Up next on our 2015 profiles is Chris Withrow, who spent all season on the disabled list and ended up getting traded.
What went right
Not much went right for Withrow, other than perhaps going to a bullpen with more opportunity for him going forward in Atlanta.
What went wrong
Withrow spent all season recovering from Tommy John surgery and back surgery, and didn't throw a single pitch in a game. The right-hander last pitched in a game on May 20, 2014.
Salary: $522,500, of which the Dodgers were responsible for roughly $148,470.
Withrow is no longer a Dodgers, as he was traded to the Braves as part of the Juan Uribe deal on May 27. Long term, Withrow can compete with Paco Rodriguez for the title of best post-Tommy John surgery relief pitcher traded from the Dodgers to the Braves in 2015.