The Los Angeles Dodgers saw their season come to an end Tuesday after losing Game 4 of the NLDS to the St. Louis Cardinals. Despite winning the NL West for the second consecutive year, the Dodgers again fell short of their goal of winning the World Series.

With the off-season underway for the Dodgers, the team’s future remains a bit of a mystery. There could be a shake up with the returns of general manager Ned Colletti not yet confirmed. The same can be said for manager Don Mattingly, though he said he believes he’ll return, which is a sentiment that’s been backed by recent reports.

As for players, shortstop Hanley Ramirez and catcher A.J. Ellis enter the off-season with questions surrounding their contracts. The two were key parts in the Dodger lineup and any potential losses could be damaging.

Here are the past week’s other biggest stories:

MLB News: Players Want To Be Heard In Pace Of Game Changes

Yasiel Puig’s Attorney Asks Federal Judge To Dismiss Lawsuit

Matt Carpenter Says Dodgers Were Probably The Better Team

Team Chemistry Didn’t Worry Don Mattingly

Dodgers Rumors: Puig’s Benching Tied To Effort And Focus

Clayton Kershaw Advocates For A.J. Ellis

Mattingly Discusses NLDS Game 3 Regret

Dodgers Among Teams Interested In Cuba’s Yasmani Tomas

Hanley Ramirez Tweets He Hopes To Remain With Dodgers

Mattingly Reflects On Kershaw’s ‘World Series Or Bust’ Mantra

Dodgers Rumors: Puig Being Shopped, Cubs Among Teams Interested

Mattingly Believes Contract Situation Affected Hanley Ramirez

Don Mattingly ‘Assuming’ He Will Remain Dodgers Manager

Dodgers Rumors: Ned Colletti On Hot Seat, Don Mattingly Safe

Dodgers Have Mixed Perceptions Of Cardinals Following Elimination

Kemp Maintains Kershaw Is Best Pitcher In Baseball

Carl Crawford Doesn’t Believe Dodgers ‘Underachieved’

Brian Wilson Exercises Option For 2015

Josh Beckett To Retire With Dodgers Eliminated From Playoffs

Matt Kemp Explains Comfort In Right Field

Greinke Told Ellis He’d Trade Him To Improve Team

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