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    Dodgers Prospects: 2020 MiLB Season Has Been Canceled

    It is now official, the 2020 Minor League Baseball season has been canceled. This is an awful result no matter what the reasoning happens to be. So many livelihoods are impacted in a negative way. Fortunately, the Dodgers are paying their minor league players for the rest of the season. For the people who work […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Good News For Minor Leaguers

    Many of us have been wondering when the Dodgers were going to step up and pay their minor leaguers. We now have an answer, courtesy of Ryan Moseley. Dodgers are paying us through the end of August — Ryan Moseley (@ryanmoseley_) June 30, 2020 This is great news and it takes away one worry for […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Dodgers Sign Landon Knack

    The Dodgers have reached a contract agreement with 2nd round pick, Landon Knack. He was the 60th pick of the draft and was a 5th-year senior at East Tennessee State University. The Dodgers still have two more picks to sign in the form of Clayton Beeter and Jake Vogel. With the Dodgers having about $2.8M […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: 60-Man Player Pool Announced

    Today, June 28, was the deadline for announcing the 60-Man Player Pool. Along with the full 40-Man Roster, the Dodgers were able to add in some prospects. The Dodgers initial list only contains 51 players so they could add more. Rocky Gale is the only veteran as the following prospects were added: Gerardo Carrillo Josiah […] More

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    Dodgers: Andrew Toles Has Been Found

    Dodgers fans were treated by some news about Andrew Toles only a few hours ago. Pro baseball player jailed for sleeping behind the Key West airport, police said https://t.co/IoneIUXutP — Miami Herald Sports (@HeraldSports) June 26, 2020 We know that he has been missing for quite a long time so it is great to finally […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Carson Taylor Signs With The Dodgers

    Jim Callis of MLB Pipeline is reporting that the Dodgers have signed their fourth round draft pick, Carson Taylor. The switch-hitting catcher had his last season of college baseball at Virginia Tech cut short due to COVID-19 but he did enough to get noticed. A slash line of .431/.541/.690 will do that. The Dodgers are pretty […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: FanGraphs Adds Draft Picks To Prospects List

    A few weeks ago we wrote about the FanGraphs Top 47 Prospects List for the Dodgers. Now, FanGraphs has updated that list to include some of the recent draft picks from the 2020 draft. First, let’s make something clear, these lists are not objective but are simply semi-informed, subjective speculations. In other words, they are just […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Bobby Miller Signs With The Dodgers

    Earlier today, the Dodgers 1st-Round draft pick, Bobby Miller, announced that he has signed with the organization on his Instagram page. Bobby is a right-handed pitcher out of Louisville. Sources indicate that he signed for $2.2M which is about $200,000 under his draft slot.   Welcome to the Dodgers, Bobby. To stay updated on our […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Robbie Peto Is The First UDFA To Sign

    The Dodgers have signed their first Undrafted Free Agent (UDFA), Robbie Peto. He played his college ball at Stetson University where he struck out 41 batters in only 25.1 innings during his COVID-19 abbreviated season. He only had four starts because of the pandemic as he had a 1.78 ERA. We love the work Robbie […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Gavin Stone Signs With The Dodgers

    The Dodgers have officially signed 5th round draft choice Gavin Stone. Stone is a right handed pitcher from Central Arkansas. View this post on Instagram Super excited and grateful for the opportunity to play for a great organization and great city. It wouldn’t have been possible without amazing friends and family who have supported this […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Darien Nunez 2019 Year In Review

    We continue our Unheralded Prospect Series with a review of his 2019 season with Darien Nunez, and we were fortunate enough to have him agree to interview with us. This interview is quite unique in that Darien only speaks Spanish. I was able to ask Robert Fuentes, Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Booster extraordinaire and friend, to […] More

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