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    Everyone else is Jealous: Official Dodgers Minor League Thread!

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    Feel free to post stat updates or articles on our top prospects as they come out.
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    http://m.dodgers.mlb.com/news/articl...creating-buzz/
    Apparently, the team is REALLY in love with Buhler despite how few innings he's thrown.
    All the time he missed due to TJ really sucked. And I for one at the time was upset they drafted him knowing how bad his arm was and that he would miss basically 2 years. But wtf do I know. It looks like that could be a god send since he would have never fallen to us otherwise.

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    This is spring training news and prospect news.
    Dodgers 2016 second-round pick Mitch White pitched two scoreless innings against Team Japan on Sunday, allowing only a single. The 22-year-old right-hander out of Santa Clara impressed with three strikeouts. "It was eye-opening to watch him pitch, Roberts said.

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    Thoughts on bellinger? He's had a hard time in spring training. Might be farther away from the big leagues than I originally thought..

    Your baby can't do this

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydubb View Post
    Thoughts on bellinger? He's had a hard time in spring training. Might be farther away from the big leagues than I originally thought..
    We need to keep in mind he only had like 8 games in AAA and the only hitting prospect this organization allowed to bypass AAA was Puig (which was due to special circumstances) everyone else had to play in AAA for a year. That's not a trend I see them reversing going forward, especially with all the depth this organization has.

    A lot of people around here just want to rush these shiny prospects to the majors to see what they can do. But the minors are hard for a reason, and there really is nothing wrong with letting guys work on their craft and fix holes in their game in the minors. That's what it's there for, developing players.

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