Dodgers: Top Prospects in the 2018 Arizona Fall League

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GLENDALE, AZ – MARCH 03: Omar Estevez #0 of the Los Angeles Dodgers turns the double play against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the second inning of the spring training at Camelback Ranch on March 3, 2018 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images) /

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For a further look into the AFL and the Dodgers’ invitees who weren’t highlighted here, You’ll find the Glendale Desert Dogs entire roster on this page.  Along with the three players I’ve listed here, the other five top prospects invited to the showcase league are Ben Holmes, Jordan Sheffield, Nolan Long, Andre Scrubb, and Errol Robinson. 

Dodger’ fans should feel a good degree of comfort regarding the organization’s ability to, not only maintain home-grown talent but also, stay relevant in the MLB ranks, the postseason and (fingers’ crossed), finding their way into this year’s World Series once again.

The AFL’s eight selected players are an excellent testament showing how extremely well Dodgers’ management (at all levels) has managed both running a very successful MLB organization while excelling the future of the MLB team with devotion and attention paid to the farm.

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I expect we’ll see, sooner rather than later, not only the three players highlighted fly into the spotlight upon the end of this year’s AFL but also, expect a further influx of Dodgers’ minor league talent to continue their ascent into the same promising situations that their predecessors have already found.

It’s only a matter of time.