With only one bit of business still left to conduct (the Masahiro Tanaka negotiations), the Los Angeles Dodgers’ offseason is just about over. They’ve shored up the back of their rotation, re-signed their big free agents and set themselves for the future.
In fact, by all accounts, they’ve had a very successful winter. Bringing back Juan Uribe filled the one big potential hole, and extending Clayton Kershaw took care of the one big cloud hanging over the front office.
So, given that we’re just under a month away from the beginning of spring training, let’s take a look at the winners and losers of the Dodgers' offseason.