Donald Scott Peters
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 6", Weight 225 lb.
DJ was born in 1995 in Glendora, CA, less than 30 miles from Dodger Stadium. He attended Glendora High School, also known as the high school of Ed Kirkpatrick, Aaron Rowand, Brian Cooper, Adam Plutko and Ed Pierce. His college was Western Nevada College, previously attended by Mason Tobin.
DJ started out in the rookie league with the Ogden Raptors, drawing attention with his .351 batting average and .615 SLG. Moved up to A+ ball, he hit 27 home runs for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes as his average dropped to .276. He won Player of the Year honors. In 2018 he increased the home run total to 29 at Tulsa as the batting average dropped to .236. He remained with Tulsa in 2019 for 68 games, hitting 11 home runs with a .241 batting average before being elevated to AAA where he hit 12 home runs with a .260 average in 57 games.
Defensively, Peters plays primarily center field.
In 2020, he was added to the Dodgers 40-man roster. The Dodgers have been concerned about needing more right-handed bats, and DJ bats that way. Although part of the roster, he did not appear in a game with the 2020 Dodgers during the regular season.