The Dodgers seemed to sure up a need in their bullpen this afternoon with the acquisition of reliever George Sherrill, but according to ESPN.com's Jayson Stark, the Dodgers may not be done yet.
Stark notes that the Dodgers may still be looking to add another reliever, preferably a right-hander.
He mentions that the Dodgers could be interested in Seattle reliever Mark Lowe, Pirates reliever Matt Capps, Blue Jays reliever Jason Frasor, and a pair of Reds relievers in David Weathers and Arthur Rhodes.
It's been well documented that the Dodgers bullpen has been heavily overworked this year, so the idea of continuing to add depth certainly makes sense.
Of the group listed I would think Lowe and Frasor would be the most likely candidates, mostly because of their production and their club friendly contracts.