It’s always easy to say the top prospects in a system are the most exciting, but I find myself really amped about this group of prospects. These names should be familiar to just about everyone, and some of them could see Los Angeles this season.
For the Top 30, I’ve included Overall Future Potential grades and risks. For example, if a guy gets a “50 low,” he’s basically...
Baseball America finished its postseason league Top 20 lists, and the Dodgers had ample and significant representation on every list. I’ll start from the bottom (Arizona Rookie League) and work my way up to Triple-A.
Arizona Rookie League
2. RHP Grant Holmes
Holmes checked in at No. 2 on the list, right behind Alex Jackson of the Mariners. For context, Jackson was the No. 6 overall...
Julio Urias tops the MILB news for the Dodgers, as the teenage pitcher will alternate between three-inning and five-inning limits for starts from now on, which basically confirms that the Dodgers would like to keep him around 100 for the year.
In other major news, Scott Elbert will begin his rehab at Rookie-ball for the Ogden Raptors, and I sure hope it goes better than Chad Billingsley‘s...
What’s the point of all the pre-season prospect coverage if you aren’t up to date on what they’re actually doing in the games, right?
Well that’s what this regular (semi-regular :o) Down On The Farm update will be for. And right off the bat, we got five days worth of stuff to get to.
Hitter Of The Day: Justin Chigbogu (A) is already stuck playing...
Justin Chigbogu figures to hit many home runs in a pitcher-friendly Midwest League. (By: Dustin Nosler)
The Dodgers’ Low-A and High-A affiliates announced their 2014 rosters on Monday. There were a few surprises on each squad, but nothing totally unexpected.
I did my best to project these rosters last week, and didn’t fare as well as I did last year. My Top 50 rankings are in...