The New York Yankees still have needs, but for the final bench spot their solution might already be on the 40-man roster in Ronald Torreyes.
The San Francisco Giants have made plenty of moves this offseason, and those maneuvers have earned them a surprising grade thus far.
The Seattle Mariners continued their busy offseason on Wednesday, making a huge under-the-radar move by signing Korean star Dae-Ho Lee to a minor league contract.
The Chicago Cubs have enough star power to get the job done on offense, but it is their projected third starter, John Lackey, who is the key to their success in 2016.
With Greg Bird missing the 2016 season due to an injury, the New York Yankees may need to get creative with their backup first baseman.
Dustin Ackley will be a capable backup at first base if Mark Teixeira gets hurt, which is almost guaranteed to happen.
Now that Greg Bird is out for the season with a torn labrum, the New York Yankees will have to amend their plans for 2016.
The Seattle Mariners selected Kyle Seager in the 2009 draft and Justin Seager in the 2013, but missing out on Corey Seager in the 2012 draft has to be seen as a huge misstep by the previous regime.
The Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves can both accomplish what they are currently trying to accomplish with this trade. The Cubs continue to build towards winning a World Series, while the Braves continue to build towards a strong future by stock piling prospects. Win-Win.
The Seattle Mariners have had some well-known names as manager, but when looking closer there is only one who has had any success.