Dodgers Prospects: Quakes Home Opener, Now!

Check out some Media Day Highlights

After opening the season in Visalia, the Ranch Cucamonga Quakes play their Home Opener on Tuesday, April 12, 2022. The Quakes are easily one of the best bang-for-the-buck in Southern California.

Top 30 Prospects Galore

The Dodgers are a team loaded with excellent prospects and six of the MLB Pipeline prospects are on the Quakes.

  • Diego Cartaya – the number one prospect on the Dodgers and the number 28th overall.
  • Maddux Bruns – the number 12 prospect for the Dodgers and their number one draft pick in 2021.
  • Jose Ramos – the number 14 prospect for the Dodgers and he keeps making great strides.
  • Alex De Jesus – the number 20 prospect. He started slowly last season but came on strong.
  • Luis Rodriguez – the number 25 prospect. Luis has all the tools and is just 19 years old.
  • Jake Vogel – the number 29 prospect with lightning speed.

Media Day

The Quakes hosted a Media Day last week and we were there to meet some of the coaches and players.

Along with the cover photo with Julio Carrion, Luis Rodriguez, Kenneth Betancourt, and Jose Ramos here are pictures of left-handed pitchers Maddux Bruns and Octavio Becerra.

Maddux Bruns – Quakes Media Day 2022. Photo Credit: Tim Rogers/Dodgers 2080


Octavio Becerra – Quakes Media Day 2022. Photo Credit: Tim Rogers/Dodgers 2080

My fellow prospect hugger, Steve Douglas from Hot Stove Baseball Talk, captured some excellent interviews.

  • Robbie Peto – link
  • Damon Keith – link
  • Jake Vogel – link
  • Kendall Williams – link
  • Diego Cartaya – link
  • Braydon Fisher – link

Are You In?

This is the chance to see some of these top prospects before they are promoted. Now is the time to see top prospect Diego Cartaya before he is sent to the Great Lakes Loons. We hope to see you at the Home Opener. To purchase tickets to opening night here is the ticket link.

Quakes Roster Has Diego Cartaya, Maddux Bruns, Jose Ramos, Alex De Jesus, Luis Rodriguez, Jake Vogel

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