Cody Bellinger

Position: OF
Born: 07/13/95
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 180
B/T: L/L
Acquired: Drafted in the fourth round of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft (LAD).

Most Recent Stats at Time of Debut
2016 Season Stats: Hit a combined .271 between Tulsa (Double-A) and Oklahoma City (Triple-A) with 26 home runs, 71 RBIs and eight stolen bases along with 17 doubles for a .507 SLG. In 18 games at Oklahoma City in 2017, he was hitting .343 with five home runs, 15 RBIs and seven stolen bases for a .420 OBA and .627 SLG.

Info & MLB Debut Date
Contract purchased from Oklahoma City April 25 when OF Brett Eibner was sent down and RHP Joe Gunkel was designated for assignment.
MLB Debut Date: 04/25/17

Debut Details
April 25, in a 2-1 win over the Giants. The starting left fielder, he batted eighth and went 1-for-3 with a walk. In the top of the third he led off the inning with a popout to shortstop. In the fifth, he lined out to right field. In the seventh, with two runners on and one out he drew an intentional walk from right-handed reliever George Kontos after a wild pitch moved the runners to second and third. In the ninth, with one out, he got his first hit, an infield single to third base off of right-handed reliever Neil Ramirez.

Player Notes
You could hear the cheers all the way from Los Angeles when the Dodgers called up perhaps their most vaunted prospect. Drafted out of Hamilton High School in Chandler, Arizona, in 2013, the 21-year-old Bellinger led the organization in walks in 2016 with 60 and was a Double-A All-Star for his play at Tulsa, where he ranked as Baseball America's No. 2 prospect in the Texas League that summer. Coming into 2017, the publication ranked him the Dodgers' best power hitter and best defensive infielder, though he's likely to see more time in the outfield for now. After finishing ninth in batting in the Arizona Fall League in 2016 with a .314 average, the son of former MLB infielder Clay Bellinger is an experienced, mature player who is a student of the game and makes adjustments quickly as needed. The power came on when he was in the California League for his first full season in 2015, when he hit .264 with 30 home runs, 103 RBIs and 33 doubles, and has stuck around as he has advanced.