The Los Angeles Dodgers enter the 2022 MLB playoffs on Tuesday hoping their spectacular regular season success will translate into postseason glory and that they can officially open up a dynasty discussion.

The Dodgers won a franchise-record 111 games this season to claim their ninth NL West title in 10 years behind outstanding play from Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, Trea Turner and more.

But gnawing at the "Boys in Blue" and their fans is the fact that, despite their decade of dominance, the team has only won one World Series in that span, which came at the end of the 60-game, pandemic-shortened 2020 season.