A Position-by-Position Breakdown of the Los Angeles Dodgers at Spring Training

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A Position-by-Position Breakdown of the Los Angeles Dodgers at Spring Training
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Dodgers kicked off intrasquad action this past weekend at Camelback Ranch in Arizona as spring is officially in the air, although winter doesn't officially end for a few more weeks.

After coming two wins short of the World Series last season, the team has decided not to mess with something promising. Most of the Dodgers' offseason moves were minor deals that bolstered the bullpen or back end of the starting rotation.

Aside from the loss of last year's starting second baseman Mark Ellis to free agency and the return of center fielder Matt Kemp from injury, the 2014 Dodgers' lineup won't look too different from the one that last season put together one of the most impressive summer runs in baseball history on its way to winning the National League West for the first time in four years.

Assuming general manager Ned Colletti doesn't make any drastic moves and enters the regular season with the ultimate insurance of keeping four elite outfielders on the roster in Kemp, Carl Crawford, Yasiel Puig and Andre Ethier, the starting lineup shapes up to be one of the most formidable in baseball on paper.

The following slides offer a position-by-position breakdown of what the Boys in Blue have in store for 2014, both offensively and defensively.

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