lakes and Rancho Cucamonga.[120]

Ruiz was promoted to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers for the 2018 season and was selected to represent them at the mid-season Texas League All-Star Game.[121] He was also selected to the "world" team at the All-Star Futures Game.[122]

Jacob Scavuzzo[edit]

Jacob Scavuzzo
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Jacob Scavuzzo with the AA Tulsa Drillers
Los Angeles Dodgers
Outfielder
Born: (1994-01-15) January 15, 1994 (age 24)
Orange, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jacob L. Scavuzzo (born January 15, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

Scavuzzo was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 21st round of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft out of Villa Park High School in Villa Park, California.[123] He made his professional debut with the Arizona League Dodgers. He played 2013 with the Ogden Raptors, 2014 with Ogden and the Great Lakes Loons and 2015 with Great Lakes and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.[124] After the 2015 season he played in the Arizona Fall League, where he won the Bowman Hitting Challenge.[125] To start the 2016 season, he was promoted to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League[126] where he was selected to the mid-season all-star game.[127] In 112 games, he hit .266 with 10 homers and 39 RBI.[128] The following season, he played in 72 games for Tulsa and hit .237 with 16 homers and 52 RBI.[128] In 2018 he was selected to the post-season Texas League All-Star team.[129]

Jordan Sheffield[edit]

Jordan Sheffield
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1995-06-01) June 1, 1995 (age 23)
Tullahoma, Tennessee
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jordan Ladon Sheffield (born June 1, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. He played college baseball at Vanderbilt.

Sheffield attended Tullahoma High School in his hometown of Tullahoma, Tennessee. Before graduating, it was discovered that he needed Tommy John surgery, which caused him to fall in the draft.[130] He was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 13th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft, but did not sign and chose to attend Vanderbilt University. After sitting out the 2014 season recovering from surgery, Sheffield made 6 starts and 16 relief appearances for Vanderbilt in 2015. In 60 total innings, he would post a 5–2 win–loss record, 2.85 earned run average (ERA), and 55 strikeouts.[131] Sheffield made 16 starts in the 2016 season, and pitched to an 8–6 record, 3.01 ERA, and 113 strikeouts in 101​23 innings.[131]

Heading into the 2016 Major League Baseball draft, Sheffield was ranked as one of the top available players by MLB[132] and he was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round (36th pick).[133] He announced on June 25 that he had signed with the Dodgers.[134] Sheffield made one start for the rookie-class Arizona League Dodgers and seven for the Class-A Great Lakes Loons. He was 0–1 with a 3.75 ERA in 12 innings.[135]

Sheffield returned to Great Lakes to start the 2017 season,[136] where he made 20 starts and was 3–7 with a 5.04 ERA.[135] He was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League at the end of the season, where he made four starts (and one relief appearance) and was 0–2 with a 8.00 ERA.[135] He returned to the Quakes for the 2018 season.[137]

His brother, Justus, is a pitcher in the New York Yankees organization.[138][139]

Will Smith[edit]

Will Smith
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Smith with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Catcher
Born: (1995-03-28) March 28, 1995 (age 23)
Louisville, Kentucky
Bats: Right Throws: Right

William Dills Smith (born March 28, 1995) is an American baseball catcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.[140] He was drafted by the Dodgers in the first round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft out of the University of Louisville.[141] Smith signed on July 17, 2016 for a $1.775 million signing bonus.[142] Smith began his professional career with the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer Baseball League[143] and was then quickly promoted to the Class-A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League.[144] He played in seven games for Ogden, 23 for Great Lakes and 25 for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League, hitting a combined .246.[145] He was named to the California League mid-season all-star team in 2017.[106] He hit .232 in 72 games for the Quakes with 11 homers and 43 RBI.[145] He was promoted to the Double-A Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League in July, but suffered a fractured hand after getting hit by a pitch in his debut with the Drillers and he spent the rest of the season on the disabled list.[146]

Mitchell White[edit]

Mitchell White
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White with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitcher
Born: (1994-12-28) December 28, 1994 (age 23)
San Jose, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Mitchell White (born December 28, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.

White attended Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, California and played college baseball at Santa Clara University. He missed his freshman season in 2014 after undergoing Tommy John Surgery. He returned in 2015 as a relief pitcher and in 2016 became a starter.[147] After his sophomore season, he was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft.[148]

White made his professional debut with the Arizona League Dodgers. After two starts he was promoted to the Great Lakes Loons and ended the season with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.[149][150] He did not allow an earned run in 22 innings over 11 games (six starts) for the three teams in 2016.[151] In 2017, he made 19 starts across three levels, with nine for the Quakes, seven for the Tulsa Drillers and three rehab appearances for the Arizona Dodgers. He posted a combined 3–2 record with a 2.93 ERA and 88 strikeouts in 73.2 total innings pitched between the three teams.[151]

