The Los Angeles Dodgers added some much needed depth to their minor league system this winter, and with spring training now in session, here's a look at the 10 prospects who will surprise us.
Last year's crop of top prospects managed to break into the majors this past season. Among the highlighted players were Javy Guerra, Nathan Eovaldi and Dee Gordon.
Guerra shocked the organization when he took over for the injured Jonathan Broxton and eventually earned the closer job with 21 saves.
Eovaldi dazzled in Double-A and when he was called up to the Dodgers he held his own through six starts and got some work out of the bullpen. In fact, Eovaldi is a leading candidate to find a home in the starting rotation this upcoming season.
Finally, Gordon had quite the shoes to fill when Rafael Furcal was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals during 2011, but the young shortstop made quite the effort and he should be a regular in the lineup this season.
This year's crop of prospects are very talented, and the Dodgers could experience a repeat of last season if these 10 players step up in spring training.