The Dodgers had a questionable bullpen for much of the 2019 season, despite leading the National League in reliever ERA (3.85; tied with San Francisco). Kenta Maeda, normally a starter, was the best reliever they had in the postseason but he goes back to the rotation in 2020.
With the very possible loss of Hyun-Jin Ryu and Rich Hill from the 2019 rotation, some bullpen pieces will be given the opportunity to be starters. So far, the Dodgers have signed Blake Treinen as a free agent to add a new option to the bullpen. This article will take a look at all the bullpen options that are in the organization as of this writing.
The following bullpen options are most likely to be on the Opening Day roster and to be relied upon for key roles right out of the box. One thing, is that most come with some type of question mark.