After the Meetings: 30 teams, 30 needs

After the Meetings: 30 teams, 30 needs

With the Winter Meetings over, here are needs for all 30 Major League teams.

Angels: Of the several position player needs the Angels hope to fill, second base tops the list. More >

Astros: It's no secret Houston wants to add a starting pitcher. The only question is, which of its young players is it willing to give up for one? More >

Hot Stove Tracker

Athletics: Oakland will look to add a center fielder, second baseman and starting pitcher as the calendar moves toward 2017. More >

Blue Jays: More than anything else, the Jays vie for a talented outfielder with a World Series pedigree. More >

Braves: Rumors continue to swirl around the very active Braves, who could land a starting pitcher and will more than likely eye a catcher in the coming weeks. More >

Brewers: Milwaukee needs veteran arms to replenish its bullpen. Greg Holland, Santiago Casilla, Sergio Romo and Drew Storen are all options. More >

Cardinals: St. Louis wants to add an outfielder, preferably one with the ability to play center field. But the Cardinals could settle for a corner outfielder and keep Randal Grichuk in center. More >

Cubs: Their Major League roster rounded out and dynamic, the Cubs still need to cover themselves by adding organizational depth to serve as insurance in case of injury. Chicago is reportedly close to a deal with reliever Koji UeharaMore >

Hoyer talks trade for Davis

D-backs: Arizona is in the market to improve its bullpen more after acquiring Fernando Rodney, and it would also like to find a left-handed bat to provide thump off the bench. More >

Dodgers: The Dodgers remain focused on bringing closer Kenley Jansen and/or third baseman Justin Turner back to Los Angeles. If they can't, they'll explore other ways to fill those positions. More >

Giants: Their roster mostly complete and holes mostly filled, the Giants have less to do than most before Opening Day. They could target another outfielder, though. More >

Bochy on team's further needs

Indians: The Indians are targeting a middle-of-the-order hitter to play first base and replace Mike Napoli -- unless they re-sign him for the role. They could also look for an outfielder. More >

Mariners: The search for pitching depth never ends. Seattle will target another veteran starter to battle Nathan Karns, Chris Heston and Ariel Miranda for a back-end rotation spot. More >

Marlins: Miami remains committed to adding bullpen depth or even some star power. Kenley Jansen, its top target, is still available. More >

Hill on adding depth

Mets: Trading Jay Bruce and adding a reliever, possibly in the same deal, remains New York's highest priority. More >

Nationals: Look for Washington to explore suitors for Danny Espinosa, who is the odd man out after the Nationals acquired Adam Eaton. They're also checking in on a bevy of relievers. More >

Baker on acquiring Adam Eaton

Orioles: Baltimore still wants to add an outfielder, preferably one with high on-base skills. More >

Padres: San Diego still has a ton of roster construction to do after being very aggressive at the non-tender deadline. Three-fifths of the starting rotation must still be filled. More >

Pirates: It looks like Andrew McCutchen is staying in Pittsburgh, which means the Pirates are players in 2017. Now, they'll like to add starting pitching depth to ensure they're competitive players. More >

Morosi on McCutchen, Fowler

Phillies: Philadelphia is looking for versatility, preferably someone who can play at least three infield positions. The Phillies would also like to add an extra outfielder with similar positional flexibility. More >

Rangers: Texas needs a first baseman with Mitch Moreland off to Boston, and it could add a middle-of-the-rotation starter as well. More >

Rays: Having addressed its primary need at catcher, Tampa Bay now moves on to filling out its roster. That could mean signing at least one more outfielder. More >

Red Sox: Now that Boston has a glut of starting pitching, look for the Sox to move one in an effort to restock its farm system a bit. More >

Sale on joining Red Sox rotation

Reds: Cincinnati didn't get any deals done this week, but historically, that hasn't stopped the organization from doing so in the weeks following the Winter Meetings. Look for the Reds to continue shopping veterans Zack Cozart and Brandon Phillips to clear playing time for prospects. More >

Rockies: Colorado needs bullpen help now more than ever, with its dynamic lineup even more improved after the acquisition of Ian Desmond. Desmond could play first base or the Rockies could sign a traditional first baseman and send Desmond back to the outfield. More >

Desmond's fantasy potential

Royals: With several core members of the roster set to hit free agency next winter, general manager Dayton Moore must decide who to extend and who to deal. More >

Tigers: Detroit needs a center fielder and backup catcher, and it is believed to have the pieces to acquire both. More >

Twins: Pitching, pitching, pitching. Both starters and relievers. It's true for every team, but especially Minnesota. More >

White Sox: Now that the rebuild has officially begun, Chicago still has multiple veteran pieces it could move, including Jose Quintana, David Robertson, Jose Abreu and Todd Frazier. More >

Hahn on White Sox trades

Yankees: New York remains focused on the bullpen even after signing Aroldis Chapman. The Yankees want to add depth in front of Chapman and Dellin Betances. More >