2) Josh Hader
The Dodgers bullpen wound up being a strength in 2023 with the team ranking third with a 3.42 bullpen ERA. With that in mind, Los Angeles can turn that from a strength to potentially the best bullpen in all of baseball by bringing one of, if not the, best closers in the game.
The Dodgers have a much bigger need in the rotation, but they can also look to shorten games thanks to their stout bullpen. Adding a guy like Hader to ensure the ninth inning is on lock certainly wouldn't be a bad thing.
The Dodgers can have Evan Phillips pitch the eighth, and guys like Brusdar Graterol and Caleb Ferguson help in the middle innings. It's not a need, but it lengthens out the bullpen so much.
Hader was one star that actually lived up to the billing in 2023. He had a 1.28 ERA and recorded 33 saves for San Diego this season. He was an All-Star and could very easily be the NL Reliever of the Year. If the Dodgers fail to bring in a high-end starter, building a monster bullpen could be their path to winning in 2024. Adding Hader would go a long way there.