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