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


Manager

Coaches


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day disabled list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated September 12, 2018
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Double-A[edit]

Tulsa Drillers roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

  •  1 Mike Ahmed
  • 18 Wes Darvill
  • 15 Drew Jackson
  • 10 Gavin Lux
  • 27 Zach McKinstry
  • 22 Eric Peterson
  •  6 Errol Robinson

Outfielders


Manager

  • 46 Scott Hennessey

Coaches


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day disabled list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated September 15, 2018
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Class A-Advanced[edit]

Rancho Cucamonga Quakes roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 18 Isaac Anderson
  • 23 Leo Crawford
  • 10 Parker Curry
  • 19 Max Gamboa
  • 31 Austin Hamilton
  • 41 Dan Jagiello
  • -- Chris Mathewson
  • 12 Wills Montgomerie
  • 48 Ryan Moseley
  • 49 Logan Salow
  • 38 Sven Schueller
  • 38 Jordan Sheffield
  • 27 Connor Strain
  • 11 Edwin Uceta

Catchers

  • 29 Steve Berman
  • 50 Hamlet Marte
  • 33 Connor Wong

Infielders

  • 21 Omar Estevez
  •  6 Brandon Montgomery
  •  5 Cristian Santana
  • 36 Jared Walker
  •  8 Nick Yarnall

Outfielders


Manager

  •  7 Drew Saylor

Coaches

  • 15 Connor McGuiness (pitching)
  • 24 Petro Montero
  • 22 Justin Viele (hitting)


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day disabled list
* On Los Angeles Dodgers 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
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‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated September 17, 2018
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Class A[edit]

Great Lakes Loons roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  •  9 Jasiel Alvino
  •  3 Gerardo Carrillo
  • 28 Jeronimo Castro
  • 52 Jose Chacin
  • 32 Austin Drury
  • -- Victor Gonzalez
  • 51 Devin Hemmerich
  • 46 Andre Jackson
  • 11 Melvin Jimenez
  • 50 Stephen Kolek
  • 45 Darien Nunez
  • -- Riley Richert
  • 33 John Rooney
  • 35 Alfredo Tavarez
  • 31 Bryan Warzek
  • 37 Mark Washington
  • 43 Zach Willeman

Catchers

  • 30 Hunter Feduccia
  • -- Garrett Hope

Infielders

  •  5 Jacob Amaya
  • 22 Brock Carpenter
  • 36 Luke Heyer
  • 10 Deacon Liput
  • 13 Devin Mann
  •  7 Moises Perez
  • 38 Gersel Pitre
  • 44 Miguel Vargas

Outfielders

  • -- Tyler Adkison §
  •  1 Drew Avans
  •  6 Matt Cogen
  • 25 Romer Cuadrado
  • -- Starling Heredia
  • 23 Josh McLain
  • -- Brayan Morales
  • 40 Chris Roller


Manager

Coaches

  • 16 Seth Conner
  • 19 Bobby Cuellar (pitching)
  • 24 Jair Fernandez (hitting)


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Advanced Rookie[edit]

Ogden Raptors roster
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Pitchers

  • 43 Reza Aleazis
  • 45 Justin Bruihl
  • 46 Yeison Cespedes
  • 36 Brett De Geus
  • 21 Justin Hagenman
  • 27 Wes Helsabeck
  • 30 Joel Inoa
  • 33 Justin Lewis
  • 28 Kevin Malisheski
  • 41 Jose Martinez
  • 16 Connor Mitchell
  • 23 Orlandy Navarro
  • 22 Luis Pasen
  • 31 Evy Ruibal
  • 51 Caleb Sampen
  • 56 Gregorio Sequera
  • 44 Elio Serrano
  •  6 Hunter Speer
  • 18 Jesus Vargas

Catchers

  • 38 Marco Hernandez
  •  3 Ramon Rodriguez
  • 11 Tre Todd

Infielders

  •  8 Jeremy Arocho
  •  9 Kenneth Betancourt
  •  5 Ronny Brito
  • 13 Marcus Chiu
  • 11 Preston Grand Pre
  •  9 Connor Heady
  • 14 Dillon Paulson
  • 10 Moises Perez
  • 29 Jefrey Souffront

Outfielders

  • 18 Aldrich De Jongh
  • 12 Niko Hulsizer
  • 48 Jon Littell
  • 47 James Outman
  • 50 Daniel Robinson
  • 17 Andrew Shaps
  • 15 Jeremiah Vison


Manager

  •  7 Jeremy Rodriguez

Coaches

  • 37 Cordell Hipolito
  • 34 Dustin Kelly (hitting)
  • 25 Dean Stiles (pitching)


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Arizona League Dodgers roster
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Pitchers

