Dodgers Prospects Diego Cartaya, Bobby Miller & Miguel Vargas Selected For 2022 Futures Game

Los Angeles Dodgers prospects Diego Cartaya, Bobby Miller and Miguel Vargas were selected for the 2022 All-Star Futures Game at Dodger Stadium. Established in 1999, the Futures Game is a highly distinguished and selective event aimed at showcasing the next generation of talent.

From its inception in 1999 until 2018, the Futures Game was played between a United States team composed of American-born players and a World roster consisting of players born outside the U.S.

However, the format was changed to American League vs. National League in 2019, just like with the annual All-Star Game among Major League players.

Cartaya was part of the Dodgers’ 2018-19 international signing period class and has quickly risen through the ranks. He is the organization’s top prospect, and in 56 games between Single-A Rancho Cucamonga and High-A Great Lake this season, he has batted .283 with 14 home runs and 58 RBI.

Miller was selected by the Dodgers with the 29th overall pick in the 2020 MLB Draft out of Louisville. In 14 starts for Double-A Tulsa, he is 3-3 with a 4.45 ERA and 1.23 WHIP over 62.2 innings pitched.

Vargas signed with the Dodgers as an international free agent in 2015 and has developed into one of the organization’s better prospects. In 79 games for Triple-A Oklahoma City, he is hitting .292/.379/.498 with 18 doubles, 13 home runs and 59 RBI across 364 plate appearances.

Former Dodgers catcher and three-time World Series champion Mike Scioscia will manage the NL Futures team, while 2007 NL MVP Jimmy Rollins will oversee the AL Futures team.

The 2022 Futures Game is scheduled for seven innings and will take place at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, July 16 at 4 p.m. PT. It will be exclusively broadcast on Peacock and SiriusXM.

2022 Futures Game rosters

National League


Andrew Abbott, Reds
Mike Burrows, Pirates
Cade Cavalli, Nationals
Kyle Harrison, Giants
Antoine Kelly, Brewers
Bobby Miller, Dodgers
Erik Miller, Phillies
Eury Pérez, Marlins
Jared Shuster, Braves

Position players

Francisco Álvarez, Mets
Darren Baker, Nationals
Corbin Carroll, Diamondbacks
Diego Cartaya, Dodgers
Jackson Chourio, Brewers
Pete Crow-Armstrong, Cubs
Henry Davis, Pirates
Elly De La Cruz, Reds
Robert Hassell III, Padres
Logan O’Hoppe, Phillies
Ezequiel Tovar, Rockies
Miguel Vargas, Dodgers
David Villar, Giants
Zac Veen, Rockies
Jordan Walker, Cardinals
Masyn Winn, Cardinals

American League


Brayan Bello, Red Sox
Taj Bradley, Rays
Ky Bush, Angels
Hunter Brown, Astros
Wilmer Flores, Tigers
Emerson Hancock, Mariners
Jack Leiter, Rangers
Ricky Tiedemann, Blue Jays
Ken Waldichuk, Yankees
Yosver Zulueta, Blue Jays

Position players

Denzel Clarke, Athletics
Oscar Colas, White Sox
Yainer Diaz, Astros
Dillon Dingler, Tigers
Jasson Dominguez, Yankees
Gunnar Henderson, Orioles
Shea Langeliers, Athletics
Curtis Mead, Rays
Jhonkensy Noel, Guardians
Nick Pratto, Royals
Ceddanne Rafaela, Red Sox
Spencer Steer, Twins
George Valera, Guardians
Anthony Volpe, Yankees
Matt Wallner, Twins

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