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2022 Los Angeles Dodgers Top MLB Prospects

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The Dodgers have been a beacon of stability in major league baseball for nearly a decade. Entering the 2022 season, that status is somewhat tenuous.

The Dodgers won 106 games last season and reached the National League Championship Series, where they fell to the eventual champion Braves in six games. It was the Dodgers’ third time winning at least 100 games in the last four full seasons, and they have either won the World Series or lost to the eventual champion each of the last five years.

Now, the Dodgers face the daunting challenge of continuing that success without some of the cornerstones who made it possible. Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen are free agents, Corey Seager left to sign with the Rangers and midseason acquisition Max Scherzer signed with the Mets.

Still, the Dodgers have one of the most talented rosters in the majors and a farm system that has long churned out impact players.

Today, we unveil the 10 best prospects in the Dodgers system as it enters 2022. 

We'll be hosting our Dodgers chat at 3 p.m. ET. You can submit your questions ahead of time here. 

Here's how we project their lineup in 2025, with their 2025 ages in parentheses.

PROJECTED 2025 LINEUP

Catcher: Will Smith (30)
First Base: Michael Busch (27)
Second Base: Gavin Lux (25)
Third Base: Miguel Vargas (25)
Shortstop: Trea Turner (32)
Left Field: Andy Pages (24)
Center Field: Cody Bellinger (29)
Right Field: Mookie Betts (32)
Designated Hitter: Max Muncy (34)

No. 1 Starter: Walker Buehler (30)
No. 2 Starter: Julio Urias (28)
No. 3 Starter: Dustin May (27)
No. 4 Starter: Bobby Miller (26)
No. 5 Starter: Tony Gonsolin (31)
Closer: Brusdar Graterol (26)

Listed below are the prospects with the best tools within the organization. To go directly to Los Angeles' Top 10, click here.

BEST TOOLS

Best Hitter for Average: Miguel Vargas
Best Power Hitter: Andy Pages
Best Strike-Zone Discipline: Jacob Amaya
Fastest Baserunner: Jeren Kendall
Best Athlete: James Outman
Best Fastball: Bobby Miller
Best Curveball: Clayton Beeter
Best Slider: Carlos Duran
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: Jose Ramos

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