The Los Angeles Dodgers Players In All Organizational Affiliates, Prospects + Depth Charts (MLB + MiLB) 2014

Puig slowed down a shade from his torrid 1st month pace - however still slashed .319/.392/.925 - with 19 HRs, 42 RBI. 66  Runs Scored and 122 Hits in just 434 AB.  He has in the 2nd YR of a 7 YR/$42 MIL contract in his pocket, and that may be the bargain of ALL - Time if he continues these type of numbers all the way throughout his length of the deal.  Puig finished in 2nd for NL Rookie of The Year Voting, and placed 15th in NL MVP balloting as well.

Puig slowed down a shade from his torrid 1st month pace – however still slashed .319/.392/.925 – with 19 HRs, 42 RBI. 66 Runs Scored and 122 Hits in just 434 AB for the 2013 year. He has now in the 2nd YR of a 7 YR/$42 MIL contract in his pocket, and that may be the bargain of ALL – Time if he continues these type of numbers all the way throughout his length of the deal. Puig, 23,  finished in 2nd for NL Rookie of The Year Voting, and placed 15th in NL MVP balloting as well.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): & Jeff Kleiner (Org. Depth Chart Expert)

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The Los Angeles Dodgers had a rollercoaster 2013 campaign.  After a late season 2012 trade, the club went on a spending bonanza to enter the 2013 year.

In late May. it looked bleak. The franchise wanted to fire Don Mattingly, Matt Kemp and Hanley Ramirez were battling various injuries, and the club was 23 – 32.

Enter Yasiel Puig with his historic 1st month, and the team then went on a torrid pace at that hadn’t been done in nearly 60 years.

The crux of this crestwave, was a 42 – 8 stretch that saw the club bypass all 4 Division foes, putting a stranglehold on the NL West once and for all.

Dodgers own the West

Clayton Kershaw must be wondering when his payday is coming - Clayton Kershaw is 77 -  46 with a 2.60 ERA in his career so far. After the Justin Verlander, Matt Cain and Buster Posey's Contracts have been signed within the division in the last year.  The Dodgers #1 pitcher even saw as the organization dole out $147 MIL over 6 years for Zack Greinke last winter.  If he keeps having performances like these past 3 years (2 CY Youngs and one runner up, 3 ERA Titles - his value will soar).

Clayton Kershaw must be wondering when his payday is coming – Clayton Kershaw is 77 – 46 with a 2.60 ERA in his career so far. After the Justin Verlander, Matt Cain and Buster Posey’s Contracts have been signed within the division in the last year. The Dodgers #1 pitcher even saw as the organization dole out $147 MIL over 6 years for Zack Greinke last winter. If he keeps having performances like these past 3 years (2 CY Youngs and one runner up, 3 ERA Titles – his value will soar).  The LHP will turn just 26 in Spring Training this season.  How much will it take to keep his services in the organization beyond 2014?  Kershaw is in the last year of Arbitration (he will likely be granted the highest ever award for a Pitcher) – and he is a Free Agent at the end of this next year.

The Dodgers have the financial wherewithal to put it to the rest of the National League.  By spending over $237 MIL in 2013, the Guggenheim consortium proved their metal.

The club looks to re-sign Hanley Ramirez and Clayton Kershaw this upcoming calendar year, and will also be active in the bidding for one Masahiro Tanaka.

With this team, there are even great prospects that will make future Dodger teams in OF Joc Pederson and 2B Alex Guerrero.  The latter maybe given a chance to take the reigns at 2B really early into the 2014 season.

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Dodgers Organization year round click here.

Management

OWN Guggenheim Consortium
CEO- Stan Kasten/Magic Johnson
GM- Ned Colletti
MGR- Don Mattingly
PCO- Rick Honeycutt
HCO- Mark McGwire
1BCO- Davey Lopes
3BCO- Lorenzo Bundy
BHCO- Tim Wallach
BPCO- Chuck Crim

