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Dodgers: How Many World Series Titles Will LA Win Over the Next 10 Years?

As you know, predicting baseball is a fool’s errand. It’s also the most common activity of sportswriters during the offseason. When they’re not writing about which team Carlos Correa signed with today, they’re writing about what’s going to happen in the coming season.

Or, in the case of Will Leitch at, what’s going to happen in the next ten seasons. Leitch predicted who will win the World Series in each of the next ten years, and he has the Dodgers appearing in the Fall Classic twice and winning one of them.

Before we get into the details, it’s interesting to note that Leitch has ten different teams winning it all over the next ten years. That has only happened once in MLB history, when the Yankees, Pirates, Phillies, Dodgers, Cardinals, Orioles, Tigers, Royals, Mets, and Twins won it in order from 1978-87. So even if baseball wasn’t impossible to predict, we could safely guess these predictions weren’t going to come true.

Anyway, let’s see what Leitch has predicted for the Dodgers. First of all, he has L.A. winning it all this year, beating the Blue Jays in the 2023 World Series.

2023: Dodgers over Blue Jays
It would be incredibly fitting if the Dodgers, after falling short with two absolutely titanic teams, won a World Series after an offseason in which they were widely criticized for not making enough major moves. Even stripped down from last year — and it’s kind of hilarious to use that term when you’re referring to this fantastic Dodgers team — Los Angeles is still arguably the class of the National League, and, you know, the whole point of having a great team every year is that, one of these days, you’re going to get hot in the playoffs and win the whole thing. (Which of course happened in 2020 for the Dodgers.) As for the American League, the Blue Jays were good in 2022 but still felt like they underperformed. Here’s betting on a season this time where everything lands exactly right. (Get on the Vlad Jr. MVP train while you can, folks.)

That would be fitting, and it’s nice to see a national writer remembering that, despite the slow offseason, the Dodgers still have a very good team heading into the 2023 season.

Leitch has Los Angeles reaching the World Series one other time:

2028: Orioles over Dodgers
Yes, yes, I’m one of those long-term Orioles believers. If you want to excuse their lack of spending this year as a way of making sure nobody stands in the way of their future prospects — and I kinda, sorta, want to do that — then 2027 would be about the time it would really pay off. Adley Rutschman will turn 30 in 2027, for what it’s worth. As for the Dodgers, well, let’s not forget that they have a trove of prospects who will be maturing around this time, and I love the idea of them having Shohei Ohtani as well. He’ll only be 34, and whether he’ll be pitching, hitting or doing both, he’ll be doing it better than just about everyone else on Earth. But the story here is Baltimore. You’ve earned this, Orioles fans.

Around the rest of the NL West, Leitch has the Giants beating the Yankees in the 2025 World Series and … that’s it. Even in Will Leitch’s imagination where a different team wins the World Series every year, the Padres can’t even get there.

Jeff Snider

Jeff was born into a Dodgers family in Southern California and is now raising a Dodgers family of his own in Utah. During his previous career as an executive at a technology company, he began writing about baseball in his spare time. After leaving corporate America in 2014, he started doing it professionally. Jeff wrote and edited for Baseball Essential for years before joining Dodgers Nation. He's also the co-host of the Locked On Dodgers podcast, a daily podcast that brings the smart fan's perspective on our Boys in Blue. Jeff has a degree in English from Brigham Young University. Favorite Player: Clayton Kershaw Favorite Moment: Kirk Gibson's homer will always have a place, but Kershaw's homer on Opening Day 2013 might be the winner.


  1. Well, If we could get Cap’n Crunch to stop making GUARANTEES the Dodgers winning the WS. I think it’s a possibility we can succeed. Let me see here 3 trips to the WS came out with 1 ring. That sounds about right. We’re a juggernaut during the regular season. But when its postseason time we’re jiggernauts. Y’all stop playin’…

  2. Well, let’s see. The Dodgers have won 1 World Series over the past 30 years. I might be going out on a limb but the probability for even 1 WS title over the next 10 years is quite low.

  3. Zero, as long as Roberts, Kasten and Friedman are running things. The Dodgers are doing the same thing the Atlanta Braves did in the 90’s under Kasten they mix young talent with a mixture of dependable veterans, they win divisions but never make the big move to get over the hump. And Roberts is a puppet, if he continues to manage from Friedman book instead of game feel they won’t win.

  4. Winning in ‘23? I’ll take the rest of mlb on that bet. They might get the last wild card if everything goes their way this year.

  5. And the consensus says 0 with Roberts. Just like every Dodger fan I know feels the same way. The moral is low because they keep the same post season losing formula. We had a chance to get Dusty Baker, and also Bob Melvin. The Dodgers will continue to watch those 2 hoist Trophies and titles until they rid themselves of DR….

  6. managers, women and relief pitchers have one thing in common: you might know what’s wrong with the one you’ve got, but you don’t know what might be wrong with the next one you bring in.

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