The Los Angeles Dodgers are off to a fabulous 12-3 start.
Matt Kemp is putting up unreal numbers once again and showing why he is baseball’s most versatile player.
Andre Ethier has also been fantastic coming back from an injury. And the outfield's pair of two-time Gold Glove winners have more runs batted in than both the Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Phillies’ entire rosters.
Even so, there is still a lot that the Dodgers need if they want to contend thorughout the season. Players are going to cool down, and the competition is only going to get tougher.
So, Los Angeles must prepare its roster to fight off whatever is thrown its way, when the dog days of summer hit.
Outside of Kemp, Ethier and reigning NL Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers can still do a lot to make themselves one of the most feared teams in all of baseball.
In this slideshow I will highlight the three adjustments Don Mattingly’s club must make in order to have a chance to play for their first title in 24 years.