The winter slumber is officially over.
The Los Angeles Dodgers welcomed pitchers and catchers to their spring training complex at Camelback Ranch in Arizona this past weekend as another baseball season is just around the corner.
Spring training is a time for established players to shake off the rust and for younger players to showcase what they worked on during the offseason in the hopes of turning heads within the organization.
For a veteran-laden team like the Dodgers, most of the 25-man roster is intact and ready for another crack at a World Series appearance after having come so close last season. But some spots are still up for grabs and players on the bubble should have more than a little to prove in the coming month and a half.
The following slides take a look at these players, the ones who will be clawing to make the final cut and travel to Sydney, Australia for the Dodgers' Opening Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks on March 22. Some have a better chance than others, so read on to find out which hopefuls are likely to earn a trip down under.