The Los Angeles Dodgers have consistently been one of the top teams in the league for quite some time. Yet, despite all their success, the Boys in Blue have yet to capture their first World Series title since 1988.
Last year saw the team reach an unprecedented level, winning the most regular-season games in franchise history. As we all know, though, none of that translated to the postseason as they lost in the NLDS to the eventual world champion Washington Nationals.
So, Dodgers Nation was curious what fans think are the most important issues to be addressed by Andrew Friedman and company this offseason.
What’s the most important issue to address this off-season?
— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) November 14, 2019
At 47%, the most votes went towards improving the bullpen and reasonably so.
Bullpen has been the most important issue since 2017. And unfortunately, it’s been neglected.
— Jason Bolt (@teachnssgrad) November 15, 2019
In today’s game the relievers are as important as the starters. I can remember when if the starter was effective you would probably only use a closer instead of 3 relievers in which one was bound to be ineffective thereby wasting…