Seager was rated as the No. 34 prospect in the game after the 19-year-old hit .269/.351/.473 with 16 home runs and 20 doubles in 101 games between Class-A Great Lakes and advanced Class-A Rancho Cucamonga. He hit just .160/.246/.320 in 27 games with the Quakes but was the youngest player in the California League after his promotion.
It is interesting that between MLB.com, Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus, three different players were tabbed as the top prospect on the Dodgers. Pederson, who turns 22 in April, headed the BA list, followed by Seager, Urias and Lee. The 17-year-old Urias grabbed the top spot from BP, followed by Seager, Pederson and Lee.
Pederson and Lee will open their spring training in big league camp with the Dodgers as non-roster invitees.