Each MLB Team's Huge Need Left Unaddressed This Summer

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Each MLB Team's Huge Need Left Unaddressed This Summer
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As the 2012 Major League Baseball season enters its sixth month of play, most teams now have 28 or 29 games left during the regular season.

GMs across the league spent the first few months evaluating teams, determining strengths and weaknesses, and identifying needs.

The next two months were spent trying to address those needs, weighing factors such as taking on additional salary and the cost of return (in terms of prospects and current MLB players), and determining whether or not to rent or acquire for long-term potential.

While many teams addressed various specific needs, there are still holes on each team that were left unfilled.

Here, we'll take a look at those holes and address the needs that weren't met for each MLB team.

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