Keibert Ruiz Los Angeles Dodgers

Age: 23 (July 20, 1998) | 1634' 2" | 19610lbs. | Bats: Both C-2 PH-1
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
LAD A 2017 38 149 24 47 7 23 7 1 6 27 0 0 .315 .344 .497 4 14 .333 n/a
LAD A 2017 63 227 34 72 18 30 16 1 2 24 0 0 .317 .372 .423 7 12 .355 n/a
LAD AAA 2018 101 377 44 101 26 33 14 0 12 47 0 1 .268 .328 .401 6 8 .266 n/a
LAD AA 2019 76 276 33 70 28 21 9 0 4 25 0 0 .254 .329 .330 9 7 .261 n/a
LAD AAA 2019 9 38 6 12 2 1 0 0 2 9 0 0 .316 .350 .474 5 3 .286 n/a
LAD NL 2019 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0 0.00 n/a 0 0
LAD NL 2020 2 8 1 2 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 .250 .250 .625 0 38 .250 20/20/60 1 1
WAS NL 2021 12 42 3 10 2 3 2 0 0 5 0 0 .238 .289 .286 4 7 .256 33/21/46 0 0
LAD NL 2021 6 7 1 1 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 .143 .143 .571 0 71 0.00 50/0/50 0 0
Career 3yrs 20 57 5 13 2 11 2 0 2 7 0 0 .228 .267 .368 3 18 .250 n/a
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Starting the day, BA ranked 35 prospects who were traded. At the end...

In total, 63 prospects were traded, including three Top 100 Prospects in Keibert Ruiz, Austin Martin and Josiah Gray, as well as three others (Joe Ryan, Simeon Woods Richardson and Pete Crow-Armstrong) who have spent time in our Top 100.

Below, find our ranking of every prospect that has switched organizations. You can also find detailed scouting reports for many of the names further down, and we'll continue to add to it with more information as we obtain it.

RankPlayerPosOld TeamNew Team
1Keibert RuizCDodgersNationals
2Austin MartinSS/OFBlue JaysTwins
3Josiah GrayRHPDodgersNationals
4Joe RyanRHPRaysTwins
5Simeon Woods RichardsonRHPBlue JaysTwins
6Pete Crow ArmstrongOFMetsCubs
7Ezequiel DuranSSYankeesRangers
8Josh SmithSSYankeesRangers
9Tucupita MarcanoIFPadresPirates
10Drew StrotmanRHPRaysTwins
11Hans CrouseRHPRangersPhillies
12Austin Shenton3BMarinersRays
13Greg DeichmannOFAthleticsCubs
14Carter BinsCMarinersPirates
15Alexander CanarioOFGiantsCubs
16Gerardo CarrilloRHPDodgersNationals
17Alexander VizcainoRHPYankeesCubs
18Kevin AlcantaraOFYankeesCubs
19Glenn OttoRHPYankeesRangers
20Caleb KilianRHPGiantsCubs
21Noah DavisRHPRedsRockies
22Mason ThompsonRHPPadresNationals
23Reese OlsonRHPBrewersTigers
24Jack SuwinskiOFPadresPirates
25Trevor Hauver2B/OFYankeesRangers
26Donovan CaseyOFDodgersNationals
27Peyton BattenfieldRHPRaysIndians
28Daniel PalenciaRHPAthleticsCubs
29Aldo RamirezRHPRed SoxNationals
30Riley AdamsCBlue JaysNationals
31Ricky DeVitoRHPBravesPirates
32Payton HenryCBrewersMarlins
33Drew MillasCA'sNationals
34Alberto Ciprian3BBrewersD-Backs
35Diego Castillo2B/SSYankeesPirates
36Calvin FaucherRHPTwinsRays
37Konnor PilkingtonLHPWhite SoxIndians
38Janson JunkRHPYankeesAngels
39Bailey HornLHPWhite SoxCubs
40Elvis PegueroRHPYankeesAngels
41Bryan De La CruzOFAstrosMarlins
42Jose MarteRHPGiantsAngels
43Anderson EspinozaRHPPadresCubs
44Richard GuaschRHPA'sNationals
45Bryce Ball1BBravesCubs
46Abrahan GutierrezCPhilliesPirates
47Alex JacksonCBravesMarlins
48Kasey KalichRHPBravesRoyals
49Yainier DiazCIndiansAstros
50Evan SiskLHPCardinalsTwins
51Braeden OgleLHPPiratesPhillies
52Alex ScherffRHPRed SoxTwins
53Hoy ParkSSYankeesPirates
54Kevin GowdyRHPPhilliesRangers
55Michell MilianoRHPPadresPirates
56Joaquin TejadaRHPMarinersPirates
57Ivan ArmstrongRHPGiantsAngels
58Cooper HummelOF/CBrewersD-Backs
59Seth ShumanRHPA'sNationals
60Case WilliamsRHPRedsRockies
61Josh GessnerRHPPhilliesRangers
62Jordy BarleyOFPadresNationals
63Matthew DyerCMetsRays
Alex Patton Alex
Jul 31

