Say Good-bye to Josh Bell and Steven Johnson- More Prospects with bags packed - Dodger Prospects Top Performances and Minor League Box Scores - July 30th, 2009

With a tinge of sadness True Blue says goodbye to Josh Bell and Steven Johnson who leave this series forever as Dodger prospects and now just become old friends. By the end of today who will follow suit? I'll have more at the end of the trading deadline as we see how our minor league coffers get depleted as Ned and company try to build a World Championship team.

July 30th highlights

Trayvon Robinson steals five bases (38 on the year), making the most of his three hits

Jamie Hoffman with two triples and six runs batted in, as he tries to get the Dodgers to notice they need a right handed bat for the bench and the occasional start against LHP for Andre

Doug Mientkiewicz looks close to ready to help the bench with four hits in five at bats last night

Ned called him untouchable this week, Dee Gordon tries to show why with four more hits and two stolen bases giving him 58 bags for the year.


Kensai reviews some A and A+ prospects



Kensai has added some reviews of the rookie league prospects
so be sure to check it out.


Mid Season Prospect Ranking - True Blue LA
Mid Season Dodger Prospect Ranking from Kensai/Canuck/Phil

Check out these links and let us know what you think. From the above links you can see the daily Dodger minor league box scores, a recap of the best Dodger performances, and a recap of all of baseballs top prospect performances, along with a recap of simply the best minor league performances even if they aren't considered prospects. The Hector Luna performances if you will.

From the First Inning site you can check out the leaderboards for each league including advanced statistics like wOBA and FIP. From the minor league split web site you can click on the player link and check every which way they are doing.

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