OF Andy Pages
The outfield was viewed as a potential weakness of the Dodgers after L.A. signed Ohtani and announced Mookie Betts would be transitioning to a full-time role at second base. But then the Dodgers signed Teoscar Hernández and traded for Manuel Margot, seemingly filling that gap in the roster.
Andy Pages, however, has been waiting for his chance to factor into the major league roster for a long time. His ETA to make his debut was 2023, but Pages has still never seen any action in MLB.
There will be a time this year when Pages' services are needed, and I think the player once seen as the future in the outfield will make a big impact when given his chance. Pages' year was cut short after only one game in Triple-A last year due to injury, but in 33 Double-A games, he had a .925 OPS and 12 doubles. Although his call-up might not come until later in the year due to his recovery, I think when Pages is healthy, he will be ready to step up.