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Arizona League Dodgers

Arizona League Dodgers
Founded in 1983
Phoenix, Arizona
Cap insignia
Current Rookie
Minor league affiliations
League Arizona League (2009–present)
Division Central
Gulf Coast League (1983–2008)
Major league affiliations
Current Los Angeles Dodgers
Minor league titles
League titles (4)
  • 1983
  • 1986
  • 1987
  • 1990
Division titles (8)
  • 1983
  • 1986
  • 1987
  • 1989
  • 1990
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2006
Team data
Nickname Arizona League Dodgers (2009–present)
Gulf Coast League Dodgers (1983–2008)
Ballpark Camelback Ranch (2009–present)
Holman Stadium (1966–2008)
Los Angeles Dodgers
Manager Jack McDowell

The Arizona League Dodgers are the Rookie Level minor league affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. They were formerly known as the Gulf Coast Dodgers and played in Vero Beach, Florida, at Dodgertown (specifically on the historic Field One). Dodgertown includes Holman Stadium, which is also the former spring training home to the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers. The team was composed mainly of players who were in their first year of professional baseball either as draftees or non-drafted free agents.

The GCL Dodgers originally played from 1983–1992 and folded, but were reactivated by the franchise in 2001. In 2009, the Dodgers' announced that the team would move to the Arizona League and assume its new name. The team plays its home games at Camelback Ranch, the Dodgers' spring training facility.

Season by season

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
GCL Dodgers (1983–1992)
1983 37–23 2nd Gary LaRocque League Champs
1984 34–29 4th Jose Alvarez
1985 28–33 6th Jose Alvarez
1986 33–28 2nd Jose Alvarez League Champs
1987 43–20 1st Jose Alvarez League Champs
1988 43–20 2nd Jose Alvarez
1989 40–23 2nd (t) Jerry Royster Lost League Finals
1990 38–25 2nd Iván DeJesús League Champs
1991 29–31 10th Iván DeJesús
1992 32–27 5th John Shoemaker
GCL Dodgers (2001–2008)
2001 41–19 1st Juan Bustabad Lost League Finals
2002 33–27 5th Luis Salazar Lost League Finals
2003 29–31 6th Luis Salazar
2004 31–29 6th (t) Luis Salazar
2005 25–29 7th Luis Salazar
2006 32–22 4th Juan Bustabad Lost League Finals
2007 40–15 1st Juan Bustabad Lost League Finals
2008 30–26 3rd Jeff Carter
AZL Dodgers (2009–present)
2009 24–32 4th Jeff Carter
2010 30–25 3rd Lorenzo Bundy
2011 34-22 1st Jody Reed League Champs
2012 34-21 3rd Matt Martin
2013 34-22 2nd P.J. Forbes

Current roster

See also



External links

  • Official AZL Dodgers Website
  • Team Stats
  • Official AZL Website

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