The 2011 season has been disappointing to say the least.
Despite playing .500 baseball since the All-Star break, the San Diego Padres are nowhere close to contending in the division. Injuries to the pitching staff, an underachieving offense and uncharacteristic defensive lapses have led to a severe drop off from the "oh-so close" season of 2010.
With the regular season coming to a close in six weeks and the remaining games becoming an audition for some of the Padres more advanced prospects, the focus starts to turn to the offseason and the moves that the Padres must make to fix the holes and upgrade the roster.
So how do the Padres get back on track and contend in 2012? Here are six moves the Padres need to make to get back to their 2010 form: