Los Angeles Dodgers: 10 Sluggers Who Could Replace Manny Ramirez in Their Lineup

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Los Angeles Dodgers: 10 Sluggers Who Could Replace Manny Ramirez in Their Lineup
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Mannywood was alive and well at Dodger Stadium in 2009

The Mannywood era of Dodger baseball came to a close in 2010. Now that the slugger has moved on from the City of Angels, the hunt is on to replace him.

Dipping below 700 total runs scored in 2010 for the first time since 2005, the Dodgers need to improve their offense if they plan on climbing to the top of the National League West once again. Even with Andre Ethier and Matt Kemp, they were a team that was 27th in baseball in home runs at 120 and 24th in RBIs at 621.

For the Dodgers to succeed in 2011, they will need some help from Ned Colletti to improve the offense. Can he lure Princewood to Los Angeles?

Here are 10 potential sluggers who can make Mannywood a thing of the past at Chavez Ravine in 2011.

 

 

 

 

This article was featured on the blog Talking Giants Baseball.


To view a supplemental article on this piece, click here to get to the blog entry.

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