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Matt Kemp: Oh yes I did! This spot will be short-lived, as Kemp has already started fixing the mechanical flaws in his swing. That's what happens when you spend an entire offseason recuperating instead of playing ball.
But the 0-for-everything streak to start spring training was still worrisome to Dodger fans. As long as he's completely healthy, Kemp will produce in the regular season. But so far, Kemp has been nothing short of disappointing in a small spring training sample size.
Dee Gordon: It seems like just a few days ago that I was raving about how good Gordon looked. Such is the life of a Dodgers fan when it comes to the top prospect.
He was brought up too early last year, and it showed. But there was hope this spring when he started getting on base at a ridiculous clip, stealing bases and just being a general nuisance to the opposing teams.
Since, he's cooled off significantly. While Gordon is still getting on base (.400 OBP) and swiping bags (5 for 5), he's hitting just .211 now.
J.P. Howell: I'm not extremely worried about Howell yet, as he's only tossed three innings in spring ball to this point. But the results haven't been pretty so far.
While Paco Rodriguez was a dependable lefty out of the bullpen late last year, he's still very young and inexperienced. We know about Scott Elbert's injury woes, so Howell is the guy as far as the southpaw relievers go.
A 6.00 ERA and .250 opponent's batting average has to have Dodger fans a little bit on edge.
Clayton Kershaw: Again, there is nothing to worry about here long-term. But Kershaw has looked mediocre in most starts this spring.
That's a bit surprising, too, given that he has 14 strikeouts in 13 innings. But opponents are crushing him for a .352 average so far, resulting in an ERA over 5.50.
While this isn't the Kershaw we're accustomed to seeing, fans can take solace in the fact that pitchers need time in spring training to nail down their mechanics.
Brandon League: My worst fears may be realized sooner than expected. I've mentioned throughout multiple articles that I don't think League is the guy for the closer's role.
I'm hoping that he proves me wrong, but nothing he's done up to this point in spring training is deterring me from thinking Kenley Jansen will be in place closing games before the All-Star break.
Again, it's a small sample size, but League is sporting an ugly 6.00 ERA in three innings so far.
Honorable Mentions: Peter Moylan, Mark Lowe, Tim Federowicz, Alex Castellanos, Hyun-Jin Ryu