Here is a quick update as to how some of our prospects are doing in the winter leagues. To see all Dodger winter league stats, click here.
Dee Gordon has cooled off some since I last posted an update, but he is still batting .400 with a .943 OPS. He is now 6 for 11 in SB's, and has 6 errors in 15 games.
Alfredio Silverio is also hitting .400 in the Dominican Winter League, although he his sample size is much smaller (6 hits in 15 at bats). In addition, all of his hits have been singles thus far.
Rafael Ynoa has started playing in the Dominican Winter League since my last post, and has 2 hits in 5 at bats.
Brian Cavazos-Galvez and Jonathan Garcia are still playing winter ball, but both have barely seen the field and have 9 at bats between them.
Ivan De Jesus continues to put up strong stats in the AFL, including a 5 for 5 game on Nov. 4th. He s hitting .349 with 1 homer and a .922 OPS in 63 at bats.
Trayvon Robinson is hitting .182 in his last 10 games, and has a .250 overall average. He is 6 for 7 in stolen bases though.
Jerry Sands has also hit a cold streak in the AFL, batting .222 in his last 10 games. However, his season OBP is .404, and he has walked as much as he has struck out (15 times each).
Steven Ames has left the AFL due to an apparent injury.
After a rough start, Justin Miller has not allowed an earned run in his last 4.2 innings.
Javy Guerra continues to be wild, but has managed to keep his ERA at 1.80 for the 10 innings he has pitched
Geison Aguasviva is now playing in the Dominican Winter League, and allowed 2 runs in his only appearance thus far.
Javier Solano has a 4.26 ERA through 6.1 innings in the Mexican Winter League, and has picked up just 3 strikeouts.
Finally, Ronald Belisario isn't a prospect, but it should be noted that he has thrown 7.1 scoreless innings in the Venezuelan Winter League. He has also picked up 6 saves, and has a 7 to 1 strikeout to walk ratio.