The Los Angeles Dodgers have a solid 6-4 record this season, largely due to hot starts from a few key players. With four of the five NL West teams posting winning records through the first 10 games of the 2013 season, those Dodgers must continue to produce if Los Angeles is going to emerge as division champs.

Matt Kemp is still struggling at the plate early on, and Zack Greinke’s broken collarbone is another crushing, early season injury for Los Angeles. There was plenty of uncertainty surrounding the Dodgers entering this season, but there have been some very encouraging signs from the team throughout the first two weeks of the year.

Many of the following Dodgers are playing at levels that are unsustainable over the course of a 162-game season. However, if Los Angeles is going to return to the postseason for the first time since 2009, these seven players need to keep playing at a very high level.

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