The excitement around baseball is building because spring training is less than a month away. Players have been signed and traded to different teams in the offseason, which makes spring training a crucial time to get comfortable with your new team.
If injury plagued a player, then this is the time where the baseball world gets to see if they are back to full health.
Spring training for the Los Angeles Dodgers will be a time for fans' questions to be answered. Last season, the Dodgers finished with an 86-76 record, which was just two games back from a wild card spot.
This year, the expectations are high with the talent on the field and depth in the pitching rotation.
Here are five things to watch when the Dodgers hit the field for spring training.