Dodgers Prospects Take 'Huge Strides' In Odd Year
Even with prospects deprived of a minor league season, several Dodgers farmhands were able to develop in specific areas.
Tony Gonsolin: Dodgers 2020 Rookie Of The Year
Tony Gonsolin put in extra work refining his split-changeup prior to summer camp. His hard work paid off with a breakthrough rookie season.
Keibert Ruiz Overcomes Obstacles
The 22-year-old catcher started the summer late but still reached the big leagues in mid August.
Zach McKinstry Goes From Draft Steal To Future Big Leaguer
The former 33rd-round pick could make his major league debut at some point this summer.
Yadier Alvarez Is Ready For His Chance
Alvarez owned up to immature behavior in the past, so he spent the offseason working to improve his discipline as he tries to get back on the Dodgers' radar.
Victor Gonzalez Rewards Patience With Success
Gonzalez made his presence known in his first full season after returning from Tommy John surgery.
Michael Busch Wants To Be A Complete Player
After focusing on first base and left field in college, Busch is committed to learning second base in pro ball to become more versatile.
Big Fastball Speeds Josiah Gray To Double-A
The 2018 supplemental second-rounder quickly recovered from the shock of being traded early in his career and dominated three minor league levels.
Brett de Geus Looks Like A 33rd-Round Find
Late-round 2017 pick de Geus throws strikes and misses bats and is a testament to the Dodgers' scouting effort.
Jimmy Lewis Hoping To Prove Dodgers Right
Despite a lat injury and a strong commitment to LSU, the Dodgers drafted Lewis with the 78th overall pick in 2019.