The Los Angeles Dodgers may be in line for significant changes after losing to the St. Louis Cardinals in the NLDS.

As one Dodgers insider put it, "I'm already hearing all kinds of rumblings," about Don Mattingly to a small extent, but especially general manager Ned Colletti.

The Dodgers have a $230 million payroll, but Colletti has been criticized for not assembling an effective bullpen.

"With many different voices in the organization, you never know how or when the power dynamic will shift," writes Andy Martino. "Mattingly did receive a three-year contract extension before this season, which means better job security than 12 months ago. Colletti has so far survived an ownership change, having held the job since late 2005."