How do you fix a team that has lost 100 games twice in three seasons?
That's the glaring question that general manager Jack Zduriencik and manager Eric Wedge are tasked with in 2011.
After a few nice trades and additions propelled the team a giant step forward in 2009, they took another giant step back in 2010. Though most assumed that '09 team overachieved, the additions to the club last season led those same pundits to believe we'd at least see a similar outcome, perhaps even a better one.
With pitchers and catchers doing bullpen sessions and position players trickling in ahead of the mandatory report date this Friday, the team is getting a chance to have a hard, long look at their squad early.
It's a good thing, too, because there are questions that must be answered post-haste.