Dodgers Prospect Watch: Wilmer Font, Henry Ramos, Matt Beaty & More

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(Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Davis)

With all the emphasis on the non-waiver trade deadline recently, it’s been a few weeks since we’ve checked in on any of the happenings within the Dodgers farm system. Triple-A Oklahoma City is holding steady in second place in the PCL American Northern division, while Double-A Tulsa is clawing away at a potential playoff appearance in the Texas League. High-A Rancho Cucamonga continues to lead the way in the Cal League South, appearing to be destined for a postseason run fueled by several powerful bats. And there have been more than a handful of individual performances lately that are certainly worth mentioning.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: DJ Peters Conducting Slugging Clinic in Cal League

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While lefty Alex Wood was busy providing the Dodgers with yet another stellar starting pitching performance at the big league level on Wednesday evening, outfield prospect DJ Peters continued his recent domination with the lumber in the California League.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Broussard, Somsen, Rios, Peters & More

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While many fans of the Dodgers have recently been mulling over the numerous roster transactions and watching the Boys in Blue hover around the .500 mark, it’s been business as usual down on the farm, where a handful of blue chippers are on the rise across several different levels of the organization.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: DJ Peters Rising Quickly

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If there’s one area of player development that president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman and the management team of the Dodgers have mastered during their tenures in Los Angeles, it’s giving an inflated number of organizational prospects the opportunity to perform on the highest stage of the game. In doing so, it appears as if the crew has created a “fast track” of sorts to the big leagues, especially for the younger players who stand out amongst their peers in terms of skills and baseball savvy.

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