When the Los Angeles Dodgers promoted Yasiel Puig to the majors last season, it dealt a major blow to the team's farm system. Puig was widely regarded as the best prospect in the organization, and the Cuban defector proved he was worth the investment after helping turn around the Dodgers' 2013 season.
Heading into 2014, Los Angeles still has reason to be excited about its prospects. Although it may be awhile before we see them in Dodger blue, Joc Pederson, Corey Seager and Zach Lee round out the cream of the crop down on the farm.
But there are several other players who have the potential to play key roles for the Dodgers down the road. The following slides take a look at the less-publicized prospects, the ones who aren't getting the same attention as the Pedersons and Seagers but are also very intriguing.