The Los Angeles Dodgers ended April with a very appropriate 13-13 record. The .500 record was fitting because the first month of the MLB season provided as much hope as it did frustration for Dodgers fans.

While some of Los Angeles’ most important players got off to fantastic starts, others stumbled out of the gate. Injuries have also decimated the roster, just as it did during the second half of the 2012 season.

The Dodgers enter tonight’s three-game series in San Francisco a game under .500 at 13-14. However, they trail the Giants by just 2.5 games in the NL West standings.

Los Angeles is only 3.5 games behind the division-leading Colorado Rockies, who are off to a surprising 17-11 start.

The Dodgers still have 135 games remaining, so it is way too early to overreact to the good or the bad results thus far. Here are the 10 biggest winners and losers in Los Angeles after the first month of the season.

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