But Lambo is ranked below Kyle Russell in his Top Prospects column.
It seems like every year when Baseball Prospectus is going to issue the Dodgers' top prospects, the publication is delayed. While whether or not it was delayed, here is the list (most of the analysis is only available to subscribers.)
1. Dee Gordon, SS
2. Chris Withrow, RHP
3. Ethan Martin, RHP
4. Aaron Miller, LHP
5. Scott Elbert, LHP
6. Trayvon Robinson, OF
7. Garrett Gould, RHP
8. Ivan DeJesus Jr., SS
9. Josh Lindblom, RHP
10. Kenley Jansen, RHP
11. Kyle Russell, OF
12. Andrew Lambo, OF: He isn’t an athletic corner outfielder, and is instead a bat-only prospect who might not have enough bat.
13. Allen Webster, RHP: A highly projectable righty, Webster has the potential to rocket up this list after his 2010 full-season debut.
14. Pedro Baez, 3B: He needs to overcome an injury bug and plate discipline issues, but his tools remain outstanding.
15. Nathan Eovaldi, RHP: This Tommy John surgery survivor was kept on a short leash in 2009, but he was brilliant at times while showcasing one of the more live arms in the system.