Top Los Angeles Dodgers Prospects Included In 2023 Spring Training Camp

The Los Angeles Dodgers held their first full-squad workout of 2023 Spring Training on Monday, as position players, pitchers, prospects and non-roster invitees have arrived at Camelback Ranch over the past two weeks.

Dodgers prospects in camp include Diego Cartaya, Bobby Miller, Andy Pages, Miguel Vargas and more. Vargas is primed to play a significant role for L.A. this season, and Miller cold factor into their plans as well.

However, the likes of Cartaya and Eddys Leonard are multiple years from making their respective MLB debuts.

Dodgers prospects in Spring Training Camp

Bobby Miller

Recently ranked as the 24th-best overall and sixth-best right-handed pitching prospect by, 2023 could finally be the year that Miller gets his call to the Majors.

The Dodgers’ top pitching prospect spent 2022 between the Double-A Tulsa Drillers and Triple-A Oklahoma City.

Gavin Stone

Considered by as the 56th-best prospect in baseball for 2023, last season saw the 24-year-old put together an electric showing. Stone delivered an impressive 1.48 ERA across 26 games between High-A Great Lakes, Tulsa, and OKC.

Stone finished his season with a stellar 1.16 ERA in 23.1 innings for the OKC Dodgers. ESPN recently included Stone as one of five Dodgers prospects in their top 100.

Ryan Pepiot

Although Pepiot make his MLB debut and seven starts for the Dodgers last year, he still remains one of the highest-ranked pitching prospects within the organization. While it’s still to be determined how Pepiot could be factored into the big league picture after a 3.47 ERA across his first initial 36.1 innings, he’s a quality depth option for the rotation.

Michael Grove

After making his way to the Major League mound for six spot starts in 2022, the 26-year-old Grove now looks to continue building on some success. Despite carrying a 4.70 ERA across seven total appearances with the Dodgers last year, the former second-round pick collected 24 strikeouts in 29.1 innings.

Nick Nastrini

A product of UCLA, Nastrini makes his way to Major League camp despite not pitching at any level above Double-A. Nastrini has averaged 13.84 strikeouts per nine innings in his Minor League career.

Diego Cartaya

Cartaya is in big league camp as not only the top Dodgers prospect, but also the 14th-best in all of baseball via

Miguel Vargas

Despite only hitting for a .170 average across 47 big league at-bats in 2022, Vargas’ struggles from his MLB debut is anticipated to quickly fade.

Considered in the top five of Dodgers prospects in 2022, Vargas has an ability to play various infield positions, but appears likely to settle in at second base.

Michael Busch

After putting his immense power on display last year with 32 doubles and 21 home runs for Oklahoma City, it’s no surprise that Busch is ranked as the second-best second-base prospect in all of baseball by heading into 2023. His strong figures at the plate for OKC in 2022 equated to a .823 OPS.

Andy Pages

While numbers indicate his high-ceiling, the 22-year-old was ranked as the 81st-best prospect in all of baseball by heading into 2023 despite never seeing action yet above Double-A. That shouldn’t matter too much though, as the Cuban-born outfielder collected 26 home runs and .804 OPS while driving in 80 runs for the Drillers.

James Outman

Despite a small sample size, the 25-year-old Outman dazzled in his short stint at the big league level with Los Angeles. In addition to making his MLB debut, the outfield prospect went 6-for-13 at the plate, good for a .462 average across four games.

Jorbit Vivas

Ranked in 2022 as the Dodgers 15th-best prospect, the 21-year-old infielder hasn’t played above High-A yet, but made his way to Major League camp with the promise of speed and consistent bat as he continues to develop. Vivas posted a .269 average and .775 OPS with 19 doubles last year for the Loons.

Johnny DeLuca

The 24-year-old hit for a .260 average and .888 OPS across both High-A and Double-A last season. DeLuca has power, additionally, hitting 25 home runs while driving in 71 RBI last season.

Eddys Leonard

Hailing from the Dominican Republic, the 22-year-old was ranked by as the 10th-best Dodgers prospect in 2022. Although it’s still to be determined where 2023 will take his progress, Leonard spent last year in a second stint with Great Lakes in his four-year tenure with the organization.

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