The 2013 postseason is about halfway over, and for those baseball fans who are eagerly awaiting the start of the winter hot stove season, that's good news.
With the free-agent market fast approaching, every team will look to improve their squad for the 2013 campaign.
The Baltimore Orioles figure to be one of the more aggressive players after an extremely quiet winter last offseason, as well as a winning season viewed as somewhat of a failure after an inability to reach the playoffs for a second consecutive season.
Overall, the Orioles have a fairly strong offense, but are lacking in a couple statistical categories. They will be looking to fill holes at second base, left field and DH this offseason. The team led all of baseball in homers in 2013, with first baseman Chris Davis and center fielder Adam Jones being the key contributors there, so they won't be looking to add a ton of power.
Some players on the free-agent market would fit in perfectly with the O's. Let's take a look at who the O's should target this offseason.