The 20 MLB teams that didn't make the playoffs in 2012 will be working this offseason to reverse their fortunes.
The general managers of the non-playoff teams will be monitoring the free-agent market to see if any of the players available can possibly help turn around those fortunes.
For more fiscally-conscious teams, they'll be looking for low-risk/high-reward-type players—those diamonds in the rough that perform like a $10 million superstar yet cost pennies on the dollar.
Others will make a play for the more high-value players, looking for what they believe will be an immediate impact.
Whatever the case, all of the 20 teams that finished on the outside looking in are indeed searching for the missing pieces to their roster puzzles.
Here is a list of one potential target that each non-playoff team could be focusing on to improve their fortunes for the 2013 season.