notice how few interleague trades so far brought prospects in the AL. Course a few pretty good regulars have made the journey. 

David Molyneaux NeauxBrainers ()
Jul 30

by BA Staff on July 30, 2021

Below, we rank every prospect traded so far at the deadline, and also include scouting reports and links to analysis of various moves. We're using the Cubs-Braves Joc Pederson/Bryce Ball trade in mid-July as the starting point for all deadline deals, and the scouting reports are based off conversations with scouts, front office executives and extensive reporting for our midseason Top 30 Prospects updates.

Two Top 100 prospects have been dealt, with Keibert Ruiz and Josiah Gray heading to Washington in the Max Scherzer/Trea Turner deal.

Here is the raw list. Scroll below to see full scouting reports.

RankPlayerPosOld TeamNew Team
1Keibert RuizCDodgersNationals
2Josiah GrayRHPDodgersNationals
3Joe RyanRHPRaysTwins
4Ezequiel DuranSSYankeesRangers
5Josh SmithSSYankeesRangers
6Tucupita MarcanoIFPadresPirates
7Drew StrotmanRHPRaysTwins
8Austin Shenton3BMarinersRays
9Greg DeichmannOFAthleticsCubs
10Carter BinsCMarinersPirates
11Gerardo CarrilloRHPDodgersNationals
12Alexander VizcainoRHPYankeesCubs
13Kevin AlcantaraOFYankeesCubs
14Glenn OttoRHPYankeesRangers
15Mason ThompsonRHPPadresNationals
16Jack SuwinskiOFPadresPirates
17Trevor Hauver2B/OFYankeesRangers
18Donovan CaseyOFDodgersNationals
19Daniel PalenciaRHPAthleticsCubs
20Aldo RamirezRHPRed SoxNationals
21Riley AdamsCBlue JaysNationals
22Alberto Ciprian3BBrewersD-Backs
23Noah DavisRHPRedsRockies
24Diego Castillo2B/SSYankeesPirates
25Calvin FaucherRHPTwinsRays
26Konnor PilkingtonLHPWhite SoxIndians
27Bailey HornLHPWhite SoxCubs
28Bryan De La CruzOFAstrosMarlins
29Bryce Ball1BBravesCubs
30Hoy ParkSSYankeesPirates
31Case WilliamsRHPRedsRockies
32Michell MilianoRHPPadresPirates
33Joaquin TejadaRHPMarinersPirates
34Cooper HummelOF/CBrewersD-Backs
35Matthew DyerCMetsRays
Alex Patton Alex
Jul 30

Keibert Ruiz, Triple-A Oklahoma City (Dodgers)—Ruiz turned in his fourth multi-hit game this month and extended his hit streak to five games in a 3-for-5 day. The Dodgers' top prospect finished a triple shy of the cycle, boosting his slash line to .294/.369/.589 with 13 home runs and 37 RBIs.

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 21

Keibert Ruiz, Triple-A Oklahoma City (Dodgers)—Ruiz has shuttled between the majors and Triple-A this season, but that certainly hasn't hurt his production. On Thursday against El Paso, he hit his 12th Triple-A homer of the season, collected four hits and drove in two. Through 37 games he's matched his career high in home runs, a mark he previously set in 101 games at Double-A Tulsa in 2018. Ruiz is hitting .301/.384/.636 with 30 RBIs and more walks (20) than strikeouts (18).

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 9

Keibert Ruiz, Triple-A Oklahoma City (Dodgers) — The Dodgers' top prospect showed off in a big way on Thursday in his team's comeback win over Salt Lake. Ruiz opened the game with a home run, then added a grand slam in Oklahoma City's 10-run sixth inning. The slam helped OKC erase a five-run deficit and marked his third multi-homer game of the season.

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 2
Fangraphs: EV 87.5 HardHit 20% HR/FB 33% LD%+ 92 Pull 40% Cent 40% Oppo 20%
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