4 former Dodgers that could return to LA this winter

Ever since the team's shortened-season title, the front office has gradually deconstructed that winner. It started with letting Kiké Hernández and Joc Pederson 

Even with the NLCS appearance in 2021, it never felt like the Dodgers were winning that year. 

There's obviously no clear-cut solution for the Dodgers to fix what seem to be intangible issues, but maybe welcoming back a few familiar faces 

Ryu might not have been the most memorable Dodger, but he was here from 2013-2019, and finished second in the Cy Young voting 

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Turner's been vocal about how the team left him without a paddle in free agency despite him reiterating that he wanted to return. 

Similar to Ryu, Maeda wasn't an unforgettable Dodger, but he also wasn't irrelevant by any means. He pitched in 137 games across four seasons in LA 

The return of Joctober! The Dodgers need outfield depth. Another lefty bat won't hurt. A clutch bat is. essential. 

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