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2016 Dodgers Top 100 Prospects: No. 100-76

Here is the first set of rankings in my Top 100 prospect series. There are some names people will recognize, but on the whole, there’s a ton of players many do not know. Previous entries in the series: Introduction It’s hard to be genuinely excited about guys in the back 25 of a Top 100 list,…

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2016 Dodgers Top 100 Prospects: Introduction

This is the introductory offering in my 11-part series about the Dodgers’ Top 100 prospects, ranked by yours truly. This is how things will break down: 100-76: Couple sentences with best tool, 2016 location and estimated time of arrival in the majors 75-51: Same as 100-76 50-41: At least a solid paragraph, with scouting grades, 2016 location…


The Dodgers Rank Highly In The 2016 Projections

You may have noticed that FanGraphs’ initial 2016 projections came out, and… whoa: Cubs, 95-67 Red Sox, 92-70 Dodgers, 90-72 The Dodgers, the third-best team in baseball! This should come along with about a million different caveats including “sequencing and dumb-ass luck matter,” and “the projections don’t really handle relievers very well,” and “just because…