Adjusting All 30 MLB Teams' Offseason Goals Post-Trade Deadline

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Adjusting All 30 MLB Teams' Offseason Goals Post-Trade Deadline
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If traded this offseason, Giancarlo Stanton could single-handedly affect baseball's balance of power.

Leading an MLB front office is about developing a specific, long-term plan, then ripping it up and redoing it every couple weeks. Due to injuries, acquisitions and breakout performers, teams constantly adjust their goals for the approaching offseason.

Based on who moved—and more importantly, who didn't move—at the 2013 non-waiver trade deadline, there have been changes to the list of potentially available players. The quality and quantity of impending free agents, for example, understandably influences priorities around the league.

The likelihood of clubs satisfying their greatest desires varies, but let's discuss them all, anyway.

 

*Stats provided by FanGraphs unless otherwise noted, accurate as of Aug. 8.

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