Check out where players on the Los Angeles Dodgers ranked among ESPN's top 500 players of 2012.
ESPN's fantasy experts offer up their sleepers and busts for the 2012 fantasy baseball season.
Dodgers have precious few spots up for grabs this spring.
Dodgers 2012 season depends on rebound season from veterans.
Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti has hopes for the winter meetings, but the team's financial situation makes it difficult.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are close to an agreement with free-agent infielder Adam Kennedy, according to multiple sources. Length and terms of the deal weren't immediately available.
The real work for the Dodgers -- their management, that is -- begins now.
If Hiroki Kuroda doesn't return, the Dodgers' rotation will certainly suffer .
With young talent stepping up, the future of the Dodgers still looks bright.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses hitters who historically tear it up in September, as well as a few who struggle.
After a break-even road trip, L.A. is better now than when it left .
Blake and Uribe may be the veterans, but Miles and Carroll should be playing.
The Royals promoted Mike Moustakas from Triple-A Omaha and inserted the prized prospect into their starting lineup against the Los Angeles Angels.
Matthew Berry offers up 10 names of players not to give up on this fantasy baseball season.
Eric Karabell determines which rookies or breakout players, such as Ben Zobrist and Gordon Beckham, are legit, and then offers other interesting tidbits.
Jason Grey takes a look at the top 100 fantasy prospects for the 2009 season. In Part 2, Grey kicks off the list with 2008 first-round pick Gordon Beckham.