Los Angeles Dodgers 2021-2022 Offseason Tracker

Adam Weinrib
PHOENIX, ARIZONA - SEPTEMBER 24: Corey Seager #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers looks on prior to the MLB game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on September 24, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images)
PHOENIX, ARIZONA - SEPTEMBER 24: Corey Seager #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers looks on prior to the MLB game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on September 24, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images) /
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The 2021 MLB season has ended, and the Los Angeles Dodgers are … not atop the mountain, as they were at the end of the previous year.

Did you enjoy that feeling? Did you like Clayton Kershaw running in from the bullpen triumphantly instead of sitting on the quiet back portion of the bench, just out of view? Us, too. Time to get to work.

It’s difficult to repeat in this sport, which Los Angeles fans can take solace in. After all, the Braves just became the ninth distinct champion in nine years, which is nearly unheard of. Parity reigns … as difficult as that is to hear.

Luckily, Los Angeles will have plenty of opportunities to regain control of their kingdom this offseason, as well as a multitude of huge decisions to make as they attempt to prioritize their high-dollar contracts and ditch the internet troll they willingly gave a record deal to last summer.

Who stays? Who goes? We won’t find out just yet, but we’re officially on notice.

Dodgers Free Agency Tracker

Stay tuned here with any updates! The offseason is under attack as we wait for a new CBA, but also … Tucker Barnhart got traded minute one? So you simply never know when it’ll hitcha.

Dodgers Free Agents Lost

None of the major ones yet! But keep your eyes open. It could take months to get a decision on Corey Seager, but he’s now officially a free agent. So’s Clayton Kershaw, but hopefully not for long.

Dodgers Rumors

Dodgers Payroll 2022

Los Angeles Dodgers Active 2022 payroll as of today: $162,925,000

This figure does not count Trevor Bauer’s suspended salary of $35.3 million.

Los Angeles Dodgers 2022 projected payroll ceiling: Limitless? The Dodgers are an estimated $37,753.509 below the luxury tax threshold, but will likely obliterate it yet again.

Available to spend: $60,000,000?

Via Spotrac

Dodgers Top Prospects 2022

Via MLB Pipeline:

  1. Diego Cartaya, C
  2. Ryan Pepiot, RHP
  3. Michael Busch, 2B
  4. Bobby Miller, RHP
  5. Andy Pages, OF
  6. Miguel Vargas, 3B
  7. Andre Jackson, RHP
  8. Landon Knack, RHP
  9. Clayton Beeter, RHP
  10. Wilman Diaz, SS
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