Dodgers Prospect Gavin Stone Expected To Make MLB Debut During 2023 Season
Los Angeles Dodgers pitching prospects Bobby Miller and Ryan Pepiot have garnered deserved recognition over recent years, and now Gavin Stone has quietly pitched his way into the similar spotlight.Whereas Pepiot made his MLB debut last season and is a leading candidate to be part of the Dodgers' Opening Day rotation this year, contributions from Miller and Stone are further down the line.
Dodgers 'Completely Believe In' Jimmy Nelson Despite Spring Training Struggles
The Los Angeles Dodgers predictably declined their team option on Jimmy Nelson for the 2023 season, but months later re-signed the right-hander to another one-year contract.The deal represented the fourth contract Nelson signed with the Dodgers since getting non-tendered by the Milwaukee Brewers in December 2019.
Dodgers News: Gavin Stone's Confidence is Riding at an All Time High
Top prospect right-hander Gavin Stone has been downright electric this spring for the Dodgers.In 4 outings he's yet to surrender a run while striking out 14 batters in 6.2 innings of work.8 of those Ks came in a 3 inning effort on Sunday afternoon in Glendale, AZ.After his dominant outing, LA's number 4 prospect talked about the confidence that's coming with his spring training success.
Trea Turner can't believe it either. Why is he hitting so many homers in the WBC?
Earlier in the World Baseball Classic, before he became the greatest No. 9 hitter the tournament has seen, Trea Turner had a conversation with J.T. Realmuto and Kyle Schwarber.The Team USA and Philadelphia Phillies teammates were talking about spring training numbers.He told them he hadn't hit a home run during the exhibition season in four or five years.