The Los Angeles Dodgers can stand pat the rest of the offseason and they'd still be viewed as big winners of the MLB free agency. But just because Los Angeles bagged not just Shohei Ohtani and Yoshinobu Yamamoto, it doesn't mean the Dodgers front office is going to sit on its laurels and call it a day.

In the words of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, the job is not finished.

During a recent interview with SportsNet LA's Kirsten Watson, Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten said that Los Angeles will still be going down to work, as the club's pursuit for a bigger offseason continues.

Apart from Ohtani and Yamamoto, the Dodgers have also recently acquired pitcher Tyler Glasnow via a trade with the Tampa Bay Rays. They also got Manuel Margot through that deal that had Los Angeles sending Ryan Pepiot and Jonny DeLuca to the American League East division club.

Although fans of other teams are not happy with how the Dodgers have been stacking up great talents in the offseason, Los Angeles can't be blamed for trying to get better — at least on paper. They have the resources and they're using it to build the best possible roster they can.

After winning a total of 211 games over the last two seasons and zero World Series titles to show, the Dodgers are going all out and pushing all their chips to the center of the table with the mission to get back on top of the big leagues again.