The Los Angeles Dodgers are so deep and so versatile that it is nearly impossible to predict who exactly will be an outfielder for the Dodgers in 2019.
One of the biggest things that the Los Angeles Dodgers front office has focused on under Andrew Friedman has been making the Dodgers the deepest team in the National League while also being the most flexible.
The front office has certainly accomplished that as the Dodgers have a projected 25-man roster that is very deep and the team has multiple guys that can play two or more positions. It is a valuable thing for a team to have a utility guy that can play anywhere, the Dodgers have several of those guys.
Because of this, it has created the same problem that the Dodgers have seemingly had over the last six years: too many talented outfielders and only three spots to play them in.
Matt Kemp, Joc Pederson, Chris Taylor, Yasiel Puig Enrique Hernandez and Cody Bellinger all spent time in the outfield last season. Alex Verdugo is knocking on the door from AAA, as is Andrew Toles and there is the obvious megastar in Bryce Harper on the market, which could complicate things.
It is going to be nearly impossible to predict exactly who will be starting at all three outfield positions come Opening Day. And while I may end up way off from what actually happens, here is what I think the Los Angeles Dodgers should do with the crowded outfield this winter.