Well, folks. It seems I've been wrong this whole season. Not only did I agree with the decision to keep Yasiel Puig in Double-A for so many weeks, citing anything from him being ill-prepared to the plethora of big league outfielders on the roster, but he is making me pay for that train of thought.
Along with most pitchers who dare to throw him a pitch within swinging distance. Though it may be a simple hot streak, methinks the Dodgers have their very own version of 2012's Mike Trout in Anaheim. Puig seems to do no wrong, and for that, we humbly thank him.
It's nice to see a spark back in the lineup and among the crowds at Dodger Stadium, but the Dodgers have still only gone 4-3 with him in the lineup. The bullpen is still shaky and the veterans continue to drop like flies to the disabled list.
This means we could be hearing some more familiar names getting the call to the major league level. For now, let's just compare the 10 best prospects (excluding the new draftees for lack of minor league experience, and Matt Magill, who I think has run his course as a "prospect") in the Dodgers system and rank them based on last week's article.