Dee Gordon (winner)
For most of the winter, most assumed that Cuban defector Alex Guerrero was going to be the Opening Day second baseman for the Dodgers despite having never played a single inning in the majors.
Injuries derailed Guerrero's development and opened the door for Dee Gordon to revive his Dodgers career at second base. Los Angeles decided to have Guerrero begin the season in the minors, which was a huge win for Gordon.
The lanky shortstop-turned-second baseman has started all three games of the Dodgers' domestic schedule so far and has compiled a .385 batting average to boot. It seems like second base will be his position to lose.
Andre Ethier (loser)
One of four Dodgers outfielders who will be fighting for three spots, Andre Ethier has not made the most of his guaranteed starts so far. He is batting .211 with no extra-base hits and six strikeouts in Los Angeles' five games this season.
Matt Kemp is expected to return to the lineup on Friday, according to MLB.com's Ken Gurnick. With Kemp back in the fold, either Yasiel Puig, Carl Crawford or Ethier will be forced to sit. Puig is batting .250 with a home run, and Crawford enters the weekend at .308. These stats seemingly leave Ethier as the odd man out, especially considering his struggles against left-handed pitching.