MinorLeagueBaseball.com's John Sickels put out his top 120 prospects for 2012 list and the Los Angeles Dodgers had three players in the top 120, plus one among the honorable mentions.â†µ
The Dodgers aren't loaded with top-heavy talent like some farm systems but all four of the players mentioned among the top players looking to make a move to the big leagues are right-handed pitchers. None of them are at a point where they could come to the majors and make an impact just yet, but they are the best of what the Dodgers have waiting in the wings.â†µ
Zach Lee (no. 75), Nate Eovaldi (no. 87), Allen Webster (no. 106) and Garrett Gould (honorable mention), all represent the best of the best among the Dodgers' farm system, according to Sickels. It's never a bad thing to have too many arms and it looks like there will be plenty of competition among the young arms of the Dodgers' future.