New Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti attended his revamped club's first week worth of games before returning to Los Angeles from Philadelphia on Sunday evening. On Tuesday, Colletti offered a succinct summation of what he had witnessed. "I see some good things, and I see a couple of areas that I still think need to get sorted out," he said. "But I think the people are there to sort them out." Colletti is talking to other clubs about possible trades, but that is nothing out of the ordinary, and it doesn't appear that any deal is imminent. While he wouldn't say it, it is clear two areas he would like to shore up are left field and the starting rotation.
Colletti Talking Trade To Fill L.A. Holes