Clayton Kershaw had another dominant season in 2015, putting up a 2.13 ERA with a career-best 301 strikeouts. The only news was that he did not win the National League Cy Young Award, the first time since 2012 that happened.
Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez remains productive in the middle of the batting order as well as on defense. He is one of the most dependable and durable players in the majors, with a decade-long track record of answering the bell.
Yasmani Grandal was very good for the Dodgers both while batting and while behind the plate as a defensive catcher in his first season in Los Angeles, even factoring in being limited over the final two months with a shoulder injury.
A look back at the 2015 season for right-handed pitcher Matt West, who was acquired from Toronto in May, spent nearly 10 weeks on the 40-man roster, and also pitched in Double-A and Triple-A this season.
A look back at the 2015 season of Dodgers relief pitcher Yimi Garcia, who proved to be a valuable member of the Dodgers bullpen, with lots of strikeouts, very few walks, and at times the unfortunate home run allowed.
Chris Hatcher's 2015 season was a bumpy ride at times, but by the end of the year it was smooth sailing, as the right-handed pitcher was a highly-effective reliever for the final two months of the season, including the playoffs.
Andrew Heaney was a Dodger for a few hours at the 2015 winter meetings. The trade of Heaney, with six years ahead of him before free agency, for one year of Howie Kendrick, could end up hurting the Dodgers in the long term.