Potential Offseason Targets for Each of MLB's Non-Playoff Teams

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Potential Offseason Targets for Each of MLB's Non-Playoff Teams
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Non-playoff teams could have a hard time luring a veteran like Carlos Beltran to town.

As of Monday morning, the season was officially over for 19 MLB teams. Some of them are disappointed with their overall performance. Some of them made progress and are satisfied with the direction of the organization. None were good enough to make the playoffs. All 19 will be looking to improve with an eye on playing meaningful games next October. 

Four teams—the Red Sox, Indians, Dodgers and Pirates—are playing in the postseason after missing out in 2012. All made significant moves last winter with the Dodgers and Pirates each adding a front-line starter and the Sox and Tribe adding multiple impact hitters to the lineup. Turning things around in one offseason is very possible for most teams if the front office makes enough good decisions.

Here is a look at some potential offseason targets for each of those 19 non-playoff teams. 

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