Dodger prospects Joc Pederson and Zach Lee both cracked the Top 5 of Baseball America's California League Top 20 list, published today.
Pederson checked in at No. 3 while Lee was No. 5 on the list.
Pederson's amazing second half helped to catapult him near the top of this list. Overall, he finished the season with a .313/.396/.516 triple slash with 18 home runs, 70 RBI, 96 runs and 26 stolen bases.
What made Pederson's performance that much more impressive is the fact he's only 20 years old and is roughly two years younger than league-average.
Pederson was also named the Dodgers' Minor League Player of the Year. I bestowed the same honor upon him on this site last month.
Lee was the highest-rated pitcher on this list and there were just six pitchers in the Top 20. That's not surprising considering the Cal League is a notorious hitter's haven.
Before his promotion to Chattanooga Lee, also 20 for most of the season (turned 21 Sept. 13), had some really good peripherals wit...