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Dodgers news: Matt Kemp on comeback, Yasiel Puig charges dropped, farm system ranked 11th

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It's that time of year for top prospect lists to be released, and the latest incarnation comes from Keith Law of ESPN, who released his organizational rankings on Tuesday. The Dodgers were rated as the 11th-best farm system in baseball by Law.

The player ratings haven't yet been released by Law (his top 100 prospects come on Wednesday), but he characterized the Dodgers' system as having "two elite guys at the top and three solid guys after, followed by a lot of reliever/fifth starter depth."

The Dodgers were rated by Law at No. 18 heading into 2013, though at midseason he noted they were one of the teams on the rise.

Here's a look at other Dodgers news:

Second is Sandy Koufax introducing Clayton Kershaw picking up his second Cy Young Award at the BBWAA awards dinner in New York. "I want to say Clayton Kershaw is not my protege," Koufax said. "Clayton Kershaw is his own person, his own man, and he's done it all himself."