With more than half of the teams in baseball convinced that they still have a chance to claim one of the 10 available playoff spots this season, general managers around the game are scrambling to try and bolster their lineups before the waiver trade deadline hits at the end of the month.
But the pickings on the trade market are slim, and many of those players come with either burdensome contracts or questions about their ability to produce, leaving teams leery of pulling the trigger on a deal.
That's not to say that we won't see any trades between now and August 31, for we will. But for most teams, the help that they need will come from within, whether it be in the form of minor league prospects or injured stars returning to health.
Let's take a look at how every team's starting lineup will look when you wake up on September 1.
*Unless otherwise noted, all statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com and are current through games of August 18.
*New additions to the lineup are highlighted in bold; Players with an asterisk (*) next to their name are part of a platoon.