Giants fans know well the struggles of dealing with ahigh-price player who busts on his big contract. Sometimes even if releasingthe player means eating a huge chunk of money, it comes time to part ways.Just ask Aaron Rowand and Miguel Tejada.Now San Franciscosrivals to the south are dealing with a similar problem with a familiar name.Juan Uribe and his three-year, 21 million contract arent working out so well forthe Dodgers. Uribe has played in just 122 games through a year and half withthe Dodgers while dealing with frequent injuries.When he has been healthy enough to play, Uribe hasnt beenmuch better. The 32-year-old infielder has hit .201 over his time with theDodgers with just five home runs and 90 strikeouts.The Dodgers may be forced to make a decision on Uribe soon.With Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier both eligible to come off of the disabled liston Friday, Los Angeleswill need to make room on the roster. Steve Dilbeck of the Los Angeles Timesthinks that could mean the end to Uribes inglorious tenure with the Dodgers.According to Dilbeck, Scott Van Slyke will certainly be sentdown for one of the Dodgers two sluggers. The other roster casualty is lessclear.Recent call-up Luis Cruz is essential at shortstop whilestarter Dee Gordon is out. Despite second baseman Elian Herreras slump hehas just seven hits in his last 51 at-bats Dilbeck writes that he still hasmanager Don Mattinglys favor.That may leave the Dodgers with no one else to dump thanUribe.In two years with the Giants, Uribe hit .266 with 40 homeruns and 140 RBI. The Giants paid him a total of just more than 4 million forhis service, less than he made in just the first season of his deal with theDodgers.To release Uribe, the Dodgers would have to eat around 12million over the rest of this season and all of next year. The Giants ate morethan 15 million to dump Rowand and Tejada.Will the Dodgers pull the trigger?