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Dodgers enter 2020 as World Series favorites

A summary of some preseason projections and rankings, all of which predict the Dodgers returning to the postseason and the favorites to win the World Series.

What can we expect from Julio Urías with no restrictions?

Julio Urías has a secure spot in the Dodgers’ rotation, and 2020 looks like the year he won’t be limited either by the depth chart or concern for his wellbeing. A look at what might be in store.

What to expect from Corey Seager in 2020

A look at expectations for Corey Seager, coming off an above-average season but also below the standard of his first two years. Now after his first fully healthy offseason in three years, a look at how Seager might return to excellence.

Get your Urias pitching line predictions in

Guess the pitching line for Julio Urias in his major league debut against the Mets.

Jack Murphy 2016 profile

An overview of Dodgers non-roster invitee Jack Murphy, one of six catchers in big league camp at Camelback Ranch.

Yasiel Puig 2016 profile

Checking in on Yasiel Puig, primed for a fresh start and a big year in 2016 for the Dodgers

Austin Barnes 2016 profile

Austin Barnes can do more than catch, and his bat could help him end up in the majors for longer in 2016.

Justin Turner 2016 profile

A profile of projected Dodgers everyday third baseman Justin Turner, who is heading into his free agent season coming off knee surgery but looks to be ready by opening day.

Chase De Jong 2016 profile

The Dodgers acquired pitcher Chase De Jong for international slot money in 2015. Now he's in big league camp in spring training for the first time in his career.

Kenley Jansen 2016 profile

A look at Dodgers closer extraordinaire Kenley Jansen as he heads into his walk year, with free agency looming.

Kyle Farmer 2016 profile

A look at catcher Kyle Farmer, in his first big league camp who happens to sell firewood during the offseason.

Clayton Kershaw 2016 profile

A profile of Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers' ace and the best pitcher in baseball, heading into 2016.

2015 profile: Sergio Santos

A look at Dodgers non-roster invitee Sergio Santos, looking to stay healthy after three injured seasons and trying to make the team he grew up rooting for.

2015 profile: Joel Peralta

A look at Joel Peralta, acquired to be a key part in the late innings of the 2015 Dodgers bullpen.

2015 profile: Brandon Beachy

Fresh off a pair of Tommy John surgeries, the Dodgers signed Brandon Beachy as an upside play, someone who could possibly help in both 2015 and 2016, if healthy of course.

2015 profile: Chris Withrow

A 2015 profile of Dodges reliever Chris Withrow, expected to return in the second half of 2015 after Tommy John surgery and back surgery in 2014.

2015 profile: Buck Britton

A look at utility man Buck Britton, trying to make the Dodgers as a non-roster invitee to spring training.

2015 profile: Yasiel Puig

Our 2015 player profiles begin with outfielder Yasiel Puig, loaded with expectations and looking to take that next step.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Javy Guerra

Javy Guerra faces an uphill battle in his campaign to win a roster spot with the Dodgers (or another team) this season, but he is focused on his goal.

Dodgers 2014 Profile: Dee Gordon

Gordon has played second, short and the outfield in preparing for his new role, a role he wants to play this year in Los Angeles

Dodgers 2014 profile: Hanley Ramirez

In 2013 Hanley Ramirez was the Dodgers' best hitter but was limited to just 86 games with various injuries. Simply put, the team is much better when he is on the field. Can he stay healthy enough in 2014?

Dodgers 2014 profile: Chone Figgins

Chone Figgins needs to show he can recover from a disastrous stint in Seattle and a year away from baseball in order to win a utility man job with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Justin Turner

Utility infielder Justin Turner is one of two 29-year-old ex-Mets trying to make the Dodgers opening day roster.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Zach Lee

Lee is in his first big league camp after being named the Dodgers minor league pitcher of the year in 2013.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Nick Buss

A look at Nick Buss, the 27-year-old outfielder on the Dodgers 40-man roster.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Matt Magill

The right-hander hopes to make a bigger impression on the Dodgers in his second big league season.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Brandon League

Brandon League had a down year in 2013 and lost his closer role before the All-Star break. He starts 2014 much further down the Dodgers bullpen depth chart, looking to find his way back into high-leverage situations.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Tim Federowicz

Will 2014 be the first year since 1993 when two catchers that debuted for the Dodgers are the only catchers to play for the team?

Dodgers 2014 profile: Chris Withrow

A look at the right-handed reliever, who made a splash in his first big league season in 2013.

Dodgers 2014 profile: Joc Pederson

An 11th round draft pick in 2010, Joc Pederson has done nothing but perform well as he advanced up to AA in 2013. Now, he waits and plays in the minors in 2014 knowing he could be next in the Dodgers crowded outfield.

Chris Reed, finding the slider

The 2011 first-round pick has pitched in Double-A Chattanooga since June 2012.

Mike Baxter, outfield insurance

Mike Baxter, who the Dodgers claimed off waivers from the Mets on Oct. 17, might be sixth or so on the Dodgers outfield depth chart, but could still see time in the majors this season.