The Los Angeles Dodgers and their fans are fully focused on the next round of the postseason as the current second favorite in the National League. While a lot could change, it is expected for the Atlanta Braves and Dodgers to go yet another round in the postseason in one of the more interesting back and forth rivalries in recent memory.
While all of the attention is rightly on the postseason, it is never too soon to look ahead to the offseason and consider what decisions loom for the Dodgers and their front office. After leading the league in trade and free agency moves for so long, the Dodgers took a step back last offseason.
One can hardly blame them considering the payroll and an impressive offense anchored by Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts. The team needed to do very little to be considered a contender and clearly will have a huge advantage in the second round if their starting rotation holds up.
Whether or not a deep postseason run is in store for the Dodgers a tough offseason awaits. With headline free agents set to hit the market, Los Angeles will have a number of tough decisions starting with the team's ace.