Los Angeles Dodgers: Rationalizing the Bums' Bullpen for 2013

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Los Angeles Dodgers: Rationalizing the Bums' Bullpen for 2013
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Sixteen men made appearances for relief for the Dodgers in 2012.  Some of whom (Todd Coffey) were injured early and ineffectual when healthy, others (Brandon League, Randy Choate) began the season with other teams and finished in Dodger blue.

The Dodgers will likely have a closer, a long reliever, and five other relievers on their roster at any one time, but with attrition, there will likely be 11 or 12 men who see substantial playing time (In 2012, 11 men pitched 10 or more relief innings for the Bums). 

Of those, it's likely one or two of them will be someone from another team signed on as a free agent, leaving ten spots for men who played for the Dodgers in 2012. 

Here are the 10 men in the Dodgers organization, eight with existing contracts and two who should be resigned, who should receive the most consideration for relief appearances.

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