Pitchers the highlight of Dodgers' system

John Sickels offers in-depth analysis of the Dodgers' farm system.

Originally Published: February 12, 2004
By John Sickels | Special to ESPN.com

Five years ago, the Dodgers farm system was in poor condition. A series of mediocre or downright bad drafts, plus a decline in Latin American scouting, left Los Angeles with an empty farm system. But the last few years have seen dramatic improvement. The last three drafts have been more impressive, and the foreign scouting operation was revamped.

The Dodgers now have a solid farm system, particularly when it comes to pitching. GM Dan Evans, scouting director Logan White, former scouting ...

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