Lux homers in October debut ... into trash can?
Dodgers phenom is 4th-youngest to go deep in 1st postseason game
LOS ANGELES -- It was a last-minute decision in the right-field pavilion. The Dodgers had a four-run lead, it was the bottom of the eighth inning and Agustin Nuno figured this was his last chance to check out the postseason merch. He left his section of seats via a stairway
Pipeline names Dodgers Prospects of the Year
Lux breaks into big leagues; Gray impresses in 1st year with club
LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers' Hitting and Pitching Prospects of the Year provide a snapshot of the wide net management casts to keep the talent flowing.
Gavin Lux, the club's Hitting Prospect of the Year, was a first-round pick out of a Wisconsin high school in the 2016 Draft, bucking
Lux: 'When I hit it, I kind of knew I got it'
Dodgers top prospect belts first big league home run
BALTIMORE -- In the months leading up to his eventual callup, Gavin Lux was teasing Dodgers fans with the power he was showcasing at the Minor League level. An OPS north of 1.000 and 26 homers across 113 games tend to have that effect.
It took him a minute, but
Top prospect Lux makes impact in MLB debut
21-year-old starts at second base in highly anticipated debut
LOS ANGELES -- Gavin Lux has spent this year seemingly ready for anything, including his Major League debut in Monday night's 16-9 win over the Rockies, during which he finally came across something he wasn’t at all ready for.
The Dodgers' top prospect lined the first MLB pitch he saw
Prospect Lux may not have roster spot in Sept.
Dodgers' No. 1 prospect could serve in 'apprenticeship' role
SAN DIEGO -- Infielder Gavin Lux, the Dodgers' No. 1 prospect, per MLB Pipeline, will be with the big league club sometime in September, but he might not be playing.
Manager Dave Roberts said the 21-year-old Lux “is in the conversation” for a callup, but would commit only to Lux
May's role still a work in progress
Floro placed on IL; Sadler recalled from Oklahoma City
LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers are trying to have it every which way with 21-year-old rookie pitcher Dustin May.
The No. 2-ranked prospect in the organization, according to MLB Pipeline, started in his first three MLB appearances. Then he made his relief debut on Sunday, when he allowed a grand
May, Dodgers' No. 2 prospect, moved to 'pen
Gonsolin, ranked No. 5, may get crack at rotation
ATLANTA -- The Dodgers’ summer tryout camp continues on Sunday, when Dustin May is scheduled to make his MLB relief debut and the starter might be Tony Gonsolin, manager Dave Roberts said on Friday.
The two rookies are under consideration for spots on the postseason pitching staff. Gonsolin, currently with
Solid debut showcases May's potential
21-year-old will start again Wednesday as October audition continues
LOS ANGELES -- On the 97th pitch, the game got away from Dustin May. But for enough of his MLB debut, a 21-year-old with one MLB start under his belt showed why he’s in the conversation for October baseball.
The Dodgers lost to the Padres, 5-2, at Dodger Stadium, wasting
Ryu heads to injured list (neck) as May debuts
Gonsolin recalled; Floro optioned; Alexander moved to 60-day IL
LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers’ summer tryout camp will include rookie Tony Gonsolin starting Monday night instead of Cy Young candidate Hyun-Jin Ryu, who was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday for precautionary reasons with a sore neck.
Ryu, healthy enough to throw six scoreless innings at Coors Field
Here's what to expect from Dustin May
He has some of the nastiest stuff, and best hair, among top prospects
The Dodgers may not have a recent World Series championship to show for it, but they've become one of baseball's model franchises. They've won six consecutive National League West titles and are a lock for their seventh, and they've also captured the last two NL pennants.
• Dodgers' re-ranked Top
Are you kidding? Kershaw praises rookie heroics
Smith's first grand slam extends magical run for Dodgers' youngsters
LOS ANGELES -- Go for it? Or keep the prospects?
After watching the latest heroics of rookie catcher Will Smith -- a grand slam in Thursday night’s 8-2 win over the Padres -- winning pitcher Clayton Kershaw sees the possibility of having the best of both worlds.
“In a Major
Would LA part with top prospects at Deadline?
Ruiz, Lux, May and Smith could be part of package for bullpen help
The Dodgers’ farm system has been headlined this year by a Big Four group of prospects, as ranked by MLB Pipeline: catcher Keibert Ruiz, shortstop/second baseman Gavin Lux, right-hander Dustin May and catcher/third baseman Will Smith.
The industry thinks of the quartet together, especially when wondering if Dodgers president of