The Los Angeles Dodgers announced a renewal of an agreement with the Ogden Raptors to keep them as their Rookie level Minor League affiliate. The Dodgers previously reached deals with Triple-A Oklahoma City, Double-A Tulsa, High-A Rancho Cucamonga and Low-A Great Lakes.
“The Raptors’ front office and fans have provided an exciting playing environment for our men to develop,” said Dodgers director of player development Brandon Gomes.
“We are pleased to continue our long standing relationship with Ogden and look forward to once again being a part of the community.”
The Raptors have been the Rookie League partner of the Dodgers since 2003. They finished this season with a 46-30 record, good for a South Division title and appearance in the Pioneer League Playoffs.
They were part of organizational success that saw each of the Dodgers’ Minor League affiliates reach their respective league playoffs. The Arizona League team, Drillers and Quakes all won a championship.
Ogden has won five league titles and 16 division titles in their history. They won the Pioneer League title last season. The likes of Corey Seager, Cody Bellinger, Ross Stripling and Gavin Lux are among Dodgers prospects who have played for Ogden.