For a team expected to contend for a World Series championship, the Los Angeles Dodgers have several injury concerns to deal with.
Of course, the Dodgers made significant additions with their vastly expanded payroll over the past six months, including first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and pitcher Zack Greinke.
But the team's two best players, center fielder Matt Kemp and pitcher Clayton Kershaw, are among the Dodgers players coming off injuries going back to last season. Kemp required surgery on his left shoulder during the offseason.
Where do the Dodgers' injured players stand, with two weeks remaining before the team reports to spring training in Glendale, Ariz.? Here is the latest on the club's six most notable injuries going into the 2013 season.
Note: This list does not include left-hander Ted Lilly, who is recovering from shoulder surgery performed last September. Though he is expected to be ready for spring training, there have been no recent reports on his progress. If information becomes available, this article will be updated accordingly.