Possible Solutions for the Dodgers' Early-Year Problems

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Possible Solutions for the Dodgers' Early-Year Problems
Jeff Chiu
The Yasiel Puig saga has reached epic proportions.

The Los Angeles Dodgers are off to a 10-6 start, including a stellar 8-3 road record, and are tied atop the NL West along with the San Francisco Giants.

But their .625 winning percentage—which currently has them on pace for 101 wins—masks some early struggles that could doom the Dodgers’ chances of repeating as division champs.

Dodgers fans already know that this team can overcome adversity. This year’s early-season woes are nothing in comparison with what last year’s club overcame while battling through a 20-32 start.

However, a combination of bad luck, bad play and some Hollywood-esque drama has created a few reasons to be concerned about a team with World Series aspirations.

Here are six early-season problems that could spoil the Dodgers' postseason plans, along with some potential ways to cure what ails them.

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