Feb 9, 2013, 6:00am PST
March 5, 2013
J.P. Howell, the southpaw
Two years removed from his shoulder surgery, Howell put up a stellar second half in 2012 for Tampa Bay. Can the free agent acquisition do the same in Los Angeles in 2013?
March 4, 2013
Aaron Harang, eight is enough?
Harang allowed a ton of runners to reach base in his first season in Los Angeles. Will he improve in 2013, and will he do it with the Dodgers?
March 3, 2013
Pedro Baez: Kenley II, Electric Boogaloo?
Pedro Baez turns 25 on March 11, and he has yet to throw a pitch in an organized professional game. But there is a reason why many are excited to see what he can do on the mound.
March 2, 2013
Kevin Gregg, the veteran closer
After getting released in the middle of a pennant chase last September, Kevin Gregg is out to prove he can contribute to a winning bullpen.
March 1, 2013
Matt Guerrier, happy to be healthy
After an injury plagued season in 2012, Guerrier looks for a rebound in the final year of his contract with the Dodgers.
February 28, 2013
Mark Ellis, the defensive expert
The Dodgers were 56-44 in games Ellis started in 2012, and 30-32 in games he didn't.
February 27, 2013
Jerry Hairston Jr., the four corners guy
Jerry Hairston is back from hip surgery and expects to play four different positions for the Dodgers in 2013.
February 26, 2013
Justin Sellers, further down the depth chart
Sellers underwent season-ending surgery on his lower back on Aug. 23.
February 25, 2013
Scott Elbert, on the mend
Elbert is expected to begin throwing again during the first week of March, and an early May return to the Dodgers is tentatively planned for the reliever.
February 24, 2013
Jesus Flores, hoping for health
Now three years removed from shoulder surgery, Flores is a non-roster invitee to spring training looking to make the Dodgers as the backup catcher.
February 23, 2013
Steve Ames, the strikeout machine
The 17th round pick out of Gonzaga has been a dominant force in the bullpen on his rise through the Dodgers farm system. That figures to earn Ames a spot on the big league club at some point in 2013.
February 22, 2013
Alex Castellanos, center fielder?
Alex Castellanos played center field in the Venezuelan Winter League in the offseason, and figures to see time at the position during spring training, trying to increase his versatility and enhance his chances of winning a spot on the Dodgers roster.
February 21, 2013
Matt Magill, bursting onto the scene
Magill opened some eyes with a solid 2012 campaign. Can the former 31st round draft pick continue his climb to the major leagues?
February 20, 2013
Javy Guerra, looking to bounce back
Javy Guerra began 2012 as the Dodgers' closer. A demotion, an option, and two surgeries later, he enters 2013 fighting for a chance to make the club.
February 19, 2013
Paco Rodriguez, the rapid riser
A brief look at the climb through the Dodgers' system by Paco Rodriguez, the left-handed relief pitcher who was the first player drafted in 2012 to make the major leagues.
February 18, 2013
A.J. Ellis, rewarded for his efforts
Ellis had a career year at the age of 31 in 2012. Can the backstop do it again for the Dodgers in 2013?
February 17, 2013
Peter Moylan, worm killer
Peter Moylan was once part of a formidable Braves bullpen. But now, after two years lost to surgeries, can Moylan find his way into the Dodgers relief staff?
February 16, 2013
Elian Herrera, jack of all trades
Herrera was a surprise contributor to the 2012 Dodgers, nine years after he was signed out of high school. Will he play a part in the 2013 Dodgers as well?
February 15, 2013
Kenley Jansen, best arm in the bullpen
Though he won't start out the season as the Dodgers' closer, will Jansen rack up saves in 2013?
February 14, 2013
Andre Ethier returns for his 8th season in Blue
Name the player who has currently played the longest in Dodger Blue, in right field, Andre Ethier
February 13, 2013
Clayton Kershaw, the crown jewel
How will the Dodgers' staff ace do in his age-25 season?
February 12, 2013
Adrian Gonzalez set to bring power back to first
Will Adrian Gonzalez be the answer to the power shortage at first base?
February 11, 2013
Zack Greinke, a strong second fiddle
The $147 million man comes to Los Angeles with high expectations, but he is not alone.
February 10, 2013
Luis Cruz, cult hero
Cruz came seemingly out of nowhere to contribute for the Dodgers, and put up a stellar half-season. Can the 29-year-old repeat it in 2013?
February 9, 2013
Brandon League, the closer
League saved six games for the 2012 Dodgers but a new three-year contract and management's pronouncement of League's role appear to appoint as the closer when the season starts.