A sad time has arrived on Dodgers Stock Up, Stock Down. The number-one prospect for 11 straight weeks has outlived his time on the list and will no longer be considered a "prospect."
As soon as Don Mattingly told reporters he expected Yasiel Puig to stay in the majors the rest of the year, the sad breakup had to occur. But one man's promotion is another man's...well, promotion. To the top spot on this list! And it should really be no surprise who sits there, as he had been number two behind Puig all season long.
With Chris Capuano making two clutch starts in just five days, this new number one may have to wait even longer for his debut, but we have to consider that the Dodgers are doing due diligence with the former first round pick. No sense in bringing him up too early only to get shelled and shatter his confidence (cough, Matt Magill, cough).
So, without further ado, let's jump into the list and see the new faces. Compared to last week's list, things are looking a little bit different.
All stats courtesy of MiLB.com and current as of 6/23/2013.