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    Dodgers Prospects: Reviewing the 2019 Quakes

    Although the Rancho Cugamonga Quakes did not repeat as California League champions it was still a very successful season. As usual there were many standout players for the Quakes and easily the best bargain for a fan of baseball in Southern California. During the season I was able to attend quite a few games and interact […] More

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    Dodgers: Minor League Playoffs Commence

    Other than the Pioneer League, the minor leagues have completed their regular season. Fortunately for many Dodgers’ minor league teams, the season continues. The only Dodger affiliate that did not make the post-season was the Oklahoma City Dodgers of the Pacific Coast League. The OKC team was constructed a bit strange as they kept many […] More

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    Dodgers: Josiah Gray Replaces Will Smith on Top 100 Prospect List

    Right-handed pitcher Josiah Gray has made it onto the MLB Pipeline Top 100 Prospects list, replacing catcher Will Smith, who recently lost his prospect status. With Will Smith graduating from the #MLB's Top 100 Prospects list, another #Dodgers prospect — 21-year-old RHP Josiah Gray — enters: https://t.co/aG46Y0calQ pic.twitter.com/L0mDuZ1D9u — MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) August 27, 2019 […] More

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    Dodgers Josiah Gray Named Texas League Pitcher of the Week

    Dodgers’ top prospect Josiah Gray has been named the Player of the Week after a stellar 11 inning, two-start performance that included 11 strikeouts for the right-hander. #Tigers prospect Isaac Paredes hit .552 for Double-A Erie and Tulsa's Josiah Gray (#Dodgers) allowed one run while fanning 11 over 11 innings to headline the latest Players […] More

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    Which LA Dodgers Top Prospects Are Considered Untouchable?

    It is Trade Season which means the Dodgers will be trading some prospects. Over the years the Dodgers have done a good job of keeping the “right” prospects, no matter who might be the return. There were opportunities to acquire pitchers like Johnny Cueto, David Price and Cole Hamels in 2015 but the cost had […] More

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    Dodgers Prospects: Josiah Gray and Niko Hulsizer Are Two To Watch

    The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes have had a ton of talent come through their team the last few years, courtesy of the Dodgers. Even after sending seven players to the Cal League All-Star Game and having standouts like Jeren Kendall, Marcus Chiu, Gerardo Carrillo and many others they’ve gotten a boost from two players from the […] More

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    Dodgers: Looking Back on the Trade of Yasiel Puig and Friends

    The Dodgers traded outfielders Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp, left-handed starter Alex Wood, and catcher/infielder Kyle Farmer to the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for right-hander Homer Bailey, — with his gargantuan contract attached — along with prospects Jeter Downs and Josiah Gray. The Trade This off-season, one of the team’s main focuses was staying under […] More

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    Dodgers Down on the Farm: May Impresses, Ruiz Falters

    This is a new recurring series at Dodgers Nation where we will take an in-depth look at some of the hottest and coldest players in our minor league system. The Dodgers are perennially ranked amongst the best farm systems in the majors and this series is meant to demonstrate that. Although not all prospects pan […] More

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    Dodgers: Keith Law’s Take on a Realmuto Trade

    Even with all the latest speculation, ESPN writer and prospect analyst Keith Law said in his latest blog that he believes the Dodgers will not trade for catcher J.T. Realmuto. Joe: Would it make any sense for the Dodgers to trade Ruiz in a deal for Realmuto? Keith Law: Definitely not. And I don’t think […] More

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