With each MLB season comes a barrage of injuries, and the 2013 season has been no exception thus far.
In many cases, those injuries can theoretically change the fortunes of teams as well. The Los Angeles Dodgers are a prime example—Zack Greinke, Chris Capuano and Chad Billingsley are on the disabled list, leaving the Dodgers to scramble for rotation replacements.
Those injuries will not only have an impact on the Dodgers but on the entire NL West Division. It's how Dodgers' management reacts to the injuries that could make the difference between a playoff run or a season of despair.
One way the Dodgers could answer back is via the trade market, but it would likely have to be a significant deal to make any kind of a major impact.
Here is one blockbuster deal for four contending MLB teams currently dealing with significant injuries to players that could potentially help to salvage their season.
Are any of these deals likely to happen? Not likely—blockbuster deals just don't happen this time of year. But they are potential fixes nonetheless.