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2014 Dodgers Top Prospects
Impact Potential: A-
The system is led by three legitimate Top 50 prospects in Joc Pederson, Corey Seager, and Julio Urias. They’re backed up by Chris Anderson, Alex Guerrero, Zach Lee, and Ross Stripling.
As usual, the Dodgers are deep at right-handed pitcher and outfield. However, the lack of quality depth at third base and catcher is disturbing. Seager will eventually make the move, but he’s still a shortstop — a position that’s a little deeper than expected, but those prospects come mostly from the lower minors.
The Dodgers’ farm system continues to improve, despite graduations, and is more top-heavy than it has been in awhile. The system still isn’t what it was in the mid-2000s, but there’s some really, really good talent here.