Dodgers Prospect Watch: A Closer Look at Rancho’s Marshall Kasowski


With all the attention that’s been placed upon the Dodgers‘ big league pitching staff during the first-half of the season, the conversations surrounding both the bullpen and starting rotation have been endless. Many folks familiar with the team sometimes scan the rosters of the minor league affiliates daily in search of an emerging arm which could potentially contribute at the major league level.

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Dodgers 25-Man Roster: The Time Could Be Now for Joe Broussard

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Tossing around a few ideas for Sunday’s column, my initial plan was to take a crack at optimizing the Dodgers‘ current bullpen crew, at least from a standpoint of which pitchers are the most capable. However, the way the club’s 25-man roster personnel is being handled these days, it sometimes boils down to whomever has the freshest of arms, especially with regard to who’s on the current 40-man roster.

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Dodgers 2018 Draft: Highlights from Day 3

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The Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday evening announced their final 30 picks from the third day of the 2018 Draft.

The Dodgers made 40 overall picks in this year’s draft, selecting 19 pitchers (13 right-handers, six left-handers), 13 outfielders, five infielders and three catchers. Of the 21 drafted position players, 10 are right-handed hitters, 10 are left-handed hitters and one is a switch-hitter. Thirty-three were selected from the college ranks while seven were drafted out of high school.

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Dodgers 2018 Draft: Highlights from Day 2

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The Dodgers on Tuesday announced their eight selections from the second day of the 2018 Draft, picking Hofstra University left-handed pitcher John Rooney (third round), Clear Falls (TX) High School right-hander Braydon Fisher (fourth round), University of Louisville infielder Devin Mann (fifth round), University of New Orleans left-hander Bryan Warzek (sixth round), Sacramento State outfielder James Outman (seventh round), University of Kentucky second baseman Luke Heyer (eighth round), North Carolina State University outfielder Josh McLain (ninth round) and University of Florida infielder Deacon Liput (10th round).

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Dodgers Rumors: Caleb Ferguson Preparing for MLB Debut Against Pirates

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This season has seen quite the rash of injuries to the Dodgers‘ pitching staff. Rich Hill, Clayton Kershaw, Hyun-Jin Ryu and Kenta Maeda are all currently on the DL, leading to some of the Dodgers’ young arms being pressed into service sooner than they were anticipating. Walker Buehler has already made quite a few starts. Dennis Santana was brought up for his debut last weekend in Colorado. Now it appears that the next arm on his way is that of Caleb Ferguson.

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Dodgers Officially Recall Dennis Santana

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While many fans apparently had a hint that the move was coming, the Dodgers on Wednesday afternoon officially recalled right-handed pitcher Dennis Santana from Triple-A Oklahoma City after placing Kenta Maeda on the 10-day disabled list with a right hip strain.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Josh Sborz Gaining Ground as a Reliever

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With all the scrutiny that’s been following around the Los Angeles relief crew, there have been plenty of conversations regarding a number of prospects who could conceivably contribute to the Dodgers‘ big league bullpen at some point during the year. On occasion, we’ve offered up quite a few ideas ourselves, specifically converting a few live arms like Dennis Santana or Yadier Alvarez from starters to relievers. However, one recent convert, 24-year-old Josh Sborz, may be closer to the big league level than many think.

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Contemplating the Oklahoma City Dodgers’ Keys to Success

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Despite a recent series struggle against the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, the Oklahoma City Dodgers have been the gem of the PCL this season as they still control the American Northern division and lead the entire league with a 24-12 record.

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Dodgers 25-Man Roster: 5 Minor Leaguers Who Could Contribute in 2018

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There’s no question that the Dodgers‘ big league, 25-man roster is structured to handle a short-term absence from just about any player on the squad. The team has relief pitchers who can start, starters who can relieve, outfielders who can play the infield, and even a utility man who can handle the catching duties. However, if another type of unfortunate, long-term injury occurs at any point during the season, the club may find themselves forced to dip into the minor league depths for added cover.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Dennis Santana Rising Quickly

Dennis Santana
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For those of you who are regular readers of this site, you know that we spend a lot of time covering the Dodgers‘ minor league affiliates, especially the Double-A Tulsa Drillers. And for those of you who tuned in frequently over the winter months, you know that we gave a lot of air time time to 21-year-old righty pitching prospect, Dennis Santana.

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