Ryan Anthony Noda...went to high school at Grant Community in his hometown of Fox Lake, IL...Named All-Conference, All-Area and All-State in 2014.....attended the University of Cincinnati and kept an .800 OPS while recording 22 home runs and 96 RBI in 167 games...missed only one game over three seasons.
Spent the entire season at Oklahoma City and hit .259 with 25 home runs, 90 RBI, 20 stolen bases and an .869 OPS in 135 games in his Triple-A debut....Led the Pacific Coast League in walks (92) and strikeouts (162), tied for the lead in games played, ranked third in on-base percentage (.395), fourth in RBI and hit by pitches (15), seventh in OPS, tied for seventh in home runs and at bats (464), ninth in runs scored (86) and 10th in total bases (220)....Was one of five players in the PCL with at least 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases…it was his third season with 20 or more home runs and he reached double figures in steals for the third time....Had career highs in runs (86), hits (120), RBI, stolen bases, hit by pitches (15), games, at bats (464) and strikeouts (162)....Ranked second in the Dodgers farm system in walks and fifth in RBI and stolen bases and was named an Organizational All-Star by MiLB.com....Hit .263 (91-for-346) with an .872 OPS against right-handed pitchers, .246 (29-for-118) with an .861 OPS against left-handers....Batted .293 with 15 of his 25 home runs with runners on base, .227 with the bases empty…was 3-for-9 (.333) with a home run and 12 RBI with the bases loaded....Went 22-for-35 (.629) with five home runs and 15 RBI when putting a 1-0 pitch in play....Started 104 games at first base, 16 in left field, 10 at designated hitter and five in right field…led PCL first baseman in games, total chances (802), putouts (760), assists (37) and double plays (75) and tied for second in most errors (5)…had a .994 fielding percentage as a first baseman…also made one error as a left fielder....Batted .306 as the DH....Hit in every spot in the order except first, eighth and ninth…batted fifth 49 times and sixth 41 times..DAY-BY-DAY: Went 1-for-7 over his first two games but then had a season-best 10-game hitting streak from April 7 to 19…went 17-for-37 (.459) with 11 runs, three doubles, four home runs, 12 RBI, seven walks and six multiple hit games during the streak…had his fifth career two-homer game April 10 against Albuquerque…also homered twice on June 24 vs. Round Rock and July 6 against Las Vegas…went 8-for-57 (.140) over a 17-game stretch from April 20 to May 10…had one home run over that span and it was a grand slam in the second game of a May 5 doubleheader against Albuquerque…batted .319 with nine walks (.439 on-base per-centage) over a 14-game span from May 12 to 31…capped that stretch with his second career four-hit game May 31 at Round Rock (also April 18, 2019 vs. Lakeland)…hit .295 with 11 home runs and 34 RBI over a 38-game stretch from June 24 to Aug. 10…went 3-for-4 with a triple, two home runs and a career-high seven RBI July 6 against Las Vegas…his double on July 27 against Sugar Land was his 100th as a minor leaguer…went 0-for-5 with a season-high four strikeouts Aug. 2 at Sugar Land…reached base safely in 17 consecutive games from Aug. 9 to 27…went 16-for-52 (.308) during the streak but had 18 walks and was hit by a pitch five times for a .520 on-base percentage…had his first of three two-steal games Aug. 14 against Round Rock (also Aug. 19 at Sugar Land and Sept. 14 at Albuquerque)…was hit by a pitch in three consecutive games from Aug. 19-20 at Sugar Land…homered four times over a five-game stretch from Sept. 15-20…then went 4-for-22 (.182) with eight walks and three hit by pitches (.429 on-base percentage) over his final eight games.
Was invited to Spring Training with the Blue Jays as a non-roster invitee to start the year before getting traded to the Dodgers on Feb. 23... Spent 113 games with Double-A Tulsa, slashing .250/.383/.521 with a .904 OPS…hit 15 doubles, 29 home runs (career-high), and 78 RBI... The lefty fielded a .977 fielding percentage, spending 47 games at first base, 44 games in left field and two games in right field…made just six errors over 113 games... Was great on both side of the ball, hitting .213 (20-for-94) against lefties and .262 (76-for-290) against righties…similarly hit evenly against starters and relievers, totaling .237 (45-for-190) and .263 (51-for-194) respectively... Had an eight-game hitting streak from Sept. 10–Sept. 18, going 15-for-34 with three home runs 11 RBI Continues to be dependable in bases-loaded situations, averaging .300 (3-for-10) and averaging .262 (28-for-107) with runners in scoring position…totaled five RBI in two different games, both against Northwest Arkansas on July 25 and August 17, going 5-for-8 with three runs and two homers during the contests…notched two multi-homer games, occurring on May 18 vs. Wichita and May 26 at Arkansas, just eight days apart…totaled five or more bases in 17 of his games, tallying eight on both May 18 vs. Wichita and on May 26 at Arkansas.
Did not participate in the 2020 season after the minor league season was cancelled.
Spent his 2019 campaign with Advanced-A Dunedin and kept a .790 OPS while playing 49 games at first base, 30 games in left field and 23 games in right...Named a Florida State League Post-Season All-Star.