Immediately following the World Series, Major League Baseball's free agency period will begin, and the crop of talent expected to be available should make for a very interesting winter.
While it's a group that is thin in terms of infield talent, there are several high-caliber starting pitchers and outfielders that will put a dent in some team's payroll.
Don't expect any of the top pitchers to come close to matching Zack Greinke's six-year, $147 million that he received from the Dodgers last offseason. However, don't be surprised if teams try to match the five-year, $80 million deal that Anibal Sanchez received from Detroit.
And while there is much more depth in the free-agent outfield market, two of the biggest contracts handed out this offseason could actually go to a catcher (Brian McCann) and second baseman (Robinson Cano).
While there will certainly be a good share of bidding wars between teams that have similar priorities and targets, I've matched up 30 different free agents with the team most likely to make that player a top priority this offseason. The slides are sorted in order of worst to best record in 2013, current as of Sept. 3.
Take a look and feel free to offer your opinion in the comments section.