Gavin Lux: Dodgers 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Promoted to Triple-A in June, the Dodgers' No. 1 prospect is hitting over .350 with an OPS above 1.000 this season.
Gavin Lux Improves His Few Shortcomings
Lux's incendiary play at Double-A and Triple-A had helped answer questions by smoothing two rough edges to his game.
Niko Hulsizer Shows Off His Power
The Dodgers' 18th-round pick in 2018, Hulsizer hit 16 home runs in his first 62 games this season.
Mitchell White Returning To Form
After a mediocre 2018 at Double-A Tulsa, White pitched well to start 2019 and was recently promoted to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
Josh Sborz Observes A Lot By Watching
A star releiver in college, Sborz has developed into a better pitcher in pro ball thanks to watching others go about their work.
Dustin May Shines In Big League Camp
The 21-year-old righthander impressed Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, leaving open the possibility he makes his big league debut this season.
Peters' Simpler Swing Gets Big Results
A swing change has helped the Dodgers' D.J. Peters make more contact
Jeren Kendall Strives For More Contact
Kendall is working with team hitting instructors to get his swing in the zone longer in order to create more contact.
Dodgers Unveil Hitting Department
The Dodgers created a three-person hitting department on the major league staff to maintain continuity from the minors to majors.
Gavin Lux Is Driven To Succeed
The 2016 first-round shortstop altered his swing path to hit more balls in the air and hit varied pitch types.