This set includes the normal cast and characters you would expect. You will find the fast rising infielder and younger brother to a current Major Leaguer Corey Seager with multiple different cards, and the impressive power-hitting outfielder Joc Pederson.
One name I didn't recognize was catching prospect Gorman Erickson. He is card #3 below. In fact, it appears that Topps didn't know much about him either. They indicate that he's a pitcher, when every record I could find shows him as a defense-first catcher. Of course, maybe Topps knows something nobody else does. Maybe the Dodgers should convert him, like they did with Kenley Jansen, into a hard throwing pitcher. After all, there is some precedent for that.
BTW, as you'll notice below Corey Seager has 2 different base cards in the set. There is his normal card shown directly below, and a short-printed variation card of having fun while warming up at the very bottom of this post. I am unsure how scarce the variation card may be, so if your in the market I would suggest waiting a bit until adding it to your collection.
Check out the Dodger prospect base cards below.
#2 Gorman Erickson #95 Corey Seager
#141 Ross Stripling #169 Garrett Gould
#175 Joc Pederson #215 Chris Reed
Base Variations Set
#95 Corey Seager
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