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All-Star profile: Max Muncy

A look at the stellar 2021 season so far for Max Muncy, the Dodgers’ best player in the first half. Muncy was named to the All-Star team for the second time in his career, and will start at designated hitter for the National League.

All-Star profile: Justin Turner

Justin Turner is as productive as ever at age 36, and more durable than he’s been in five years. The Dodgers third baseman is headed to his second All-Star Game, as a reserve on the National League squad.

All-Star profile: Walker Buehler

Walker Buehler has always been a big-game pitcher for the Dodgers. This year, he’s been the team’s most reliable pitcher, and is on the National League All-Star team for the second time in his career.

All-Star profile: Dave Roberts

Dave Roberts is the only person in history to manage three straight All-Star Games. More on the Dodger skipper, with three pennants and a championship in the last four seasons.

All-Star profile: Mookie Betts

Mookie Betts, the leader of the Dodgers’ first World Series championship in 32 years, in 2021 has been well above average in a season by his standards he has called "bad." But he was good enough to be named to his fifth consecutive All-Star Game

All-Star profile: Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor made his first All-Star team at age 30, a reward for one the Dodgers lineup mainstays the last five seasons who has started at six different positions in 2021.

2020 review: Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw is a World Series champion. Let’s look back at his 2020 season.

2020 review: Mookie Betts

The Dodgers were an already great team that traded for one of the game’s best players in Mookie Betts. In his first year in Los Angeles, Betts lived up to the hype and then some, leading the Dodgers to their first championship in 32 years.

2020 review: Tony Gonsolin

Tony Gonsolin was great during the regular season to earn a spot in the Dodgers rotation, but with intermittent use in October the right-hander struggled in the postseason.

2020 review: Max Muncy

Max Muncy broke a finger during summer camp and slumped through most of the regular season. But his good eye remained, and his bat came alive during the postseason.

2020 review: Matt Beaty

Matt Beaty had a reduced role in 2020, but still managed a perfect 1.000 on-base percentage in his three playoff plate appearances for the Dodgers.

2020 review: D.J. Peters

He spent the whole year at the alternate site

2020 review: Brusdar Graterol

The Bazooka!

2020 review: Dylan Floro

He was great yet again in 2020

2020 review: A.J. Pollock

What a year for the veteran outfielder

2020 review: Kenley Jansen

2020 was a bumpy ride for Kenley Jansen, who won NL reliever of the month in August but was passed over for several closing opportunities in October by the Dodgers.

2020 review: Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor had his best season in three years and earned everyday playing time, at multiple positions for the Dodgers.

2020 review: Zach McKinstry

Expect a bigger role from the rookie in 2021

2020 review: Blake Treinen

The one-year gamble paid off

2020 review: Dustin May

A look back at the 2020 season for Dustin May, who at age 22 was the Dodgers surprise Opening Day starter.

2020 review: Alex Wood

It was an injury plagued season for Alex Wood, who lost his rotation spot, but came up huge in relief in Game 6 of the World Series, helping the Dodgers deliver a championship.

2020 review: Joc Pederson

Joc Pederson struggled in the regular season in 2020 but came alive in the postseason, helping the Dodgers to a World Series win.

2020 review: Victor Gonzalez

The rookie was sensational out of the bullpen

2020 review: A.J. Ramos

He had a brief stint with the Dodgers

2020 review: Luke Raley

He’ll be back on the 40-man roster next season

2020 review: Adam Kolarek

The lefty had yet another great season for LA

2020 review: David Price

David Price didn’t pitch for his new team, opting out of the 2020 season, but he still managed to make an impact in his first year with the Dodgers.

2020 review: Gavin Lux

Gavin Lux entered this year as one of the top prospects in baseball and a National League Rookie of the Year favorite, but didn’t play much in 2020.

2020 review: Rocky Gale

The catcher didn’t see big-league action this season

2020 review: Jimmy Nelson

Jimmy Nelson didn’t play a game for the Dodgers, missing the 2020 season after back surgery.

2020 review: Ross Stripling

A look back at the 2020 season for Ross Stripling, who began with the Dodgers but was traded away to make room for some young pitchers in the starting rotation.

2020 review: Joe Kelly

Joe Kelly changed his pitching style in 2020 and was mostly effective when on the mound. He also missed significant time with a shoulder injury, and served a suspension for throwing at the Astros, which earned him a mural in Los Angeles.