Dodgers Announce Non-Roster Invitees for Spring Training 2020

On Thursday the Los Angeles Dodgers announced a list of 21 players that will join the team as non-roster invitees at Camelback Ranch this spring training.

The list includes 9 pitchers, 3 catchers, 5 infielders, and 4 outfielders.

Among the invitees are top-10 LA prospects Josiah Gray and Jeter Downs. Additionally, 4 of the players have prior Major League experience — Rocky Gale (LA Dodgers), Connor Joe (SF), Reymin Guduan (HOU), and Edubray Ramos (PHI).

The 21 invites bring the total number of players scheduled to join the Dodgers at the start of camp up to 61.

Cactus League play begins for Los Angeles on Saturday, February 22 in Glendale, Arizona.

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Official Press Release

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced their 2020 non-roster invitees to Major League Spring Training, including nine pitchers, three catchers, five infielders and four outfielders for a total of 21 players.  

The group of 21 non-roster invitees to Major League camp will be right-handed pitchers Brett de Geus, Josiah Gray, Marshall Kasowski, Zach McAllister, Edubray Ramos, Jordan Sheffield and Edwin Uceta, left-handed pitchers Reymin Guduan, and Kyle Lobstein, catchers Rocky Gale, Jose Lobaton and Connor Wong, infielders Jacob Amaya, Jeter Downs, Omar Estevez, Connor Joe and Cristian Santana, and outfielders Anthony Garcia, Jeren Kendall, Zach Reks and Cody Thomas.

With the 21 non-roster invitees scheduled to attend Major League camp, the Spring Training total is at 61 players (30 pitchers, 31 position players), including all 40 players on the Dodgers 40-man roster. The first official Spring Training workout for pitchers and catchers is February 14, while the first full squad workout is February 18.

Clint Pasillas

Clint is the lead editor and manager of, and a host and analyst on DN's Blue Heaven podcast live stream. He's been writing, blogging, and podcasting Dodgers since about 2008. He was there for Nomar, Greg Maddux, and Blake DeWitt, and he'll be there for Walker Buehler, Alex Verdugo, Dustin May, and any Dodgers of the future. He's also a sandwich enthusiast, a consummate athlete, and a friend.

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  1. What does anyone out there know about Zach Reks? Over AA and AAA last year, he had 28 HR and 93 RBI while batting .291 but I never hear his name mentioned as a top prospect or possible trade material. His minor league stats are comparable to Rios, Will Smith, and Garlick. What gives?

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