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‘Looney Bin’ Appears Stocked With Dodgers Prospects

Kevin Baxter -Premium Content

Five years ago, the Dodgers' Double-A affiliate boasted a stable of prospects who quickly became known as the Jacksonville Five. By the middle of the next summer, four of the five—Chad Billingsley, Jonathan Broxton, Joel Guzman and Russell Martin—were in the majors. Which may explain why the Dodgers are high on another gifted group of minor leaguers with a creative moniker, the guys coming out of the Looney Bin at low Class A Great Lakes.

Majors | #2010#Los Angeles Dodgers#Organization Reports

Instant Impression

Doug Padilla -Premium Content

Chris Withrow didn't wait long to make an impression, using his first game of the spring to open the eyes of Dodgers pitching coach Rick Honeycutt. Withrow, a 2007 first-round pick with only limited spring training work under his belt, went out against the Rangers on March 14 and struck out the side in his only inning of work.

Majors | #2010#Los Angeles Dodgers#Organization Reports