Category Archives: 2018 Farm Factory Awards

Andrew Toles hits and waits

The Dodgers are so loaded in the outfield that their top position prospect Alex Verdugo can’t crack the roster and the same holds true for Andrew Toles who was the opening day starting left fielder in 2017. The only thing either of them can do is keep knocking on the door and eventually, the Dodgers …


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Alex Verdugo has little left to prove in AAA

Alex Verdugo is tearing up AAA right now but the Dodgers are so loaded with major league outfielders there doesn’t seem to be any room for the talented outfielder. Over his last ten games, Verdugo is hitting .476. The table below is courtesy of Over those ten games, Alex had multiple hits in seven …

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Dennis Santana wins the May 14 – May 20th Farm Factory Award

I’m not sure any Dodger prospect has had a better AAA debut than Dennis Santana had on May 19th when he struck out eleven with zero walks in his six innings.  I may have to check that out just for fun. It was a slam dunk to give Dennis Santana the weekly Farm Factory Award …

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Gavin Lux turning heads in Rancho

Lux was an easy pick for the Farm Factory Award for the Week of 04/30 – 05/06. For the week Lux went twelve for twenty-four with five walks but that is just the tip of the iceberg for how hot Gavin Lux has been. It took Gavin Lux about two years to get his those …

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Caleb Ferguson takes weekly FFA

Caleb Ferguson doesn’t get the press of the other Dodger pitching prospects. Much more has been written about his teammates, Dennis Santana and Yadier Alvarez, but it is Caleb Ferguson who keeps on plugging away solid game after solid game. This week he threw two gems and won the weekly FFA award. Caleb did it …

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FFA – Week ending 4/8/18 – Angelo Mora and Brock Stewart

I had no idea who Angelo Mora was, but he was playing shortstop and batting fourth for the Tulsa Drillers, and by the end of the week he had sewn up the first Farm Factory Award of 2018 by going eight for twelve with five extra-base hits. Looking towards google we found a write up on him …

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