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The LA Dodgers' New Faces for 2015


After winning the 2014 National League West title in 2014, the Dodgers were swept by the St. Louis Cardinals in the Division Series.

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The Dodgers' New Faces for 2015


The 2014 Dodgers finished 94-68 to win the National League West, but crashed out of the Division Series in four games against St. Louis. Scroll down for a look at some of the Dodgers' off-season roster additions who might help the team take the next step in 2015.

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Jimmy Rollins


Bio:The shortstop spent 15 seasons with Philadelphia before moving to Los Angeles. He batted .243 and scored 76 runs, first among National League shortstops, in 2014.
Did You Know?: Rollins appeared in several MC Hammer and Mavis Staples music videos in the late 80s and early 90s.

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Howie Kendrick


Bio: Infielder Kendrick joins the Dodgers after nine seasons with the Angels. He batted .293 last season and had career bests in hits (181), RBI (75), walks (48) and on-base percentage (.347).

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Brandon McCarthy


Bio: The 31-year-old right-hander went 10-15 with a 4.05 ERA in starts for Arizona and the Yankees in 2014.
Did You Know?: McCarthy and wife Amanda were both named as Sports Illustrated's Top 100 Tweeters in sports in 2013.

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Joc Pederson


Bio: Selected by the Dodgers in the 11th round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft, Pederson spent 2014 with Triple-A Albuquerque.
Did You Know?: Father Stu was drafted by the Dodgers in 1981, brother Tyger also is in the Dodgers organization.

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Yasmani Grandal


Bio: The catcher set career highs in several categories last year with San Diego, including home runs (15), games played (128), hits (85), doubles (19), RBI (49), runs scored (47) and walks (58).

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Brandon Beachy


Bio: The former Atlanta Brave had right elbow surgery last season, his second Tommy John surgery. Beachy has a 3.23 ERA in 46 big league games.

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Brett Anderson


Bio: The left-hander was limited with Colorado last year due to a broken finger. Considered a ground-ball specialist, Anderson will rely heavily on LA's infield in 2015.

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