Dodgers Surprises, Disappointments, And MVPs From The 2015 Season

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Solid Contributors

Andre Ethier: It was a resurgent year for Ethier, getting the majority of his playing time against left-handed pitchers. In 445 plate appearances, he slashed .294/.366/.486 with 20 doubles and 14 home runs.

Adrian Gonzalez: The steady first baseman appeared in 156 games in 2015, setting career-bests in OPS (.830), home runs (28), and walks (62) since the start of his tenure with the Dodgers in 2012.

Kenley Jansen: Starting his 2015 campaign in mid-May, Jansen finished the regular season with elite numbers across the board: 36 saves; a 2.41 ERA, 2.14 FIP, and 0.78 WHIP in 52.1 innings pitched.

Howie Kendrick: After spending his first nine seasons with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Kendrick was traded to the Dodgers in December and filled the second base void well, recording 137 hits and posting a .746 OPS in 495 plate appearances.

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