The Dodgers continue to roll in the second half, compiling a 9-1 record through the first 10 games and extending their lead in the NL West to 2.5 games over the Arizona Diamondbacks. After this list's most famous alumnus, Yasiel Puig, hit a monster walk-off to cap a series win over the Reds, the Dodgers look unstoppable.
For current members of this list, that's bad news if they were hoping to get a call up in 2013. While some of the players here may still get a look, there aren't many gaps to fill on the big league roster. But with contracts expiring at second and third base, not to mention platoon jobs to be won next year, there's still reason to play hard through September.
Jose Dominguez is on the 15-day DL right now, which opened a bullpen spot for Carlos Marmol. But Marmol has been shaky in his first few appearances for the Dodgers, so we might see Dominguez right back up in the bullpen when he gets healthy. In that event, would Marmol stick? Or is it a guy like Chris Withrow getting the boot?
Time will tell, but for now let's sit back and enjoy the last update before the trade deadline—after all, this farm system could look drastically different if GM Ned Colletti pulls off a few last-minute deals for major league depth. Here is a look at the Dodgers' top 10 prospects, as compared to last week's list.
All stats courtesy of MiLB.com and current as of 7/29/2013.