After six long months of mostly average (just being honest) minor league baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers' farm system, all we have left is the handful of Triple-A players who were added to the expanded roster for the stretch run.
We had a few dazzling performances by highly ranked prospects, some surprises in both directions, and a whole heap of Yasiel Puig. Now it's time to name the all-prospect team of your 2013 Dodgers, based on the following criteria:
- If they were a "prospect" with no major league experience before the season, a player is eligible for this list. Meaning, Puig and Hyun-Jin Ryu both fit the mold, whereas Scott Van Slyke and Dee Gordon will watch from the sidelines.
- I will select one player at each position, with the exception of the pitching staff.
- The pitching staff will consist of five starters and three relievers.
- Players drafted in 2013 will not be eligible, based on sample size.
With all that in mind, let's turn the page and see what the best of the best from down on the farm looked like in 2013.
All stats courtesy of MiLB.com and Baseball-Reference.com.