Los Angeles Dodgers' Best Prospect at Every Position at the Start of 2014

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Los Angeles Dodgers' Best Prospect at Every Position at the Start of 2014
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Corey Seager spent most of 2013 with the Great Lakes Loons in the Low-A minors, where he batted .309 with 12 home runs and 57 runs batted in.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have always been an organization that prides itself on pitching, and the farm system seems to be constantly teeming with promising young arms. The team's most recent successful homegrown pitching talent is Clayton Kershaw, who has blossomed into a two-time Cy Young Award winner.

While the Dodgers still have plenty of young guns in the minors, specifically Zach Lee and Ross Stripling, there is also recent hype surrounding notable minor league position players. Of course, with last season's promotion of Yasiel Puig to the big club, the Dodgers' farm was dealt a blow.

And with the team boasting the highest payroll in baseball history last season, management has focused more on bringing in expensive, established veterans rather than relying on minor league prospects.

But for Dodgers fans who might want to know what the organizational talent pool is like behind position players like Hanley Ramirez, Adrian Gonzalez or Matt Kemp, the following slides will serve to illuminate the up-and-coming faces that are working their way through the ranks in the hope of one day wearing Dodger blue.

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