4 Dodgers offseason additions we should already be concerned about.
While there is little arguing that the Los Angeles Dodgers' active roster has undergone quite the makeover compared to last year's squad, their early season performances have shown that they still have many different ways to beat any given team.
Except, of course, the division rival Arizona Diamondbacks, who just laid waste to the boys in blue in the form of a three-of-four series win in Arizona.
The Diamondbacks are by no means expected to be contenders this season, but the powerhouse series in which the snakes outscored the Dodgers 29-17 is a significant blow to Los Angeles to start the year.
Of course, Dodgers fans, being the level-headed followers they are, are less than thrilled over how this series went. After all, the Diamondbacks booted them right out of town over this past weekend.
The Dodgers weren't able to land any of the proverbial "big fish" in free agency over the course of the 2022-2023 offseason. Instead, they were able to land a player in the second tier of free agency in JD Martinez and otherwise looked in the bargain bin.
This leads to our next point. Most, if not all, of the new additions have struggled early in the 2023 regular season. The Dodgers are finding out first hand that when you fail to spend at the top of free agency, as they have for many, many years, you get what you pay for.
Let's dive into it. Here are four of the newest Dodgers we're already concerned about.