In just under two weeks, the MLB waiver-trade period will expire, and rosters will be expanded to 40 players.
The month of August is always interesting, as GMs across MLB often use the waiver wire to gauge interest in players for a possible deal either during the month or during the upcoming offseason.
However, there are some players that just simply deserve to be put on waivers, either because of their bloated salaries or because of their poor play throughout the year.
Sometimes, it's a combination of both.
Here are 10 players that should be placed on waivers, but likely won't be.