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Craig Minami has written for True Blue LA for over a decade, covered many Dodgers games in person at Dodger Stadium, Camelback Ranch, and even road series in Pittsburgh and Kansas City as well. Craig has stayed connected with the site both as a regular commenter, and longtime contributor to the True Blue LA podcast with his Questions from Craig segment each week.

Divvying up Dodgers playing time

We look ahead to the 2023 Dodgers, and make our picks for most playing time at five different positions, and the likelihood of some rookies stepping in for bigger roles. Plus, a breakdown of the Dodgers acquiring shortstop and old friend Miguel Rojas from the Marlins.

Projecting Dodgers starting pitching in 2023

A look at a very robust free agent market this offseason, one the Dodgers have largely shied away from to date. We look at Carlos Correa and Xander Bogaerts joining NL West rivals, plus take stock of Dodgers starting pitchers and who might they still add.

A Dodgers roster in flux

On the eve of the MLB winter meetings, we take stock of a Dodgers roster that will soon have Clayton Kershaw and Shelby Miller, but no Cody Bellinger. It’s a roster light on depth, with several needs heading into the offseason.

Notes: Could Dodgers have deGrom on shopping list

Dodger notes: Half of MLB could be after a shortstop this offseason, Dodgers participate in local community events

Figuring out the Dodgers 2023 rotation

With Clayton Kershaw coming back and Tyler Anderson moving down Interstate 5 to Anaheim, we take a look at the Dodgers starting rotation. Plus some other roster updates from the first two weeks of the offseason.

Where will the Dodgers free agents sign?

Picking the 2023 teams for 10 Dodgers free agents, headlined by Clayton Kershaw and Trea Turner. Plus, Justin Turner won the Roberto Clemente Award and Mookie Betts won another Gold Glove Award, his sixth.

Dodgers offseason is here quicker than expected

With several days of hindsight, we look back at the Dodgers NLDS loss to the Padres, ending a 111-win season after the first round of the playoffs. Plus we get a head start on the coming offseason.

Dodgers-Padres NLDS preview

The Dodgers will battle the Padres in the National League Division Series. We break down the matchup between the very familiar foes, and wonder what LA’s 14-5 mark against San Diego during the regular season will tell us in the postseason.

Predicting MLB’s wild card round

The Dodgers regular season is over, and after 111 wins they get five days off before having to play a postseason game. In between is the wild card round, so we pick the winners of the four series which will run from Friday to Sunday, with the Dodgers awaiting the winner of Mets vs. Padres.