The 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers are a team that is built for the here and now.
The starting lineup and starting rotation are both cemented by veteran leadership with pinches of youth added into the mix, a concoction that proved very successful last year.
Heading into the upcoming season, there are a crop of young players who have been rising through the minor league ranks in the hope of one day making the big club.
The 17-year-old pitching phenom Julio Urias was ranked No. 14 overall, while position players Corey Seager (No. 18) and Joc Pederson (No. 41) also made the list.
Besides these names, there are several other players that will be showcasing their talent in spring training. Most of these hopefuls are pitchers, consistent with the Dodger tradition of developing hurlers.
The following slideshow examines potential sleeper prospects for Los Angeles heading into the 2014 season.