Los Angeles Dodgers Players

PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Clayton Kershaw ML 2 x 25
SP2- Hyun-Jin Ryu ML 0 x 26
SP3- Zack Greinke ML 2 x 31
SP4- Dan Haren ML 3 x 33
SP5- Chris Capuano ML 6 35
SP6 Stephen Fife ML 3 x 27
SP7- Josh Beckett ML 2 x 32
SP8- Chad Billingsley ML 3 x 29
SPS-
RHMR- Chris Withrow ML 4 x 24
RHMR- Jamey Wright ML 7 x 38
LHMR-
RHSU- Carlos Marmol ML 8 31
RHSU- Chris Pérez ML 3 x 28
LHSU- Scott Elbert ML 7 x OOO 28
LHSU- Steven Rodriguez ML 0 x 22
LHSU- J.P. Howell ML 4 x 30
CL- Brian Wilson ML 3 x 31
CL- Brandon League ML 6 x 30
CL- Kenley Jansen ML 6 x 26
13
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- A.J. Ellis ML 7 x OOO 32
1B- Adrian Gonzalez ML 5 x 30
2B-
SS- Hanley Ramirez ML 4 x 30
3B- Juan Uribe ML 5 x 33
LF- Carl Crawford ML 4 x 31
CF- Matt Kemp ML 5 x 29
RF- Andre Ethier ML 3 x 31
C- Tim Federowicz ML 3 x 26
C- Drew Butera ML 5 x 31
1B- Michael Young ML 5 37
1B- Scott Van Slyke ML 6 x OOO 27
3B-
UTL-
UTL- Dee Gordon ML 3 x 25
OF- Yasiel Puig ML 0 x 23
OF- Mike Baxter ML 6 x 29
OF- Jerry Hairston Jr. ML 4 RET 37
10
AAA Albuquerque Isotopes (PCL)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Damon Berryhill
PCO- Glenn Dishman
HCO- Franklin Stubbs
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Matt Magill ML 3 x 26
SP2- Blake Johnson AAA 7 28
SP3- Henry Sosa AAA 6 28
SP4-
SP5-
SPS- Red Patterson AAA 1 26
RHMR- Mario Santiago AAA 5 29
RHMR- Sean White AAA 5 32
RHMR- Anthony Ortega AAA 7 28
RHMR- Sam Demel AAA 5 28
LHMR- Fu-Te Ni AAA 3 31
RHSU- Steve Smith AAA 3 27
RHSU- Luis Vasquez AAA 5 27
RHSU- Kyle Cofield AAA 7 26
RHSU- Romulo Sánchez AAA 7 29
RHSU- Josh Judy AAA 6 27
LHSU- Daniel Moskos AAA 5 27
CL- Javy Guerra ML 7 x 28
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- John Baker AAA 6 32
1B- Jamie Romak AAA 8 28
2B- Justin Sellers ML 6 x 27
SS- Alexander Guerrero ML 0 x 27
3B- Brian Barden AAA 9 32
LF-
CF-
RF- Nick Buss ML 3 x 27
DH-
C- Alberto Rosario AAA 6 26
C- J.C. Boscan AAA 14 34
C- Damaso Espino AAA 10 30
C- Eliezer Alfonzo AAA 11 34
C- J.R. Towles AAA 7 29
C- Steve Cilladi AAA 2 26
1B- Clint Robinson AAA 4 28
3B- Elevys Gonzalez AAA 3 24
3B- Ian Stewart AAA 6 28
3B- Josh Bell AAA 6 27
UTL-
UTL- Brendan Harris AAA INV 33
OF- Jeremy Hazelbaker AAA 2 25
OF-
AA Chattanooga Lookouts (SOU)
CEO- Peter Bragan, Jr.
GM- Kirk Goodman
MGR- Razor Shines
PCO- Hector Berrios
HCO- Orv Franchuk
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Zach Lee AA 0 22
SP2- Chris Reed AA 0 23
SP3- Andres Santiago AA 4 24
SP4- Carlos Frias AA 3 24
SP5- Seth Rosin ML 1 x 25
SP6- Ross Stripling AA 0 24
SP7- Garrett Gould AA 1 22
SP8- Drew Carpenter AA 6 28
SPS- Onelki Garcia ML 1 x 24
RHMR- Justin Miller AA 4 RES 26
RHMR- Duke von Schamann AA 0 22
LHMR- Michael Thomas AA 0 24
RHSU- Pedro Baez ML 4 x 25
RHSU- Juan Gonzalez AA 3 23
RHSU- Justin Souza AA 5 28
RHSU- Hector Nelo AA 4 27
RHSU- Jose Dominguez ML 1 x 23
RHSU- Edwin Carl AA 1 25
RHSU- Juan Abreu AA 4 28
RHSU- Josh Ravin AA 7 25
LHSU- Geison Aguasviva AA 5 26
CL- Yimi Garcia ML 2 23
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Gorman Erickson AA 4 25
1B- J.T. Wise AA 2 27
2B- Osvaldo Martinez AA 5 25
SS- Miguel Rojas AA 5 24
3B- Sean Burroughs AA 9 33
LF- Brian Cavazos-Galvez AA 3 26
RF-
DH-
C- Dashenko Ricardo AA 1 23
C- Matt Wallach AA 4 27
C- Jan Vazquez AA 2 22
1B- Angelo Songco AA 4 25
3B-
UTL-
UTL-
OF- Jeremy Moore AA 4 26
OF-
A+ Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (CAL)
CEO- Brent Miles
GM- Grant Riddle
MGR- P.J. Forbes
PCO- Matt Herges
HCO- Jay Washington
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Arismendy Ozoria A+ 2 23
SP2- Jon Michael Redding A+ 3 26
SP3- Jarret Martin ML 1 x 24
SP4- Gustavo Gomez A+ 3 22
SP5- Raydel Sanchez A+ 0 23
SP6- Lindsey Caughel A+ 0 23
SPS- Jharel Cotton A+ 0 21
