Estevão is a sportswriter from Brazil. You can also find his work at Diamond-Digest and Pinstripe Alley. Or perhaps you might have seen his work at FanGraphs, where he wrote about Clayton Kershaw’s heavy breaking ball usage among other things. You can follow him on Twitter at @estevao_maximo.
Looking at a thinned out Dodgers’ rotation in 2023
A look at the Dodgers starting rotation, which doesn’t quite have the same depth as recent years.
Daniel Hudson, Dodgers closer?
The Dodgers have several reliable relievers to pitch in high-leverage situations. Here’s a case for veteran Daniel Hudson to get the most saves of the group.
Bounceback candidates for the Dodgers’ NL West rivals
A look at one player from each of the Dodgers’ divisional foes who is likely to improve in 2023.
Miguel Rojas is back with the Dodgers. Hello again, old friend
Miguel Rojas is back with the Dodgers, so let’s look back at when he saved Clayton Kershaw’s no-hitter back in 2014.
Yency Almonte, the Dodgers under-appreciated bullpen arm
An appreciation of Yency Almonte, the right-hander who excelled in his first season with the Dodgers.
2022 review: Blake Treinen
Taking a look at the injury-riddled 2022 of Dodgers reliever Blake Treinen, who pitched in only six games in 2022.
2022 review: Mitch White
Mitch White was solid during his time with the Dodgers, including for four months in 2022. But he was well down the depth chart and dealt away at the trade deadline.
2022 review: Gavin Lux
Gavin Lux had his best season to date in 2022, establishing himself as an everyday player for the Dodgers.
Jean Segura would be a perfect fit for the Dodgers
The Dodgers should pursue Jean Segura as a depth addition to the infield, someone who could play second base, shortstop, and third base.
2022 review: Alex Vesia
Dodgers left-hander Alex Vesia had a second straight solid season in high-leverage relief in 2022.