The winter meetings have come and gone, and while it was one of the quieter four-day periods in recent memory, many believe that once the two big names Josh Hamilton and Zack Greinke finally sign, the domino effect will be a quick one.
Still, there were a number of moves made at the meetings and the MLB landscape has certainly changed at least enough to justify an updated set of power rankings.
Since it's impossible to accurately predict how the rest of the offseason will play out, the power rankings that follow serve as a baseline for where each team stands at this very moment.
That is to say, these rankings reflect where I would place each team if the season started today with their rosters as-is.
This will be continue to be updated throughout the offseason as we continue the push toward spring training and eventually Opening Day.
*Note: Rosters taken from MLBDepthCharts.com.