Top prospects Joc Pederson and Zach Lee will be in the Dodgers' major league spring training camp for the first time, the team announced Tuesday.
The list of non-roster players who will be in camp will include catcher Miguel Olivo, a 12-year major league veteran who signed a minor league contract. Olivo, 35, batted .203 with four home runs and nine runs batted in in 33 games last season with the Miami Marlins. He figures to add depth behind starter A.J. Ellis and projected backup Tim Federowicz.
Pederson, an outfielder, and Lee, a right-handed starting pitcher, are considered the Dodgers' top prospects at their respective positions.
Other notable prospects who will be in major league camp include infielder Miguel Rojas, left-hander Chris Reed and right-hander Ross Stripling. The light-hitting Rojas batted only .233 at double-A Chattanooga last season, but has been mentioned as a potential starter at second base if Cuban defector Alexander Guerrero isn't ready.