With 2013 officially in the past and a new baseball season less than 90 days away, the Los Angeles Dodgers have spent the offseason fine-tuning their roster rather than overhauling it. As the old saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
The Dodgers were far from broke last season, coming within two wins of their first World Series appearance in 25 years while boasting the highest payroll in baseball history: $216 million. Although Los Angeles hasn't made any huge splashes this winter, general manager Ned Colletti has worked to plug various holes and bolster a roster that already proved its competence under Don Mattingly in 2013.
While several key additions have the Boys in Blue primed for another deep run in 2014, not everything has come up roses for the team since the end of last season. Let's take a look at the biggest winners and losers of the Los Angeles Dodgers' offseason so far.