Dave Roberts took the helm, the Los Angeles Dodgers are looking like a team that will mostly be constructed of everyday starters.
Too many players have emerged to be too valuable not to have on the field every day and this Spring has made that even more clear. Clear, sure. Easy decision? No.
The Dodgers roster is very deep. That depth is why they’ve platooned so much, but while platooning may have put the Dodgers in the World Series the past two seasons, they’ve died by the same sword. Now is the time to give consistency, and frankly, peace of mind to the starters by stabilizing the everyday lineup.