With just about two weeks to go before pitchers and catchers start reporting to MLB training camps in Florida and Arizona, teams are still in the process of tweaking their 25-man rosters.
In some cases, teams are looking for that one final piece to the puzzle that can set them up for success this season and in the years ahead.
With most of the free agents now under-contract, a number of teams will be discussing possible deals in order to find that last missing piece. Some may be looking to add bench depth, some for veteran help in the bullpen and some for help in reinforcing their starting rotation.
While there are a number of rumors associated with certain players (Matt Garza, Wandy Rodriguez), inevitably there are surprise players out there who are dealt that catches everyone off guard (Steve Carlton to Philly, Roger Clemens to Yankees, Manny Trillo to Phillies to name a few).
So, which teams are in the hunt for that rare February blockbuster deal that can change their overall outlook and catch fans by surprise? We’ll take a look at the odds of that happening for each MLB team.