It's early in the season and the Dodgers are playing decent baseball (though disappointing by their standards), but it's never too soon to consider trades. Especially when they're employing four outfielders for three spots. And paying three of those four an absurd amount of money.
We know GM Ned Colletti is no stranger to the trading block, and if the Dodgers are struggling around the All-Star break, he might pull the trigger. If he does, chances are he'd unload one of the outfielders and eat most of their contract. Otherwise, it could be a package of prospects for another bat or a swap of bullpen arms.
If a trade does go down, here are three moves Colletti should already have in the back of his mind: