There’s not much to complain about when examining the Dodgers infield. The team has all their bases covered in this category, so to speak. There are veterans like Justin Turner and Logan Forsythe, young studs such as Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager, and a super utility player that can do it all in Chris Taylor. Taylor is similar to his teammate Enrique Hernandez in that he can be used all over the diamond on defense – infield and outfield – to provide his manager with versatility.
Tim Locastro would make this roster as a backup middle infielder and pinch runner. Called up for a cup of coffee last year, Locastro can also play second base. However, if a free agent infielder, veteran or otherwise, were to sign before now and the start of the season, this might complicate things for Locastro.
Cody Bellinger, First Base
Logan Forsythe, Second Base/Third Base
Corey Seager, Shortstop
Justin Turner, Third Base
Chris Taylor, Infielder/Utility
Tim Locastro, Shortstop/Infielder