Dodgers Down on the Farm: Top to bottom MiLB reports
By Jacob Rudner
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If you take out All-Star breaks and off-days, from now until September, the Dodgers will have all five of their affiliated ball teams in season.
Rookie league Ogden kicked off on Friday night and the Low-A through Triple-A have been underway since April. It’s at this time of the year that watchers, scouts and fans can get a really good feel for who is legitimate within the system’s ranks and who may not be worth such a look.
With the seasons a green light from top to bottom, some top performers at each level become worth recognizing and as has been done already a few times this year, this will be an article shedding some light on players to keep an eye on from top to bottom in the Dodger system.
We’ll take a look from rookie ball through Triple-A for the first time in 2019.