The results have been tabulated: Corey Seager, Julio Urias and Joc Pederson are good at baseball.
Seager (5), Pederson (8) and Urias (10) are among the top 10 prospects in the game according to BaseballAmerica.com. Pitcher Grant Holmes, the Dodgers’ first-round pick in 2014, is 74th on BA’s list of the top 100 prospects in the game.
We’ve seen a few of these lists in recent weeks. Now it’s time to devise the master ranking. What is the consensus among the experts?
The answer, in chart form:
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Day 1 of spring training was an uneventful one for the Dodgers. The only pitcher or catcher not in camp before noon was Joel Peralta, who is flying to Phoenix now and scheduled to take his physical this afternoon.
Several position players have reported early, including Yasiel Puig, Joc Pederson, Corey Seager, Scott Schebler, O’Koyea Dickson and Matt Carson, a non-roster invitee.
New pitcher David Aardsma, another non-roster invitee, is wearing number 58.
Kenley Jansen is not here — no surprise, since the pitcher underwent surgery on his left foot Tuesday in Los Angeles. Unless that changes, we won’t have any news today about the biggest (and so far only) injury of camp.
The Sporting News ranked three Dodgers among its top 50 fantasy prospects for 2015: Corey Seager (5), Joc Pederson (7) and Julio Urias (13).
Free agent infielder Yoan Moncada is 23rd.
Seager, Pederson and Urias have all appeared on similar lists compiled by BaseballProspectus.com and MLB.com, among others.