MLB free agency is starting to wind down after some big names inked their new deals this offseason, while other players found themselves traded to new franchises.
For all the deals that have been completed, however, there are teams left behind with packages that just weren't enough to bring in that top target.
The free-agent and trade market still has some talent left, and though these teams might be moving on to Plan B, there are still plenty of reasons to be optimistic.
Here are some of the top signings, trades and rumors that are still making headlines for each team.
The Arizona Diamondbacks certainly have the makeup of a team that could contend for the postseason at any moment, which is why it could come to a surprise to some that Justin Upton has been made available this offseason.
Nevertheless, his name has been tied to a number of interested suitors, and just recently a report surfaced that he could have been headed to Seattle had he not vetoed the move, according to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.
Nixing that trade doesn't mean in itself that Upton doesn't want to go anywhere, as Seattle was one of four teams listed in his no-trade clause. While I believe he will play for another team in 2013, he just hasn't found the one he wants yet.
As this past season ended it became clear that the Atlanta Braves were going in a new direction with their outfield as Michael Bourn headed into free agency.
They made a big splash in signing B.J. Upton to a $75 million deal, but the Braves are still mentioned as a potential suitor for Justin Upton just days after he blocked a potential trade to Seattle.
Arizona would likely need to lower its asking price to get a deal done, but the move could go a long way toward bringing the Braves back to the top of the NL East.
After being nontendered last offseason, Joe Saunders was ultimately brought back to the Arizona Diamondbacks, though his time there was short-lived as he was sent to Baltimore over the summer.
He was strong after making the move, going 3-3 with a 3.64 ERA in seven starts for the Orioles, including a 1-0 record and 1.59 ERA in two postseason starts.
Baltimore is still looking to add some depth in its starting rotation, and as Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports has pointed out, Saunders could make his way back to the O's.
The Boston Red Sox have been relatively active this offseason in adding Shane Victorino and Ryan Dempster via free agency and trading for closer Joel Hanrahan.
There's still some uncertainty surrounding whether or not Mike Napoli will get his contract completed. If it doesn't, the team could find a good home for Justin Morneau, who may end up being shopped by the Twins at some point this season.
As the Chicago Cubs continue to look for ways to rebuild their franchise into a contending team in the NL Central, they've brought in a once-stellar arm who has since seen his fair share of troubles.
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports tweeted earlier this week that the team had reached an agreement with Dontrelle Willis, and though his track record would indicate he may not make it to Opening Day, the move carries very little risk.
The Chicago White Sox were in control of the AL Central for much of the 2012 season, only to see the Detroit Tigers take the crown in the final weeks of the season.
As they look to improve their offense this offseason, it seems as though a familiar face could be in the mix as the team appears to be interested in Diamondbacks outfielder Jason Kubel.
Kubel spent the first seven years of his career with the Minnesota Twins, where he batted .274 in 81 games against the White Sox.
The Reds have done well to hold on to their most talented players, signing Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips to contract extensions before any speculation about possible departures could take shape.
With that, the most notable free-agent-to-be on the Reds roster heading into the offseason was Scott Rolen, who has definitely seen better days.
Despite the fact that they signed third baseman Jack Hannahan, however, Danny Knobler of CBS Sports points out that Rolen could still be an option to return to Cincinnati, though manager Dusty Baker has acknowledged that it's late in the process for such a move to be realistic.
With ninth-inning options always at a premium in this league, Chris Perez will likely continue to garner plenty of interest this offseason as teams weigh their bullpen options.
He enjoyed a very strong 2012 season, saving a career-high 39 games while striking out over nine batters per nine innings.
Cleveland has added some arms to its bullpen since the end of the season, but that still shouldn't be considered a sign that Perez could be expendable.
As the Colorado Rockies determine whether or not they'll be able to contend in the strong NL West this season, it seems as though they could be pursuing free-agent closer Rafael Soriano to solidify their late-inning attack.
Soriano opted out of the final year of his contract with the Yankees in hopes of a big payday this offseason, and while he hasn't found much in the way of suitors, Ken Rosenthal noted that a big roadblock in the way of the deal would be the draft-pick compensation teams would give up in signing him.
In signing Anibal Sanchez to a lucrative contract extension this offseason, the Detroit Tigers have ensured they'll have a top-notch starting rotation once again this season.
Between Justin Verlander, Sanchez and Rick Porcello, the top end of the rotation is strong enough to hold up throughout a long season.
Rick Porcello could be an odd man out in the rotation despite some strong performances during his time in Detroit, and with teams inquiring about his availability, according to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports, he might be better suited to get a fresh start on a new roster.
The Houston Astros haven't been able to do much in the way of free-agent signings this offseason, though they do appear to be on the verge of making a move that could help their pitching staff in the long run.
Roger Clemens' name has been brought up most often recently with regard to his Hall of Fame candidacy, but it looks like he'll be joining the Astros as a pitching coach in some capacity.
In perhaps one of the most surprising moves this offseason, the Kansas City Royals made a vast improvement in their starting rotation by trading for James Shields and Wade Davis.
They'll no doubt have a strong rotation in 2013, but the payroll is heading to a level that the team hasn't seen in quite some time.
As Bob Dutton of the Kansas City Star tweeted, Bruce Chen or Luke Hochevar could be trade targets to help minimize the new payroll's financial impact, but also noted that nothing is imminent.
The Los Angeles Angels have had a strong offseason and added a big bat to the lineup by signing Josh Hamilton to a massive five-year deal, so it's not all that surprising that they're remaining mostly quiet leading into spring training.
They did, however, make a minor move last week in signing right-handed pitcher Fernando Cabrera to a minor league deal.
He last pitched in the league in 2010, but hasn't seen significant action in the league since 2008.
