The Los Angeles Dodgers have not made a ton of moves this offseason, but there has been a theme surrounding the team’s additions.
To this point, the only players the Dodgers have brought in have been pitchers, both starters and relievers. With a full 162-game season expected to be played this year, L.A. understands better than any organization the importance of pitching depth.
The Dodgers spent the first part of the offseason bolstering their bullpen, bringing in high-upside arms like Corey Knebel, Brandon Morrow, Jimmy Nelson and Tommy Kahnle. They also re-signed one of the key high-leverage arms from a year ago in Blake Treinen.