Another day and another top prospect arrives on the MLB scene. Following close behind the organization's top pitching prospect Walker Buehler to the majors, the Dodgers announced on Monday that they will tab 21-year-old southpaw Caleb Ferguson to make his debut Wednesday for the team versus the Pittsburgh Pirates. The promotion came with merit as Ferguson arrives in the majors after truly dominating at Triple-A where he logged a tremendous composite ERA of 1.23 with 50 K in just 44 IP so far this season and he should be added in all formats on the strength of those numbers alone. What is interesting here is that Ferguson was originally just a 38th round pick in 2014 by the team but like the late Tommy Hanson who also was picked in his draft class, the stuff seems to have been overlooked. Ferguson has been a strikeout machine since turning pro and he also has the double positive of not giving up home runs as a groundball pitcher and also keeping his walks down. Combine those three skills together and we have something nice to work with here as Ferguson is an interesting grab where available.