Mark J. Rebilas-USA Today Sports
Key additions: Too many to list
Key losses: P Todd Coffey, 3B Adam Kennedy, 1B Juan Rivera, OF Bobby Abreu, OF Shane Victorino
What to expect: Winning baseball appears to be back in Dodgertown. If Matt Kemp can stay healthy and regain his 2011 form, the Dodgers will definitely compete, if not win the NL West. Even if Kemp doesn't recover his form they'll still compete.
Magic Johnson and Co. haven't been shy opening their wallets and spending the money that they believe will turn this team into a winner. The Dodgers probably have the best hitting outfield in the majors with Kemp, Carl Crawford coming back from injury and Andre Ethier. There shouldn't be a shortage of high batting averages and RBI at Dodger Stadium this year.
The Dodgers are probably the best team in the majors, on paper. With a bolstered pitching staff and what appears to be one of the more dangerous hitting lineups in the major leagues, Chavez Ravine could be hoisting division, or even National League Championship banners once again.