The Minnesota Twins need to make changes to a team that has floundered since winning the American League Central championship in 2010.
With a pitching staff that could benefit from a local little leaguer getting a start, the Twins have to find a way to upgrade their thin major league roster and even thinner farm system.
The fastest way to get relief is to make some unpopular moves that involve players such as Justin Morneau or Josh Willingham.
Minnesota has already taken the proper steps dealing both Ben Revere and Denard Span for minor league prospects, but they're still a long way from becoming respectable.
With the Twins doing everything but admitting they're in rebuilding mode, it's fair to take a look at which players could be shown the door by the time Opening Day 2014 hits.