No matter how good any team is, there's always room for improvement.
The Baltimore Orioles are no exception to this rule.
After winning 93 games this season, beating the Texas Rangers in the Wild Card matchup, and forcing a Game 5 against the New York Yankees in the ALDS, it looks like the O's are starting to get to where they can be a serious World Series contender, with just a few tweaks.
For the first time in too long, the team and its fans can go into the offseason thinking that a couple of key additions are what could help push this team to being a champion.
This winter, the free-agent market appears to be a bit thin. So if the Orioles want to improve through the market, they're going to have to shop smartly.
Here's a few suggestions for the team to look at.
Keep in mind that I'm not suggesting the O's have to sign everyone listed. Obviously, teams target more players than they end up signing every offseason because they have to have backup options in case they miss out on certain players. This list is intended to be a broad view—players the O's would like to have—but obviously, they will be trying to make wise choices on specific players.