With each passing day in the MLB, trade talk becomes a bit more pronounced.
Oftentimes, performance dictates how a team proceeds as it approaches the trade deadline in late July. In some cases, injuries will determine a team's actions as well.
Inevitably, each team will have players on its roster that it may try to unload but will find no suitors. Bloated long-term contracts could be a factor. So, too, could current performance and historical trends.
Whatever the case, each MLB team has at least one member of its roster that would be considered worthless trade bait.
Here is an accounting of those players.