Yes, the Major League Baseball postseason is just getting underway, but in Philadelphia, the attention is already focused on the offseason.
The Phillies finished the regular season with a .500 record at 81-81. After winning the National League East five years in a row, 81-81 is not an acceptable record and the Phillies fan base is expecting big moves and new faces before spring training.
The most noteworthy free agents are Josh Hamilton, Zack Greinke, B.J. Upton, Michael Bourn and Nick Swisher, and it's possible that the Phillies could land one of these guys as well as a few other pieces to make the 2013 season yet another World Series or bust year.
So, for the time being, enjoy the playoffs because after all, it is playoff baseball. But once the World Series champion is crowned, keep an eye out for the Phillies to make these moves.