As the team has been passed down from owner to owner, the organization has kept a firm belief in raising young, home-grown talent themselves as opposed to going out and signing high profile stars every few seasons.
The Dodgers picked up this season where they left off last season. They're struggling at the plate, struggling on the mound, have seen their attendance drop heavily and are unsure about their current and future ownership situation.
Despite the "worst start through 72 games in franchise history" record they just set this weekend, they still have tremendous domestic and international scouting as well as some of the best rookie ball and minor league ball in the MLB.
Here are 10 reasons Dodger fans should be excited for the future.