Wish list: What do the 30 teams need, post-Winter Meetings?

Wish list: What do the 30 teams need, post-Winter Meetings?

The 2014 Winter Meetings were among the most active in recent memory, with a number of names -- both big and small -- on the move. Here's a quick look at what every team still needs to accomplish this offseason, with a link to each club's complete offseason breakdown.

With Howie Kendrick traded to the Dodgers, the Angels will need to find a way to replace his production. More >

GM Jeff Luhnow said he wants to find a middle-of-the-rotation starter and some help for the left side of the infield, which could involve a Jed Lowrie reunion. More >

The A's are theoretically set at every position, but they could use an upgrade in the middle infield, and they lack a true outfield power bat after the recent trade of Brandon Moss. More >

Blue Jays
The Blue Jays need a couple relievers, including a closer, and have dangled catcher Dioner Navarro in trades. More >

Atlanta needs to add one more starting pitcher, and the Braves could accomplish that by trading Evan Gattis and/or Justin Upton. More >

GM Doug Melvin wants to fill out his bullpen, but he'll look for diamonds in the rough, a la Zach Duke from 2014, as opposed to multiyear deals. More >

The Redbirds are prepared to give youngsters Carlos Martinez and Marco Gonzales rotation spots, but they could still add a veteran starter. Just don't believe those Max Scherzer rumors you might have heard. More >

Cubs' outlook vastly improved

The Cubs added rotation power and now they need some depth and experience. Jonny Gomes, who played for Joe Maddon in Tampa, is a logical target. More >

Arizona has made a lot of moves, but its most glaring hole remains behind the plate after trading Miguel Montero to the Cubs. More > 

The biggest movers of the Winter Meetings still want to add a starting pitcher and will look to trade another outfielder, most likely Andre Ethier.   More >

The champs lost out on Jon Lester and lost Pablo Sandoval to the Red Sox, which means the Giants are looking for an elite starter and a third baseman. James Shields and Chase Headley are still out there if they decide to go the free-agent route. More >

Cleveland is exploring trade options that would help clear up its logjam in the outfield. More > 

Seattle still covets an established right fielder -- preferably a right-handed hitter -- and free agents such as Melky Cabrera and Alex Rios remain viable options. More >

Gordon on trade to Marlins

The Fish want a power bat to pair with Giancarlo Stanton in the middle of the lineup, with free agent Michael Morse a possible fit, as well as Pedro Alvarez or Justin Morneau via trade. More >

GM Sandy Alderson is still in search of a shortstop upgrade and will likely trade starter Dillon Gee, either to fill that hole or another. More >

They will look for an upgrade at second or third, with Anthony Rendon's ability to play both positions giving them the flexibility to go in either direction. More > 

The defending American League East champs have seen a lot of talent depart, and they must replace the production of reliever Andrew Miller and outfielders Nelson Cruz and Nick Markakis. More >

Brock on Padres adding Kemp

Even after trading for Matt Kemp, the Padres want to add another impact hitter, and they have the Minor League arms to do it via trade. More >

The rebuild is on, and the Phillies will look to move many of their high-priced veterans -- including Cole Hamels, Chase Utley and Jonathan Papelbon -- for young talent. More >

Despite re-signing Francisco Liriano, the Bucs could still add an arm, and that could mean bringing back Edinson Volquez. More > 

Texas still wants a starting pitcher, but GM Jon Daniels has downplayed the likelihood of bringing in Shields. More >

The Rays want an everyday catcher and could use some of their outfield surplus to make it happen, with Matt Joyce among the names being bandied about as trade bait. More > 

Cincinnati still needs to find an everyday left fielder and some bullpen help. Expect those additions to come via free agency. More >

Red Sox revamp rotation

Red Sox
The Sox are still looking for a No. 1 starter. Shields could be a free-agent target, and Hamels is a potential trade target. More >

The likelihood of them moving Troy Tulowitzki or Carlos Gonzalez as part of rebuilding effort has diminished, and they still need a starting pitcher. More > 

Kansas City still needs to fill the void created by the almost certain departure of Shields via free agency. More > 

The Tigers still need to fix their bullpen, which has been their undoing the past couple of years, and a Scherzer decision looms. More > 

Having already added $24 million to the payroll via the Torii Hunter and Ervin Santana agreements, don't look for the Twins to make any big-dollar deals, but they will look for some help for the bullpen. More >

White Sox
The Pale Hose still need to improve in left field, either by replacing Dayan Viciedo or finding a platoon partner for him. More > 

The Bombers still want at least one starting pitcher and someone who is capable of starting at third base. More >