It's been a relatively quiet but expensive offseason for the Los Angels Dodgers compared to years past. Last winter, they signed Hyun-Jin Ryu and Zack Greinke to big contracts. This year, it's been...Jamey Wright?
Though the jury is still out on Masahiro Tanaka and extensions for Clayton Kershaw and Hanley Ramirez, the Dodgers seem to be pretty much set for 2014. The team could definitely bolster the bench a bit and look for a little more starting pitching depth, but the moves it's made so far have shored up the bullpen and filled two holes in the starting infield.
How do the additions and re-signings the Dodgers have made so far grade out? Will they help the team earn a berth in the NLCS or get it to its first World Series since 1988? Or will they have little to no effect on the season in 2014?