RHMR- Juan Rodriguez A+ 3 SUS 25
RHMR- Joel Lima A+ 2 24
LHMR-
RHSU- Matt Shelton A+ 0 25
RHSU- Freddie Cabrera A+ 2 23
RHSU- Fabio Martinez A+ 3 24
LHSU- Daniel Coulombe A+ 0 24
LHSU- Eric Eadington A+ 0 25
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Christopher O’Brien A+ 0 24
1B- Chris Jacobs A+ 4 25
2B- Scott Wingo A+ 0 24
SS- Pedro Guerrero A+ 4 25
3B- Ryan Mount A+ 6 27
LF- Scott Schebler A+ 0 23
CF- Noel Cuevas A+ 0 22
RF-
DH-
C- Pratt Maynard A+ 0 24
1B- O’Koyea Dickson A+ 0 23
3B- Corey Seager A+ 0 19
UTL- Casio Grider A+ 2 26
UTL- James McDonald A+ 0 22
UTL- Darnell Sweeney A+ 0 23
OF- Devin Shines A+ 0 24
OF- Blake Smith A+ 2 26
OF- Bobby Coyle A+ 1 24
A Great Lakes Loons (MID)
CEO- Paul Barbeau
GM- Paul Barbeau
MGR- Bill Haselman
PCO- Bill Simas
HCO- Mike Eylward
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Chris Anderson A 0 21
SP2- Ralston Cash A 1 22
SP3- Luis Meza A 2 23
SP4- Brandon Martinez A 1 23
SP5- Julio Urias A 0 17
SP6- Jonathan Martinez A 0 19
SP7- Tom Windle A 0 21
SPS-
RHMR-
LHMR- Jack McGeary A 3 24
RHSU- Rob Rogers A 0 23
RHSU- Jake Hermsen A 0 24
RHSU- Craig Stem A 1 23
RHSU- Thomas Taylor A 0 23
LHSU- Geoff Brown A 1 24
LHSU- Crayton Bare A 0 23
CL- Owen Jones A 0 24
CL- Scott Griggs A 0 22
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Jose Capellan A 0 23
1B- Tyler Ogle A 0 23
2B-
SS-
3B- Paul Hoenecke A 0 23
LF- Aaron Miller A 4 26
CF- James Baldwin A 1 22
RF- Jeremy Rathjen A 0 23
DH-
C- Eric Smith A 0 23
C- Webster Rivas A 0 23
1B-
3B- Brandon Dixon A 0 21
UTL- Leo Rodriguez A 0 22
UTL- Kevin Taylor A 1 22
OF- Malcolm Holland A 0 21
OF- Joe Winker A 0 24
OF- Robbie Garvey A 1 24
A- NONE
CEO-
GM-
MGR-
PCO-
HCO-
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1-
SP2-
SP3-
SP4-
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR-
RHMR-
LHMR-
RHSU-
RHSU-
LHSU-
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C-
1B-
2B-
SS-
3B-
LF-
CF-
RF-
DH-
C-
C-
1B-
3B-
UTL-
UTL-
OF-
OF-
2014 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Joc Pederson, of
2 Corey Seager, ss
3 Julio Urias, lhp
4 Zach Lee, rhp
5 Chris Anderson, rhp
6 Chris Withrow, rhp
7 Alexander Guerrero, 2b
8 Chris Reed, lhp
9 Onelki Garcia, lhp
10 Ross Stripling, rhp
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Hyun-Jin Ryu, lhp
2 Yasiel Puig, of
3 Corey Seager, ss
4 Joc Pederson, of
5 Zach Lee, rhp
6 Chris Reed, lhp
7 Onelki Garcia, lhp
8 Paco Rodriguez, lhp
9 Matt Magill, rhp
10 Ross Stripling, rhp
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Zach Lee, rhp
2 Allen Webster, rhp
3 Nate Eovaldi, rhp
4 Alfredo Silverio, of
5 Chris Reed, lhp
6 Garrett Gould, rhp
7 Chris Withrow, rhp
8 Josh Lindblom, rhp
9 Joc Pederson, of
10 Tim Federowicz, c
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Dee Gordon, ss ML
2 Zach Lee, rhp A
3 Rubby de la Rosa, rhp ML
4 Chris Withrow, rhp AA
5 Allen Webster, rhp AA
6 Jerry Sands, of/1b AAA
7 Scott Elbert, lhp ML
8 Kenley Jansen, rhp ML
9 Ethan Martin, rhp AA
10 Trayvon Robinson, of AAA
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Dee Gordon, ss
2 Chris Withrow, rhp
3 Aaron Miller, lhp
4 Ethan Martin, rhp
5 Josh Lindblom, rhp
6 Scott Elbert, lhp
7 Andrew Lambo, of
8 Ivan DeJesus Jr., ss
9 Trayvon Robinson, of
10 Allen Webster, rhp
The Dodgers went through a cataclysmic change last year - halfway through the campaign, when the new ownership took over.  They took on tonnes of Salary (have a payroll in the $230 MIL range this year) - and saw it pay off with a 2nd half historical rally, Don Mattingly gambled in Game #4 of the LDS - by sending out his Starting Pitcher Assassin (Kershaw).  The move buried the Braves, and also freed up LA to use he and Greinke 4 times in the 1st 6 Games of the NLDS.  I am picking them to win the NLCS and make their 1st appearance in the World Series in 26 Years in 2014.

