The Los Angeles Dodgers will see their decade come to a close and their farm system has produced many of their core players for next season.
The Dodgers are trying to buy championships. It’s a phrase that has been attached to the Los Angeles Dodgers for decades although that has not been the case in recent seasons. In fact, the Dodgers’ 2019 playoff roster featured the fewest free agent signings of any other postseason roster. Under Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers have been much more calculated with their free-agent signings and gotten productive players through other means.
One of those means has been their farm system. The Dodgers ended last season with a top ten farm system in baseball which is outstanding for a team that has graduated impact players like Cody Bellinger and Walker Buehler over the last few years. As the decade comes to a close, here are the Dodgers’ top prospects for each position over the last decade.