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2015 Dodgers Prospect List

Rank Name Projection
1 Corey Seager Elite SS
2 Julio Urias # 1 Starter
3 Joc Pederson Elite RF
4 Grant Holmes #2 Starter
5 Alex Verdugo Elite RF
6 Jose De Leon #3 Starter
7 Julian Leon 1st Div. C
8 Chris Anderson #4 Starter
9 Zach Lee #4 Starter
10 Scott Schebler 1st Div. LF
11 Kameron Uter #3 Starter
12 Cody Bellinger 1st Div. 1B
13 Ross Stripling #4 Starter
14 Enrique Hernandez 1st Div. 2B
15 Tom Windle #4 Starter
16 Jharel Cotton Impact Reliever
17 Austin Barnes 2nd Div. C
18 Zach Bird #5 Starter
19 Jeff Brigham #4 Starter
20 Joey Curletta 2nd Div. RF
21 Erisbel Arruebarruena 2nd Div. SS
22 Pedro Baez Reliever
23 Victor Gonzalez #4 Starter
24 MJ Villegas #4 Starter
25 Alexander Guerrero 2nd Div. 2B
26 Lucas Tirado 2nd Div. SS
27 Chris Reed Reliever
28 Jared Walker 2nd Div. 3B
29 A.J. Vanegas #5 Starter
30 Jacob Scavuzzo 2nd Div. LF
31 Kyle Farmer 2nd Div. C
32 Scott Barlow #5 Starter
33 Romer Cuadrado 2nd Div. 1B
34 Chris O'Brien 2nd Div. C
35 Darnell Sweeney Backup CF
36 Michael Medina 2nd Div. LF
37 Joe Wieland Reliever
38 Victor Araujo Reliever
39 Yimi Garcia Reliever
40 Daniel Coulombe Reliever
41 Greg Harris Reliever
42 Jacob Rhame Reliever
43 Jarret Martin Reliever
44 Carlos Frias Reliever
45 Spencer Navin Backup C
46 Moises Perez Backup SS
47 Griff Erickson Backup C
48 Adam Liberatore Reliever
49 Ralston Cash Reliever
50 Devan Ahart Backup CF
51 Jon Richy Reliever
52 Brock Stewart Reliever
53 Jairo Pacheco Reliever
54 Michael Bolsinger Reliever
55 Justin Chigbogu Backup 1B
56 O'Koyea Dickson Backup 1B
57 Tyler Ogle Backup 1B
58 Noel Cuevas Backup LF
59 James Baldwin Backup LF
60 Brandon Dixon Backup 3B
61 Michael Johnson Reliever
62 William Soto Reliever
63 Carson Baranik Reliever
64 Jeremy Rathjen Backup LF
65 Johan Mieses Backup LF
66 Ibandel Isabel Backup LF
67 Billy Flamion #N/A


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2 Jameson Taillon RHP The Woodlands (Texas) HS
3 Anthony Ranaudo P LSU
4 Drew Pomeranz LHP Mississippi
5 Nick Castellanos 3B Archbishop McCarthy HS, FLA
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7 AJ Cole P Oviedo HS, Orlando
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13 Matt Harvey P North Carolina
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