There are only two weeks to go until September arrives, at which point teams around the league are permitted to expand their rosters from 25 players to 40 for the final month of the season.
With the injury bug suddenly latching onto the Los Angeles Dodgers in August, it's becoming more apparent that the organization may need to turn to the farm in order to plug some holes.
After all, general manager Ned Colletti refused to part with his top minor leaguers at the trade deadline. Although he probably wasn't expecting injuries to force his hand, Colletti can take solace in his ability to tap into the raw talent that may not have been there had the Dodgers gone all-in on David Price.
Here's the latest look at how Los Angeles' top 10 prospects are faring with September just around the corner.