More than a month through the season, the performances of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ top prospects have stabilized. We’ve seen some regression away from the extremely impressive early season numbers put up by many of the young starters.
This is not necessarily concerning, of course: Young players are prospects because they still have areas in which they can improve, and consistency is clearly one of those. However, it may indicate that some of these players are not as big league-ready as we might have hoped or expected.
Notes: All statistics courtesy of MiLB.com unless otherwise noted. All statistics updated through May 5 unless otherwise noted. Prospect list courtesy of MLB.com. Nos. 8 and 9 Ross Stripling and Onelki Garcia are out for the season, so Nos. 11 and 12 Jose Dominguez and Matt Magill will take their place.