Every once in a while, art truly does imitate life.
Like Wayne and Garth in the comedy classic Wayne's World, baseball fans fear change.
By and large, fans tend to prefer that their favorite teams stick with what they've got and not make wholesale changes to the roster, opening the door to the unknown.
"Sure, Player X might be better than who we've got now, but what if he's not? What if he's (audible gasp)...worse?"
Yet change, in both baseball and in life, is inevitable.
Rosters around baseball undergo some sort of turnover each year, with some changes being more drastic than others.
That trend isn't about to stop.
Whether its perennial All-Stars or mere role players, some familiar names will be donning a cap with a different logo than what they're currently wearing within the next 12 months.
Let's take a look at which players would be well served to not make any long-term plans.
*All statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted.
*All contract details courtesy of Cot's Contracts unless otherwise noted.