2. Los Angeles Dodgers
The Los Angeles Dodgers farm is loaded with potential impact performers on the big league level.
Joc Pederson, Corey Seager and Julio Arias are just three names who lead the flock of a very talented group for new boss Andrew Friedman.
- Corey Seager, 3B (5)
- Joc Pederson, OF (8)
- Julio Arias, LHP (10)
- Grant Holmes, RHP (74)
- Hector Olivera, 2B/3B
- Alex Verdugo, OF
- Jose De Leon, RHP
- Chris Anderson, RHP
- Scott Schebler, OF
- Chris Reed, LHP
While many will argue the Twins system is deeper, the Dodgers make the No. 2 spot simply because of how top-heavy they are.
Those three guys in the Top 10 of Baseball American’s Top 100 are immediate impact guys – and no other franchise can claim to have three guys in the top 10.
Joc Pederson is already tearing up Spring Training in 2015. He’s currently hitting .389 with six HR and 12 RBI. Don Mattingly will be thrilled to play him in the outfield every day. It was a move setup this offseason when both Matt Kemp and Hanley Ramirez were shipped.
Ridiculously enough, he’s not even the top prospect on the team. That recognition goes to future stud third baseman Corey Seager.
With lefty Julio Arias also coming in as one of the highest ranked pitching prospects in baseball, LA’s farm is in great hands.
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