  • 55 Aldry Acosta
  • 48 Alex Arzaga
  • 59 Nelfri Contreras
  • 50 Morgan Cooper
  • 60 Edward Cuello
  • 64 Braydon Fisher
  • 33 Jacob Gilliland
  • 12 Michael Grove
  • 52 Antonio Hernandez
  • 47 Jose Hernandez
  • 45 Ricardo Hernandez
  • 58 Juan Morillo
  • 67 Mateo Nunez
  • 37 Robinson Ortiz
  • 11 Riley Ottesen
  • 70 Amaury Telemaco
  • 21 Nathan Witt
  • 41 Guillermo Zuniga

Catchers

  •  9 Aaron Ackerman
  • 35 Jair Camargo
  • 28 Carlos Mendoza
  • 54 Juan Zabala

Infielders

  •  7 Aldor Espinoza
  • 65 Meaux Landry
  • 30 Sauryn Lao
  • 40 Luis Rodriguez
  • 56 Albert Suarez
  • 23 Leonel Valera

Outfielders

  •  5 Ismael Alcantara
  • 49 Kevin Aponte
  • 13 Rolando Lebron
  • 16 Sam McWilliams
  • 22 Andy Pages
  •  8 Frank Sanchez


Manager

  • 29 Mark Kertenian

Coaches

  • 44 Tony Cappuccilli
  • 51 Jarek Cunningham (hitting)
  • 31 Luis Meza (pitching)
  • 11 Jairo Pacheco


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Foreign Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Dodgers Robinson roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 61 Axel Acevedo
  • 45 Wilkin Baez
  • 37 Andrew Budier
  • 38 Jeisson Cabrera
  • 70 Darlin Camilo
  • 71 Carlos De Avila
  • 41 Carlos De Los Santos
  • 65 Carlos Duran
  • 75 Juan Gonzalez
  •  8 Stiven Gutierrez
  • 76 Michael Martinez
  • 54 Abel Moya
  • 77 Maykel Rabsatt
  • 40 Adolfo Ramirez
  • 59 Benony Robles
  • 60 Jose Rodulfo
  • -- Jesus Turizo
  • -- Jonathan Vasquez
  • -- Fernando Villicana

Catchers

  • 46 Wladimir Chalo
  • 44 Jesus Dominguez
  • -- Alejandro Fernandez
  • -- Jenderson Jardines

Infielders

  • 14 Yhostin Chirinos
  • 79 Luis Yanel Diaz
  •  6 Hector Martinez
  • 12 Carlos Santiago
  • 13 Jorbit Vivas

Outfielders

  • 68 Luis Carlos Diaz
  • 80 Julio Enrique
  • 57 Jimmie Feliz
  • 43 Yunior Garcia
  • -- Jorge Hernandez
  • -- Harold Restituyo
  • 51 Brayan Rodriguez
  •  5 Rushenten Tomsjansen
  • 56 Imanol Vargas


Manager

  • Keyter Collado

Coaches

  • Roberto Giron (pitching)


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Roster updated August 26, 2018
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Pitchers

  • 34 Jeffry Abreu
  • 58 Carlos Alejo
  • 72 Hugo Beltran
  • 73 Israiky Berroa
  • 35 Yamil Castillo
  • 47 Daniel Cruz
  • 29 Franklin De La Paz
  • 50 Reinaldo De Paula
  • 36 Harold Galindo
  • 55 Duany Gomez
  • 64 Breidy Lara
  • 28 Enmanuel Marcano
  • 21 Carlos Montilla
  • 33 Luisenyer Perez
  • 27 Carlos Rodriguez
  • 78 Jonny Romero
  • 31 Martin Santana
  • 66 Joan Valdez

Catchers

  • 23 Oscar Alvarez
  •  3 Andres Noriega

Infielders

  • 62 Jeans Garcia
  • 26 Eddys Leonard
  • 17 Eynar Machin
  • 49 Jose Nava
  • 10 Vladimir Perez
  • 15 Randy Rodriguez
  • 74 Yohandry Sequera
  • 22 Amin Valdez

Outfielders

  • -- Kiumel Bastardo
  • 51 Mayron Cathalina
  • 74 Gorge Heredia
  • 11 Deivi Luis
  •  9 Edwin Mateo
  • 16 Jaime Perez
  • 30 Luis Yan


Manager

  • Austin Chubb

Coaches

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


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Roster updated September 1, 2018
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Player Development Staff[edit]

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

Minor-League Coordinators[edit]

  • Field Coordinator: Clayton McCullough
  • Pitching Coordinators: Kremlin Martinez, Aaron Bates
  • Hitting Coordinator: Paco Figueroa
  • Catching Coordinator: Travis Barbary
  • Assistant Catching Coordinator: Ryan Sienko
  • Infield Coordinator: José Vizcaíno
  • Skills Development: Shaun Larkin
  • Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator: Tarrik Brock
  • Roving Base Running Instructor: Maury Wills

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