It's rare that a major-league team isn't at least planning on a major offseason move that could possibly make their team better in 2014 and beyond. If it doesn't happen, it won't be for a lack of effort. Each organization has an offseason game plan in place and will spend the next several months trying to execute it.
By now, teams have their wish lists ready to go and are in the process of contacting agents about their free-agent clients and discussing potential trades with general managers from other ball clubs.
Due to which positions they're trying to upgrade and how much money they're willing to spend, there is certainly an ideal scenario that each team is hoping will happen. While that could consist of a combination of players, a team would be extremely happy if it were able to land even one its top targets to fill a major void on its respective roster.
Here is one ideal player acquisition for each of the league's 30 teams. The slides are ordered in reverse order of the standings from 2013.