2014 Prospects

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2014 Dodgers Top Prospects

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Introduction & Eligibility Requirements


Top 50

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Rank Name Position
1 Corey Seager SS/3B
2 Joc Pederson CF
3 Zach Lee RHP
4 Julio Urias LHP
5 Alex Guerrero 2B/SS
6 Ross Stripling RHP
7 Chris Anderson RHP
8 Chris Reed LHP
9 Onelki Garcia LHP
10 Matt Magill RHP
11 Tom Windle LHP
12 Jose Dominguez RHP
13 Scott Schebler RF/LF
14 Jacob Scavuzzo OF
15 Alex Santana OF/3B
16 Yimi Garcia RHP
17 Cody Bellinger 1B
18 Duke Von Schamann RHP
19 Victor Gonzalez LHP
20 Zachary Bird RHP
21 Jesmuel Valentin SS/2B
22 Joey Curletta RF
23 Justin Chigbogu 1B
24 Noel Cuevas CF/LF
25 Darnell Sweeney 2B/SS
26 Scott Griggs RHP
27 Jharel Cotton RHP
28 Carlos Frias RHP
29 Michael Medina LF/RF
30 Lucas Tirado SS
31 O’Koyea Dickson 1B
32 Scott Barlow RHP
33 Victor Arano RHP
34 Jeremy Rathjen OF
35 Jonathan Martinez RHP
36 Cristian Gomez SS
37 Jon Garcia RF
38 Lindsey Caughel RHP
39 Bryan Munoz RHP
40 Andres Santiago RHP
41 Garrett Gould RHP
42 Spencer Navin C
43 Ralston Cash RHP
44 Brandon Trinkwon SS/2B
45 James Baldwin CF
46 Jarret Martin LHP
47 Pedro Baez RHP
48 J.D. Underwood RHP
49 Jairo Pacheco LHP
50 Pratt Maynard C


Scouting Reports

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No. 1-10
No. 11-20
No. 21-30
No. 31-40
No. 41-50

Chris Anderson – April
Tom Windle – May
Julio Urias – May
Corey Seager – July


Chad Moriyama

Down On The Farm



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Best Tools
Projected 2017 Lineup
Projected 2017 Pitching Staff
All-Name Team

Midseason Top 25

Players Of The Year
All-Prospect Team


System Grades

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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.

Depth: C+

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.

Overall: B-/B

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.