For Dodgers reliever Javy Guerra, the first goal for 2013 is to stay healthy, after a 2012 that saw him have two different surgeries. He had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in June, then in November had arthroscopic surgery to clean up bursitis in his right shoulder. Those surgeries sandwiched an oblique strain that kept him out for nearly all of September.

"My knee transitioned into my oblique, and I tore my oblique in September as well. That also led to the shoulder. It was a combination of all three," Guerra said. "More than anything, I'm just happy we're passed it, we're at a good point now. Everything is good, looking forward to competition in camp."