So far this winter, most of our prospect talk has surrounded pitching and catching, which always seems to make up the higher rankings of the Dodgers’ farm. However, with Corey Seager now out of the shortstop picture, some of the emphasis could switch to the middle infield spots, if things ever get rolling again roster-wise.
The ascension of infield prospect Michael Busch continues to gain momentum. Recently, the No. 4 rated prospect on the Los Angeles Dodgers farm was named as the fifth-best second base prospect in all of baseball by MLB Pipeline, seemingly bumping up his big-league arrival time even more.
Each year, there are at least one or two young prospects who emerge from the fringes of the minor leagues to make their respective big-league debuts for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
For those who are regular readers of this site, you’ll know that we spend a great deal of time dedicated to the minor league affiliates of the Dodgers, often spotlighting some of the best prospects throughout the entire system.
The Dodgers continued to add players to their 60-man player pool on Friday, increasing the current count to 58 players.