Despite being one of the biggest spenders in the National League every season, the Dodgers haven't been able to find the right formula for success.
They've created several okay, but not really good, and definitely not great teams since their 1988 World Series winning team.
They won 82 games last year, which kept them over .500 and actually increased their win total from the year before.
The Dodgers have a solid nucleus with Clayton Kershaw, Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier, but management is going to need to make some changes in the offseason if they want to compete with the surging Arizona Diamondbacks, always tough San Francisco Giants and unpredictable Colorado Rockies.
They have several free agents-to-be on their roster, so let's take a look at who may stay and who may go.