Many of the Dodgers' top Minor League prospects opened the 2013 season at Double-A Chattanooga, but if you want to see them there, hurry.

From the club's top 20 prospects (as ranked by MLB.com's Draft and prospect expert Jonathan Mayo), five of the top six are with the Lookouts, including Cuban sensation Yasiel Puig, who is already tearing up the Southern League after tearing up the Cactus League without convincing management he was ready for The Show.

But Chattanooga also claims the franchise's top starting pitching prospect, former two-sport star Zach Lee; fellow former first-round pick Chris Reed; Cuban left-handed pitcher Onelki Garcia; and hard-nosed outfielder Joc Pederson.

The only top-six prospect not at Chattanooga is last year's first-round pick, shortstop Corey Seager, who begins his first full year at Class A Great Lakes.

Minor League Baseball is under way, and you can keep track of the Dodgers' top prospects throughout the season on MLBPipeline.com and Prospect Watch. Get scores, stats, news, schedules, tickets and more for all of the Dodgers' Minor League teams on MLBPipeline.com/Dodgers.

As an indication of the Major League club's veteran depth, only two of the top 20 prospects opened the season with the Dodgers -- left-handed reliever Paco Rodriguez and catcher Tim Federowicz -- with Federowicz's tenure in jeopardy with the weekend acquisition of veteran catcher Ramon Hernandez from the Rockies for Aaron Harang.

Although the big league club still has seven veteran pitchers under control, the trade of Harang removes one of the obstacles for when Lee is ready to make the jump to the Major Leagues. Chris Capuano and Ted Lilly can become free agents after the 2013 season.