Dodgers Prospect Watch: Niko Hulsizer Rising Quickly

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The first time we took a look at Dodgers‘ outfield prospect Niko Hulsizer last winter, he had just completed his first year in the organization at Ogden in the Pioneer League, where he hit a respectable .281/.426/.531 with nine home runs, 13 doubles and 32 RBI over 160 AB. However, when considering his high school and college pedigree, we knew that he would continue to emerge through the 2019 season, especially in the area of the power department.

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Dodgers Prospects: A Conversation with Righty Pitcher Braydon Fisher

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With the 2019 MLB draft now less than two weeks away, one can’t help but look back to last year’s event and recall the trio of pitchers the Dodgers selected over the first several rounds.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Estevez, Martin Earn Top Texas League Awards

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The big league Dodgers aren’t the only squad in the organization that has been experiencing recent success.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: A Closer Look at Cristian Santana

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As strong and as deep as the Dodgers‘ farm system is considered, there are a few spots that may be little light on talent. The middle infield sticks out the most, but the system also lacks a solid third baseman who has both a capable bat and an impressive glove. Sure, there are guys like Edwin Rios and Matt Beaty, but the absence of outstanding defensive ability may be the biggest factor in keeping players like these from thriving at the big league level.

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Dodgers Promote Josh Sborz to Majors

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The Dodgers on Sunday morning recalled right-handed pitcher Josh Sborz from Triple-A Oklahoma City after optioning righty swing man Dennis Santana back to OKC.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Tony Gonsolin Continues to Shine

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Without fail, there are at least a couple prospects every spring making a case for their inclusion on the big league roster. Spring camp is the one time of the year these youngsters have a chance to compete against veteran players at the highest level, despite many of the vets taking the field to polish up mechanics or fix a small tweak here and there.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Gavin Lux Continues to Adjust

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Even though he has recently climbed into the Dodgers’ Top 5 prospect rankings, there’s still plenty of improvement needed for 21-year-old Gavin Lux to succeed—on both sides of the ball.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: DJ Peters Continues to Impress

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For those who follow Cactus League play religiously, you’ll know there’s always at least one or two Dodgers prospects who rise to the occasion, causing management to raise their collective brow and wonder if a certain youngster is ready for the big stage.

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Jeren Kendall Aims to Improve Swing Mechanics

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Along with our recent flurry of stories surrounding many of the prospects on the Dodgers‘ farm came plenty of conversations from several of our regular readers.

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