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2022 Dodgers season reviews

The Los Angeles Dodgers had 64 players on the 40-man roster during the 2022 season, beginning with the start off spring training through the end of the playoffs. That includes 51 players who appeared in at least one game. We review the season for every single player here.

2022 review: Jake Lamb

Jake Lamb has struggled to find a home since leaving the Diamondbacks in 2020 and made a quick stop with the Dodgers in 2022.

2022 review: AJ Pollock

AJ Pollock was a Dodger in 2022, very briefly. Traded to the White Sox in the last week of spring training for closer Craig Kimbrel.

2022 review: Heath Hembree

Or "The traveler from Pittsburgh in San Diego." True Blue LA’s Michael Elizondo recounts his experience watching Heath Hembree pitch in San Diego.

2022 review: Daniel Hudson

Daniel Hudson was the Dodgers most trusted high-leverage reliever, putting together a tremendous year before tearing his ACL in June, ending his season.

2022 review: Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor had the worst season of his six-year Dodgers career in 2022, a season that was marred by offseason elbow surgery then a broken foot and pinched nerve in his neck.

2022 review: Ryan Pepiot

Or "A diamond in the rough going forward." True Blue LA’s Michael Elizondo recounts his experience watching Ryan Pepiot start in Milwaukee.

2022 review: Julio Urías

Julio Urías remained consistent as ever in his seventh season with the Dodgers.

2022 review: Jake Amaya

Shortstop Jake Amaya made his way to Triple-A in his first season on the Dodgers 40-man roster thanks to strong defense and above-average offense.

2022 review: Rylan Bannon

Or "Why Tony Wolters and Rylan Bannon are linked." TrueBlueLA’s Michael Elizondo addresses the loose end caused by Tony Wolters’ call-up during the 2022 season in Kansas City.

2022 review: Jorbit Vivas

Jorbit Vivas was added to the Dodgers’ 40-man roster in November 2021, then made the Midwest League All-Star team for High-A Great Lakes in 2022.

2022 review: Jake Reed

Or "One of the best fleeting stories of the year." True Blue LA’s Michael Elizondo recounts his experience watching Jake Reed pitch in Denver.

2022 review: Robbie Erlin

Veteran left-hander Robbie Erlin signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers in February, then pitched in two major league games for them in May. Here’s a look at Erlin’s 2022 season.

2022 review: Eddy Alvarez

Eddy Alvarez, a two-time Olympic medalist, made the majors with the Dodgers in 2022, and even added right field, a new position, to his bag of tricks this season.

2022 review: Tommy Kahnle

Tommy Kahnle was one of the Dodgers’ best relievers in 2022 when healthy. But elbow injuries limited him to just 13 games.

2022 review: Stefen Romero

Outfielder Stefen Romero was active for three games with the Dodgers in 2022, but did not play.

2022 review: Beau Burrows

Right-hander Beau Burrows pitched all season in Triple-A Oklahoma City, but was added to the Dodgers’ 40-man roster on the final day of the regular season.

2022 review: Shane Greene

Veteran right-hander Shane Greene joined the Dodgers for a second straight year, pitched in one game in the majors for Los Angeles, and earned the win with two scoreless innings.

2022 review: Garrett Cleavinger

Or "Missed it by that much." True Blue LA’s Michael Elizondo recounts his experience missing Garrett Cleavinger pitch in a Dodger uniform in 2022 because Elizondo was cold and wet, and did not want to miss the last train back to his hotel.

2022 review: Andrew Heaney

A look back at Andrew Heaney’s 2022 season with the Dodgers.

2022 review: Andre Jackson

Or the Inaugural Eric Stephen Award Winner. True Blue LA’s Michael Elizondo recounts his experiences watching Andre Jackson’s season debut in 2022.

2022 review: Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw had several moments of brilliance to appreciate in 2022, and the Dodgers left-hander was even able to stop and smell the roses.

2022 review: Tony Wolters

Or "The other OTHER catcher the Dodgers used this year." TrueBlueLA’s Michael Elizondo recounts his experiences watching Tony Wolters in his only appearances during the 2022 season in Kansas City.

2022 review: Eddys Leonard

A look at the 2022 season for Dodgers shortstop Eddys Leonard, who played all year at High-A Great Lakes in his first year on the 40-man roster.

2022 review: Joey Gallo

The Dodgers’ main trade acquisition for the offense has a mostly forgettable tenure in 2022 after being literally chased out of New York. True Blue LA’s Michael Elizondo recounts his experiences watching Joey Gallo strike out a lot and getting the parts of the fanbase twitterpated.

2022 review: Victor González

Dodgers left-hander Victor González has elbow surgery in May and ended up not pitching in the majors in 2022. He had minor league rehab games in Triple-A in August and September but never made it back up to LA.

2022 review: Max Muncy

Max Muncy played third base and second base for the Dodgers and had a rollercoaster of a season, working his way back from an elbow injury.

2022 review: James Outman

James Outman appeared in four games in Los Angeles in 2022. They were memorable, to say the least.

2022 review: Freddie Freeman

A look back at Freddie Freeman’s excellent 2022 season, the first year of his six-year contract with the Dodgers.

2022 review: Carson Fulmer

The Dodgers selected pitcher Carson Fulmer in the minor league portion of the 2021 Rule 5 Draft, and he was active for two days during the 2022 season. But he did not pitch in the majors this season.

2022 review: Ian Gibaut

A review of the 2022 season of Ian Gibaut, who was active for two days on the Dodgers roster but did not pitch.

2022 review: Chris Martin

The Dodgers acquire reliever Chris Martin at the trade deadline, and he was excellent down the stretch, pounding the strike zone with a minuscule ERA in his time with Los Angeles.