The Dodgers have plenty of offseason issues, but a big bat remains No. 1.
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.
Non-roster right-hander Tim Redding is the latest Dodgers player to suffer an injury during spring training.
The Dodgers show some life with a rally, but can they build on it now?
Despite the 6-5 record, Hiroki Kuroda is the Dodgers' most consistent pitcher.
In a loss at Boston, the Dodgers once again show their interleague ineptitude.
Dodgers hoping this rare off night for the bullpen is an aberration.
In the big picture, Dodgers are still dealing with some issues of concern.