As the 2012 MLB season approaches the end of its second month, a wide variety of circumstances and events have occurred that has caused both surprises and disappointment.
Between season-ending injuries, poor performances and hot starts, the standings feature some teams that normally wouldn't be seen at the top. Conversely, teams looking up from down below in some cases are not used to the view, either.
Only one of last year's division winners (Texas Rangers) can be seen at the top of the standings as of Tuesday night's games, and three of last year's playoff teams (Tigers, Brewers, Diamondbacks) are currently under .500.
So, just what can we gather from the first two months? Glaring holes, that's what.
Bleacher Report will take a look at each team's most glaring need headed into the month of June, with possible solutions for each team. For teams not in contention, we'll explore options other than trades.