Let's take a look at 10 realistic moves the Cubs should consider heading into this offseason.
The Cubs are going to have to be active on the free-agent market if they want any chance at improving on their 66-96 record. They have several holes to fill and several spots that need upgrades, evident by last year's performances.
The Cubs will also need to add some relief pitching and possibly add a starter before the team reports for spring training.
This isn't the deepest free-agent market compared to years past, so the Cubs will have to be creative to take steps forward while also making economical acquisitions.
Let's take a look at who they could realistically add this winter.