The Dodgers are really in a lose-lose situation this season after ballooning their payroll all the way up over $240 million (when including dead money, minor league contract players like Yasiel Puig and Tony Gwynn Jr. and players on the disabled list).
If they are successful, it's because they "bought" a team. If they fail to reach the playoffs, they are endlessly ripped across the media, echoes of "I told you so" and "no team chemistry" bouncing off the walls.
Regardless of whether the Dodgers win 100 games or struggle to reach .500, all of their players—superstars included—will struggle at some point. This team showed it is human in the first series of the year, mustering just seven runs in three games against the Giants, including one home run from ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw.
So taking into account objectivity and that baseball is a crazy sport with a very long season ahead, here is one prediction for every player on the current 25-man roster.