It's been a long season for the Dodgers and it's only mid-June.
Sixty-eight games into the season, the Dodgers are stuck in the quicksand of a last-place slot in the National League West with a 29-39 record.
Disappointment is one thing; having the highest payroll in major-league history and sitting 10 games below .500 is an entirely different level of disappointment that would be called failure if there weren't 94 games left to play in the season.
While the Dodgers' season has been filled with a few bright spots (e.g. Kershaw, Ryu, Gonzalez, Puig), there have been a long list of disappointments for the Boys in Blue so far.
Let's take a look at the highest on that list.