Whether they've just arrived or are on their way out, Major League Baseball is home to a slew of talented players who would thrive if placed in a more accommodating environment.
Not everyone gets to hit in front of the game's most feared cleanup hitter or pitch in a ballpark designed to devalue the long ball, though.
The idea does invite questions, like would Felix Hernandez's career record be better than 96-78 if the Seattle Mariners didn't hold an average yearly record of 73-89 during that span? Would the legacy of Ichiro leave a more significant impact on baseball had he been donning the pinstripes since 2001?
Sorry, Seattle. They're simply thoughts. But intriguing ones nonetheless. The following slides present eight MLB players who would thrive on other teams.