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Dodgers Prospects: Josiah Gray Debut Prediction from MLB Pipeline

MLB Pipeline Makes Their Prediction On A Dodger To Debut In 2021

MLB Pipeline just posted an article on which player might make their Major League debut in 2021.

It wasn’t a surprise that they chose Josiah Gray as a likely Dodgers prospect to debut in 2021. Based on the progress of all the other starting pitchers on the 40-man roster Gray is a decent bet. One important note is that Gray isn’t on the 40-man roster yet. Pitchers that are on the 40-man roster that have not pitched in MLB yet are Gerardo Carrillo, AndrĂ© Jackson, and Edwin Uceta. Of all of them, Gray is ranked the highest as he is the number one prospect on the Dodgers and, like Uceta, finished the 2019 season in AA.

DJ Peters at 2019 Spring Training. Photo credit: Tim Rogers/Dodgers Nation

When I look at the rest of the 40-man roster there are three outfielders who have not had their debut either; DJ Peters, Luke Raley, and Zach Reks. If the Dodgers do not re-sign Joc Pederson I would expect one of those outfielders to debut before Gray. It will all come down to opportunities through either how the team fills the roster out or from injuries.

Further Reading: Edwin Uceta Update in Winter Ball

One bet that I feel good about making is that all these players will debut in the Major Leagues in either 2021 or 2022. Even after many players graduated from prospect status in 2020 the Dodgers are loaded with players ready to contribute. The player development for the Dodgers is remarkable and continues to bring out the potential of the players in the minor league system.

Final Thoughts

The Dodgers won the World Series in 2020 and also have a ton of young talent. It really is an amazing system. Personally, I cannot wait to see more players make their MLB debut in 2021. The only question will be, who is first?

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Further Reading: December 21 Is A Big Day For Josiah Gray

What do you think?

Written by Tim Rogers

With @dodgersnation. Also known at @sddodger on Twitter and Instagram.

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