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Dodgers’ prospects, as ranked by others

Spring training is well underway and that means prospect season — for the most part — is over. Here’s now Dodger prospects fared on the Top 100+ lists of the five most prominent publications. Dodgers’ prospects in Top 100+ lists Player Baseball America Baseball Prospectus ESPN (Keith Law) FanGraphs MLB.com Average Seager 5 7 5…

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Julio Urias, Chris Anderson among first camp cuts

The Dodgers on Saturday reassigned Chris Anderson, Ryan Buchter, Josh Ravin and Julio Urias to minor-league camp. The four were not on the 40-man roster and had almost not shot of making the club out of spring training. With minor-leaguers having just reported, they’ll join them on the back fields and play intrasquad games and…

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2015 Dodgers prospects: 2018 Pitching Staff

This is the penultimate piece in my 2015 Dodgers prospects series. I look at how I think the 2018 pitching staff could shape up. There are a few Dodger pitching prospects who could crack the 2018 pitching staff, but if there is a big hole that can be filled with a big signing (specifically in…

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Four Dodgers Make Keith Law’s Top 100 List

It’s prospect ranking season, and that’s good, because the Dodgers have some prospects. (Dustin’s organizational countdown will continue with 30-21, coming later this morning.) Among my favorite prospect writers is ESPN’s Keith Law, who put out his Top 100 prospects today. If you want to read the full writeups, you can pay for Insider. (I’m…

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Some intrigue among Dodgers’ 17 non-roster invitees

The Dodgers on Friday announced the 17 non-roster players they will invite to Major League camp during spring training. There are some familiar names, some big-time names and some that’ll make you say, “who?” To be clear, these players are on neither to 25- or 40-man rosters, hence the term “non-roster invitee.” That means guys…

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Be Happy Julio Urias Isn’t Randy Johnson

Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections came out for the Dodgers this week, and as always, they’re worth looking at. For my money, ZiPS and Steamer are the two best projection systems out there, and I’m only partially saying that because I work for FanGraphs and those are the two systems FG uses. It’s worth your time…