I am now working on the Tampa Bay Rays prospect list. The next team in line is the Los Angeles Dodgers, to be followed by the Seattle Mariners, Milwaukee Brewers, Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Angels, Colorado Rockies, and Cincinnati Reds to finish the process.
Use this thread to discuss the Los Angeles Dodgers farm system and organization. Some points of discussion to consider:
.***My early impression is that trades have thinned this system out. Do you agree?
***After several years of financial problems, the Dodgers can now invest in the farm system again and made aggressive moves in that direction in 2012. They signed intriguing Cuban defector Yasiel Puig, and they put a lot more money into the draft after going the cheap route in the last few classes. If you were running the farm system, in what direction would you put your new financial resources, especially in regards to the 2013 draft? Are there any unusual sources of talent you might try to tap?
***As always, feel free to bring up any sleepers you like. One guy on my list for 2013: fireballing Jharel Cotton.