The Dodgers went through a cataclysmic change  in 2012 – halfway through the campaign, when the new ownership took over. They took on tonnes of Salary (have a payroll in the $237 MIL range last year alone) – and saw it pay off with a 2nd half historical rally.  This team has now aversion to spending a boatload more of cash either.  They led the MLB in attendance, have the greatest amount of prospects for team income, and don’t have many teams that can rival them for total team payroll.  As of right now, this franchise is the consensus pick for the World Series.  I am picking them also to win the NLCS and make their 1st appearance in the World Series in 26 Years during 2014.

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Note From Chuck Booth:

You guys are all in for a treat.  Jeff Kleiner has developed a site (prosportsrosters.comthat covers all organizational affiliates in the Minors for all of the Major League Baseball Clubs. 

We are going to combine efforts to bring you the best look at salaries, current 25 Man Player Rosters and Depth Charts for all 30 teams. 

Jeff is going to provide the documents in form of spreadsheets and I am going to accompany the posts with deep analysis of what the numbers tell us from my perspective. 

If you can’t wait for all of my assessments for each club, go and visit Jeff’s website over at http://www.prosportsrosters.com.

In Speaking with Jeff, he is one of the more passionate fans I have come across towards the game of baseball.  He spends enough time in updating his MLB Facts for it to be a Full-Time Job. 

Jeff updates this page below on a daily basis.  After you click on it….Bookmark it.  There is a 3 year salary forecast and stats not listed here on this page.  Jeff updates these pages daily and these changes include any Roster moves!

Authors for this post:

Jeff Kleiner:  “I have been a sports fan since the first Baseball game I went to at Comisky Park in Chicago in 1959, when baseball for me turned from black and white to color.

I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.”

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prosportsrosters.com is the best source for following entire organizations in all 4 Major Sports

prosportsrosters.com is the best source for following entire organizations in all 4 Major Sports.

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I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker

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