Teenage left-hander Julio Urias will be one of the 27
The program, which will be run by new farm director Gabe Kapler, is intended to help prepare the franchise's top prospects for life in the major leagues.
Urias, 18, could be pitching at Dodger Stadium in the near future. This spring, he will be the youngest player in the team’s major league
Urias, who is from Mexico, was the youngest player in the Class A California League last season. He pitched for Rancho Cucamonga, making 25 appearances, including 20 starts, and had a record of 2-2 with a 2.36 earned-run average.
Other top prospects attending the development program include Zach Lee,