If the Dodgers add a long reliever, as general manager Ned Colletti recently said is a possibility, the primary candidate is familiar face Jamey Wright, who served in the role nicely in 2012. Wright, 39 this month, went 5-3 with a 3.72 ERA in 66 appearances for the Dodgers in 2012. But they didn’t bring him back in 2013, when he signed another Minor League contract and had an even better season for Tampa Bay (2-2, 3.09, 66 appearances). He also reached the post-season for the first time in an 18-year career. After re-signing Brian Wilson to set up last week, Colletti said he was still looking for right-handed and left-handed middle relievers, and possibly a long reliever. — Ken Gurnick