Los Angeles Dodgers: The 2010s All-Decade Team

ST LOUIS, MO - OCTOBER 18: Clayton Kershaw #22 of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitches in the first inning against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Six of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium on October 18, 2013 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by David E. Klutho/Pool/Getty Images)
ST LOUIS, MO - OCTOBER 18: Clayton Kershaw #22 of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitches in the first inning against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Six of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium on October 18, 2013 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by David E. Klutho/Pool/Getty Images) /
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All-Decade Los Angeles Dodgers Starters Continued

Hyun-Jin Ryu, LHP

  • 2019 All-Star

Hyun-Jin Ryu came back to the Dodgers after accepting the Qualifying Offer and had the best season of his career. Even though 2019 was his best season, he has been a consistent starter for Los Angeles since 2013.

Ryu has won 14 games three times. He posted a 2.32 ERA and led the majors in 2019, coming in second for Cy Young to Jacob deGrom. This was his first All-Star season as well.

Ryu has been a part of their rotation since 2013 and has had a career ERA below 3.0.


Rich Hill, LHP

  • 2016-2019

Rich Hill came to the Los Angeles Dodgers via trade with the Oakland A’s during the 2016 season. Hill has put together a decent career in his late 30’s with LA.

Over 69 game, Hill is 30-16 with a 3.16 ERA, striking out 427 batters over 361.1 innings.

He has been a valuable part of their rotation in the second half of the decade. He is a veteran lefty that can go deep into games.


Walker Buehler, RHP

  • 2019 All-Star

Walker Buehler only has had two full seasons in the majors but is already an elite pitcher. The 24-year-old was an All-Star in 2019, going 14-4 with a 3.26 ERA.

Through 62 games, 53 starts, the young righty is 23-9 with a 3.12 career ERA.

The franchise has a lot of trust in Buehler and his future development. He was the starter of game 1 of the 2019 NLDS.

The next pitcher consider was Alex Wood. His time with the Dodgers was impressive but not as powerful as Buehler’s two seasons.