With the minor league baseball season winding down, big league clubs will soon be calling up their top prospects for a September audition.
The Los Angeles Dodgers possess talented farmhands who will most likely make their major league debuts within the next two weeks. Others are trudging their way through the lower ranks with varying levels of success.
Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti stood pat at the trade deadline last month, refusing to part with his top minor leaguers in exchange for immediate help like David Price. For those prospects in question, it's becoming more clear that Los Angeles made the correct decision to hang onto them.
Here's the latest look at how Los Angeles' top 10 prospects are faring with one week to go until September arrives.