The Los Angeles Dodgers’ system took a hit this season with the graduation of top prospect Yasiel Puig to the major leagues. However, the organization had a slew of other promising young players step up in his place.
Left-handed hitters Corey Seager and Joc Pederson both had strong seasons at their respective levels and continue to move at an accelerated pace through the minor leagues. The same can be said about right-hander Zach Lee, who turned in the best season of his career at Double-A.
And let’s not forget about 17-year-old Julio Urias—technically it was his age-16 season—who excelled this season as the youngest player at a full-season level. In what would have been his sophomore year of high school, the left-hander instead carved up considerably older hitters in the Low-A Midwest League.
Meanwhile, the organization added a pair of advanced college arms in Chris Anderson and Tom Windle through the first-year player draft in June, both of whom impressed this summer in their professional debuts and may not require much time in the minors.
Here’s a look at the rest of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ top 10 prospects after the 2013 minor league season.