The One Thing Each Dodgers Player Hopefully Improved This Offseason

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The One Thing Each Dodgers Player Hopefully Improved This Offseason
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No matter the team—Yankees, defending-champion Giants or our beloved Dodgers—tweaks have to be made every winter and spring to ensure the franchise is competitive again. 

The Dodgers are loaded on paper, but that means nothing without individual player improvements. There's quite a range: Matt Kemp needs to stay healthy, Andre Ethier needs to learn to hit lefties and Dee Gordon needs to learn how to hit anything.

In all seriousness, there are many things each player resolves to work on over the months they aren't in season. And I have things I hope each Dodgers player has worked on in their time off, because this may be a World Series-or-bust type of season.

For the sake of brevity, I've only included players still on the 40-man roster who had major league service time in 2012 as a Dodger.

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