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FanGraphs year-end prospect rankings include 5 Dodgers in top 100

Diego Cartaya leads the group, Bobby Miller the biggest riser for LA

MLB All-Star Futures baseball game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Dodgers in the dugout in the second inning of a MLB All-Star Futures baseball game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday, July 16, 2022. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images

FanGraphs updated their top-100 prospect list at the end of the regular season, with Eric Longenhagen explaining the methodology and process with a companion article.

The four Dodgers that were ranked in the top 100 at the beginning of the season — Diego Cartaya, Bobby Miller, Michael Busch, and Andy Pages — all made gains, with Miller jumping the most, from No. 63 overall to No. 40 now.

Gavin Stone, the Branch Rickey Award winner as the Dodgers minor league pitcher of the year, joined that quartet in the top 100, checking in at No. 93.

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