Los Angeles Dodgers 2015 Season Awards

4 of 7

October 15, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen (74) pitches the ninth inning against New York Mets in game five of NLDS at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Best Reliever- Kenley Jansen

Obviously. The Dodgers bullpen, again, was the weak part of the team. They showed the ability to dominate at times, but there was too much inconsistency for the most part.

Of course, that previous statement excludes the closer, Jansen. When used right, Jansen was nails this season. He gave up a couple awe-inspiring homers and missed the first month of the season, but for the most part was his same dominant self. In 69 low-leverage at-bats, Jansen gave up four homers and a .254/.319/.460 slashline. But he was dominant in high-leverage and medium-leverage situations and finished the season with his second-highest strikeout/9 rate and had a 10:1 K/BB rate.

It wasn’t really hard to be the best reliever on this team, but Jansen is still one of the best closers in baseball. He can give up all the moonshots in the world to Bryce Harper and Mike Trout, as long as they’re in low-leverage situations.

Honorable mention- J.P. Howell, April-Yimi Garcia, end of the season Chris Hatcher

Next: Cy Young