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Los Angeles Dodgers 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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Name Position
Scott Alexander LHP
Pedro Baez RHP
Walker Buehler RHP
Gerardo Carillo RHP
Caleb Ferguson LHP
Dylan Floro RHP
Brett de Geus RHP
Tony Gonsolin RHP
Victor Gonzalez LHP
Brusdar Graterol RHP
Josiah Gray RHP
Michael Grove RHP
Andre Jackson RHP
Kenley Jansen RHP
Marshall Kasowski RHP
Joe Kelly RHP
Clayton Kershaw LHP
Landon Knack RHP
Adam Kolarek LHP
Dustin May RHP
Bobby Miller RHP
Jimmy Nelson RHP
Ryan Pepiot RHP
David Price LHP
Edubray Ramos RHP
Dennis Santana RHP
Josh Sborz RHP
Ross Stripling RHP
Blake Treinen RHP
Edwin Uceta RHP
Julio Urias LHP
Mitchell White RHP
Alex Wood LHP
Austin Barnes C
Diego Cartaya C
Rocky Gale C
Keibert Ruiz C
Carson Taylor C
Will Smith C
Matt Beaty 1B/OF
Michael Busch 2B
Omar Estevez 2B
Devin Mann 2B
Gavin Lux 2B/SS
Max Muncy 2B/1B
Edwin Rios 3B/1B
Kody Hoese 3B
Justin Turner 3B
Jacob Amaya SS
Corey Seager SS
Mookie Betts OF
Anthony Garcia OF
Terrance Gore OF
Joc Pederson OF
DJ Peters OF
AJ Pollock OF
Luke Raley OF
Zach Reks OF
Cody Thomas OF
Jake Vogel OF
Cody Bellinger OF/1B
Kike Hernandez OF/INF
Zach McKinstry OF/INF
Chris Taylor OF/INF


The Dodgers included their top six prospects on their 60-man pool. Most notable is catcher Diego Cartaya (No. 6), who is 18 years old and has yet to play above Rookie-level. The Dodgers' top five prospects all have a chance to contribute in the majors this year, while Cartaya should be viewed as a development pick who will benefit from playing against older, more experienced players at the team's alternate training site. RHPs Michael Grove, Andre Jackson and Gerardo Carrillo all struggled at times last year and have yet to pitch above high Class A, but they all have power arms that could be useful as relief depth.


The Dodgers are focused on winning and loaded with position players. Thus, they did not include far away hitters who don't project to help this year, Cartaya excluded. As such, 2019 first-round picks Kody Hoese and Michael Busch were left off the roster, as were talented but far away youngsters Miguel Vargas, Jacob Amaya and Andy Pages. Hoese, Busch and Amaya were later added.


The Dodgers are built to win now and rightly prioritized players who could help them win this year in their initial player pool. With the exceptions of Cartaya and Estevez, every one of their position players has reached at least Triple-A. With their bullpen depth an issue that has frequently been exposed in the playoffs, the Dodgers wisely included a deep group of prospect power arms who could emerge and provide vital help.


Ryan Pepiot's Changeup Earns Rave Reviews

The 2019 third-rounder has earned comparisons to Devin Williams for his devastating offspeed offering.

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