Dodgers minor leaguers: where will they begin the 2017 season?

Josh Fields

Pitcher Josh Fields will report to Triple-A Oklahoma City to begin the season. (Hans Gutknecht/Staff photographer)

The season-opening rosters for the Dodgers’ minor league affiliate teams were posted today.

Here are the players who will report to the full-season affiliates:

Triple-A Oklahoma City

Pitchers (12)                               Position players (13)
Justin Masterson                         Jack Murphy
Jair Jurrjens                                 Bobby Wilson
Trevor Oaks                                 Brant Whiting
Wilmer Font                                  Cody Bellinger
Fabio Castillo                                Willie Calhoun
Josh Fields                                   Rob Segedin
Adam Liberatore                           Charlie Culberson
Brandon Morrow                           Darnell Sweeney
Patrick Schuster                          Drew Maggi
Madison Younginer                       O’Koyea Dickson
Steve Geltz                                  Brett Eibner
Jacob Rhame                              Tyler HoltAlex Verdugo

Double-A Tulsa

Pitchers (13)                               Position players (12)
Isaac Anderson                           Paul Hoenecke
Scott Barlow                                Wynston Sawyer
Tim Shibuya                                 Kyle Farmer
Colt Hynes                                   Matt Beaty
Ivan Vieitez                                  Tim Locastro
Ralston Cash                               Mike Ahmed
Yaisel Sierra                                 Edwin Rios
Joe Broussard                             Jose Miguel Fernandez
Edward Paredes                          Johan Mieses
Layne Somsen                             Kyle Garlick
Corey Copping                             Stetson Allie
Michael Johnson                          Jacob Scavuzzo
Karch Kowalcyzk


High-A Rancho Cucamonga

Pitchers (13)                               Position players (12)
Mitchell White                               Will Smith
Walker Buehler                            Garrett Kennedy
Dennis Santana                           Ibandel Isabel
Caleb Ferguson                           Omar Estevez
Dean Kremer                               Brandon Montgomery
Kevin Brown                                Erick Mejia
Shea Spitzbarth                           Drew Jackson
Andrew Istler                               D.J. Peters
Wes Helsabeck                          Luke Raley
Adam Bray                                  Ariel Sandoval
Gavin Pittore                              Yusniel Diaz
Alex Hermeling                           Logan Landon
Chris Powell

Low-A Great Lakes

Pitchers (14)                               Position players (12)
Jordan Sheffield                           Keibert Ruiz
Imani Abdullah                             Steve Berman
Dustin May                                   Luis Paz
Devin Smeltzer                            Brendon Davis
Leonardo Crawford                      Zach McKinstry
A.J. Alexy                                    Gersel Pitre
Willian Soto                                  Oneil Cruz
Sven Schuller                              Saige Jenco
Tony Gonsolin                              Darien Tubbs
Christian Stolo                             Cody Thomas
Nolan Long                                   Carlos Rincon
Vinny Santarsiero                         Gage Green
Jose Santos
Parker Curry

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J.P. Hoornstra covers the Dodgers, Angels and Major League Baseball for the Orange County Register, Los Angeles Daily News, Long Beach Press-Telegram, Torrance Daily Breeze, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News, San Bernardino Sun, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Whittier Daily News and Redlands Daily Facts. Before taking the beat in 2012, J.P. covered the NHL for four years. UCLA gave him a degree once upon a time; when he graduated on schedule, he missed getting Arnold Schwarzenegger's autograph on his diploma by five months.