It's clear with the Los Angeles Dodgers' new ownership—they aren't afraid to spend like the big-market team they are.
Still in the hunt for the postseason, the Dodgers have made big moves by acquiring the likes of Hanley Ramirez, Shane Victorino, Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett, Joe Blanton and Carl Crawford.
Magic Johnson and the Dodgers ownership may look to make more moves, as pitcher Chad Billingsley was put on the 15-day disabled list.
The Los Angeles Times recently reported that Dodgers management fears that Billingsley may be shut down for the season due to inflammation in his right elbow.
MLB rules state that players acquired after August 31 are ineligible for the postseason roster unless they replace an injured player.
Billingsley (10-9) has been stellar for the Dodgers as of late, as he has not given up more than one run in his past three starts.
As Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti looks to make some upgrades in case BIllingsley is shut down, here are five pitchers he should target that can help the boys in blue make a late run into the postseason.