Much like the Angels, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been pretty active this offseason, a winter that's been highlighted by the contract handed out to starting pitcher Zack Greinke.
They're not done adding to their pitching staff, however, as J.P. Howell is slated to join the Dodgers in spring training.
He's had his share of injury issues over the past few seasons, but when on the mound represents a solid relief option.
Mark Buehrle, Heath Bell, Jose Reyes, Hanley Ramirez and Josh Johnson represented the biggest names on the Miami Marlins heading into last season.
Heading into this season they'll all be gone, and it doesn't sound like the team is doing much to bring in new talent.
A minor move could be on the horizon, though, as the team is in talks with former Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Matt Capps.
The Milwaukee Brewers haven't done much in the way of free agency this offseason, but did avoid arbitration with starting pitcher Chris Narveson, agreeing to a $830,000 payout for 2013.
Narveson won 23 games in 2010 and 2011, but only saw action in two games last year before going down with a rotator cuff injury.
In another move toward completely retooling their starting rotation, the Minnesota Twins agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Mike Pelfrey earlier this offseason.
He'll join a rotation that could very well only have Scott Diamond returning next season, with Kevin Correia signing last week and top pitching prospect Kyle Gibson ready to make the jump.
They're still looking at adding starting pitchers, and while Jeanmar Gomez would have been a viable option for the team, it was unlikely the Indians would move him to a team within the division.
With R.A. Dickey out of the picture in New York but David Wright now locked in for the long term, it's been an up-and-down offseason for the Mets organization.
They haven't done much in terms of adding big names this winter, but as Adam Rubin of ESPN tweeted last week, they're watching former Giants closer Brian Wilson throw, though it isn't any firm indication that there could be a deal in the works.
Justin Upton has certainly garnered more attention than any other major leaguer in recent weeks, and with the trade winds still blowing it doesn't seem like that will change anytime soon.
The Yankees are always a team thrown out there when it comes to the potential of a blockbuster move. They could probably use Upton's services, but as Jon Morosi of Fox Sports notes, it doesn't seem like they'll be engaged in any discussions about a trade.
The Oakland Athletics surpassed the expectation of much of the baseball world last season, making an appearance in the playoffs just months after an offseason that saw them acting mostly as sellers.
They'll likely be in position to contend once again in 2013, and despite the New York Mets having interest in outfielder Coco Crisp, all signs point to him remaining in Oakland.
The Philadelphia Phillies have addressed their need for a center fielder already this offseason in trading for speedy youngster Ben Revere, but as Ken Rosenthal noted in a recent article, they may not be done pursuing outfield options.
One player who he lists as a potential candidate is Alfonso Soriano, who has been a name on the trading block for seemingly as long as he's been with the Chicago Cubs.
A couple weeks ago it seemed like the Pittsburgh Pirates were one arm closer to improving their starting rotation after it was announced they agreed to terms with lefty Francisco Liriano on a two-year deal.
After Liriano failed his physical, however, it was back to the drawing board for the Pirates' front office.
They've since added a formidable young arm in trading for Jeanmar Gomez, who has seen limited action with the Cleveland Indians over the past three seasons.
As mentioned earlier, the Detroit Tigers potentially could be pursuing trade options for Rick Porcello, and while it doesn't appear that any talks have escalated, there certainly is no shortage of suitors.
One team that Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports mentions as a potential fit for Porcello is the San Diego Padres, who could use the help after seeing their pitching staff rank in the bottom half of the league in most categories in 2012.
With a World Series championship as their reward for a strong 2012 effort, it's hard to think of the San Francisco Giants working to improve their roster even further, but they've taken the same business approach as any other team this offseason.
One decision that will ultimately need to be made involves Hunter Pence, a player who's in his final year of arbitration before entering free agency.
He'll no doubt command plenty of money in free agency, so the Giants playing their cards right at this point is immensely important.
The Seattle Mariners have been at the center of the baseball world over the past few days, but it's certainly not for the reasons they would have liked.
Seattle worked hard to put together a trade that could have brought Justin Upton over from Arizona, but Upton ultimately nixed the deal, sending the Mariners back to the drawing board as they continue to look to add offense.
At the end of a very strong effort in 2012, Kyle Lohse went 16-3 this season with the St. Louis Cardinals, with a strong 2.86 ERA to his name.
Despite a stat line like that, Lohse hasn't seen much in the way of interest this offseason. Though the Cards don't appear to have much interest in bringing him back this year, it doesn't sound like they're closing the door on the possibility.
The Tampa Bay Rays have seen a couple of big names leave their roster this offseason as James Shields is now with the Royals and B.J. Upton is headed to Atlanta.
They may not actively be seeking out any additions leading into spring training, but the Washington Nationals look to be pushing the issue as they appear to be shopping utility player Mike Morse, believing the Rays would be the best fit.
After seeing Josh Hamilton bolt from the Texas Rangers in favor of division rival Los Angeles, you'd have to believe they wouldn't shy away from the opportunity to bring Justin Upton to their outfield.
Should they get active in such talks, Buster Olney of ESPN points out that the Diamondbacks like Mike Olt, something that could potentially help in swinging a deal.
Darren Oliver may have been on the fence about retirement this winter as he's looking to re-negotiate his current $3 million deal, but that hasn't stopped the Texas Rangers from calling Toronto about a potential trade.
He's been a member of the Rangers in the past, winning 60 games for Texas in 10 years of action over three different stints.
The Washington Nationals already have one of the best starting rotations in baseball, and now it seems as though they could add some veteran presence to the mix.
Javier Vasquez hasn't been in the league for a couple years but is pitching in Puerto Rico, where Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports the Nationals have sent scouts to watch him throw.