The MLB winter meetings will take place this week in Florida, and the Los Angeles Dodgers have a lot of work to do. Despite a flurry of moves that brought Juan Uribe, Jon Garland and Rod Barajas to LA, the Dodgers have holes to fill in left field and in the bullpen.
They also need to address the somewhat unsteady production they got from first baseman James Loney and center fielder Matt Kemp in 2010.
General manager Ned Colletti has plenty to do, as the Dodgers are still not ready to usurp the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants yet. The team's ability to challenge San Francisco and Colorado for NL West supremacy may hinge on how well Colletti does this week.
Read on for five moves the Dodgers need to make, or at least explore, in order to become favorites in the West in 2011.