The Los Angeles Dodgers are off to a horrible start in 2013.
Things got worse after a sweep at the hands of the Atlanta Braves over the weekend—a series in which the bullpen squandered leads.
Inevitably, heads are going to roll. And according to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, getting rid of Don Mattingly is a move that needs to happen.
Club executives insist his lame-duck status is not an issue. But I’ve seen it too many times with unproven managers who are in the final years of contracts.
A team struggles. A manager’s personality turns. A cloud forms over a club.
Watch the games, listen to Mattingly and tell me this is not happening to the Dodgers.
If Mattingly is canned, who replaces him?
Here's a look at five candidates the Dodgers will look at.