LOS ANGELES -- The 2015 Arizona Fall League rosters were announced on Tuesday, and a quartet of Dodgers minor leaguers were among the contingent who will play for the Glendale Desert Dogs. Dodgers position players included on the roster are catcher Kyle Farmer, infielders Brandon Dixon and Brandon Trinkwon, and outfielder Jacob Scavuzzo.
The Dodgers will also add four pitchers to the Glendale roster, though they have not yet been announced.
The Arizona Fall League begins play on Oct. 13, and the Desert Dogs will be managed by Class-A Rancho Cucamonga manager Bill Haselman.
Farmer, who turned 25 in August, is hitting .300/.349/.441 this season across Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Tulsa, including .276/.318/.394 with 25 doubles in 69 games for the Drillers. He played in the MLB Futures Game in Cincinnati in July.
Dixon, 23, hit .260/.300/.440 combined the Quakes and Drillers, with 18 ho me runs and 22 doubles in 121 games. He played 89 games at second base, 29 more in the outfield and even saw time to play four games at third base.
Trinkwon, 23, like Farmer and Dixon played with both Rancho Cucamonga and Tulsa in 2015, hitting a combined .281/.369/.370 with 61 walks in 121 games. Trinkwon. After playing shortstop in most of his frist two professional seasons, Trinkwon has played third base and second base in 2015.
Trinkwon is technically a "taxi squad" player, meaning he is only active for games on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Scavuzzo, 21, struggled as a repeater with Class-A Great Lakes in the Midwest League, hitting .263/.292/.427 in 58 games with the Loons. But since his promotion to the offensively friendly California League, the outfielder has thrived, hitting .305/.362/.557 with 12 home runs and 15 doubles in 56 games with Rancho Cucamonga.
Scavuzzo was drafted in the 21st round in 2012. The other three were drafted in 2013, with Dixon in the third round, Trinkwon in the seventh and Farmer in the eighth round.