By David Miller @DavidMillerRant on April 25, 2014
From the beginning of the 2013 MLB season to now the Los Angeles Dodgers have turned themselves into perennial contenders. Some might say that is only because of the money they have spent but the Dodgers would likely claim some of it is due to their rich farm system. So why not take a look at the top five prospects they have and whether their stock is up or down?
Through four starts in 2014 Anderson is doing well with a 3.68 ERA. His walks are a little high right now but across the board he is doing well.
Lee has the best numbers of anyone in the top five as far as pitchers are concerned. Through four starts he has a very good 1.99 ERA and 1.01 WHIP.
It has only been three games but 2014 has not been good to Urias so far. He's got a 5.40 ERA and worse than that is the 1.70 WHIP; too many base runners too often.
You want to see someone who has stock rising? Look no further than Pederson who is enjoying a .417 average with 5 home runs and 10 RBI so far this year.
Apparently they grow good hitters in the Seager family. This year Corey has a .294 batting average with 10 extra base hits including 2 home runs and 13 RBI.
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