2021 Los Angeles Dodgers Top MLB Prospects
By Kyle Glaser
The Dodgers have long been lauded as baseball’s “model” organization. They draft and develop better than anyone, they turn retreads into stars seemingly annually and they win games at a rate on par with the best teams in major league history. And now they have a World Series trophy to show for it.
Even with all the prospects they’ve graduated and others they’ve traded, the Dodgers still have a deep well of homegrown talent to draw from.
Today, we unveil the 10 best prospects in their system entering 2021.
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Here's how we project their lineup in 2024, with their 2024 age in parentheses.
Catcher: Will Smith (29)
First Base: Max Muncy (33)
Second Base: Gavin Lux (26)
Third Base: Kody Hoese (26)
Shortstop: Corey Seager (30)
Left Field: Andy Pages (23)
Center Field: Cody Bellinger (28)
Right Field: Mookie Betts (31)
Designated Hitter: Michael Busch (26)
Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to Los Angeles' Top 10, click here.
Best Hitter for Average: Michael Busch
Best Power Hitter: Edwin Rios
Best Strike-Zone Discipline: Jacob Amaya
Fastest Baserunner: Jeren Kendall
Best Athlete: Jeren Kendall
Best Fastball: Josiah Gray
Best Curveball: Jimmy Lewis
Best Slider: Mitch White
Best Changeup: Ryan Pepiot
Best Control: Landon Knack
Best Defensive Catcher: Diego Cartaya
Best Defensive Infielder: Jacob Amaya
Best Infield Arm: Leonel Valera
Best Defensive Outfielder: Jeren Kendall
Best Outfield Arm: Andy Pages