The Dodgers will have some of the most electric arms we’ve seen in some time coming up through the farm system over the next few years. One of those arms is Bobby Miller, the RHP drafted out of Louisville in 2020.
The Dodgers first-round pick has mostly kept a low profile since being taken 29th overall last Summer in the draft. He did make appearances at the team’s alternate location at the USC campus as he stayed in shape coming out of college.
This week, Miller made an unexpected appearance at Chavez Ravine. The Dodgers number 7 prospect posted a video of himself throwing a bullpen at the stadium, believed to have been at some point this week. As you can see, there’s reason to be excited about him.
The Dodgers and scouts around MLB have loved the way Miller is able to put so much life on his heater. At 95-96 mph, his four-seamer has the potential to be one of the best tools at Los Angeles’ minor league level in 2021. His pitch arsenal has him profiled to be a starter long-term, but ultimately it will be his control and stamina that will determine that.
Right now, the Dodgers feature 4 right-handed arms in their top 10 prospect rankings. Josiah Gray comes in ranked number 1 overall while Clayton Beeter and Mitch White round out the top pitching. Beeter was another draft pick from the 2020 season, going in the second round out of Texas Tech.
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