The 21-year-old Zach Lee was drafted by the Dodgers in the first round (28th overall) in 2011 and swayed from playing quarterback at LSU. The power right-hander boasts a high 90s fast ball, and a curve ball, slider and change-up.
Yasel Puig was part of the Dodgers spending spree in 2012 when he was signed as a premium international free agent out of Cuba. He was given a seven-year, $42 million deal, and the Dodgers believe he has the potential to rapidly ascend through their system. The 22-year-old outfielder hit .354 with a 1.076 OPS in 82 at-bats between rookie league ball and advanced Single-A.
Hyun-Jin Ryu was inked as a highly regarded international free agent and could begin his pro career in the United States in the majors. He was 29-16 with a .269 ERA, a 1.15 WHIP and 8.8 strikeouts per nine innings over two seasons in the Korean Baseball Organization. Ryu could slide in behind Clayton Kershaw andZack Greinke in the Dodgers rotation.
Corey Seager‘s older brother, Kyle Seager, is a bright young infielder for the Seattle Mariners. The younger Seager was a first round pick (18th overall) out of high school last summer. Drafted as a shortstop, Seager will likely have a long-term home at third base, which is Kyle’s position. He hit .309 with eight home runs, 33 RBI and a .903 OPS in 175 at-bats for Ogden in the Pioneer League last year. He could swiftly climb the Dodgers minor league ladder.