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January 30, 2012

Dodgers Top Eleven Prospects

by @ 6:37 pm. Filed under 2012 Dodgers

Kevin Goldstein released his list of the top eleven Dodgers prospects and it’s an interesting one.  First off, there’s no five star guys and only one four star prospect.  The good news is, you have a boat load of three star guys and while there’s not a lot of star talent, there’s plenty of guys who could pan out and play a supporting role on a good team.

Zach Lee is the top guy and he’ s the four star.  The problem with him, like a lot of other Dodgers prospects, is that they’re several years away.  Lee had a solid season at Low-A and he’ll be tested at High-A in 2012.  Still, it’ll be fun watching this first round draft pick and he moves up the ladder.

Nathan Eovaldi is one of the guys who’s closest to making his big league impact and he’s number two on the list.  He pitched for the Dodgers in 2011 and he had a nice showing at Double-A but he may be the odd man out with all of the arms the Dodgers signed in the offseason.

Another pitcher, Allen Webster, is third.  He’s probably a year away but he’s a good minor league season away from pitching for the Dodgers.  Left hander Chris Reed and righthander Garrett Gould round out out the top five.

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