Top pitching prospect Bobby Miller will make his MLB debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night against the Atlanta Braves

Miller, a 24-year-old right-handed pitcher, was the Dodgers' first-round pick from the University of Louisville in 2020

Dodgers News ranks Miller as baseball's 31st-best prospect, praising his strong pitching arsenal and successful development in the minors

In his last season in the upper minors, Miller displayed impressive stuff and improved usage, solidifying his readiness for the big leagues

Despite a 5.65 ERA in Triple-A this season, Miller's performance should be evaluated in the context of the hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League

The Dodgers' rotation has been impacted by injuries, with several pitchers on the injured list or recovering from various ailments

With the rotation in flux, Clayton Kershaw, Tony Gonsolin, Noah Syndergaard, and now Bobby Miller will step up to fill the void

Miller's call-up provides an opportunity for the Dodgers to assess his potential and contribute to the team's success

Prior to Miller's debut, right-hander Gavin Stone, who made his MLB debut in early May, will start on Monday