MLB Offseason: Best-Case Scenarios for All 30 Teams This Winter

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MLB Offseason: Best-Case Scenarios for All 30 Teams This Winter
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New York Yankees president Randy Levine tells MLB.com's Bryan Hoch that his club has "Plan B, C, D and E" prepared in case Robinson Cano departs via free agency.

Let's imagine, however, what the best-case scenarios are for Levine and all baseball executives in the league with several months still remaining in the offseason.

In the Yankees' case, for example, it involves signing Cano along with other reputable free agents. Meanwhile, small-market teams are more concerned with finalizing contract extensions with top contributors or getting a competitive edge via trade.

Reality, of course, will only allow a player to wind up with one team, but in this article, we're letting that slide so that front offices can do what they desire (so long as their moves are financially reasonable and supported by industry rumors).

Read on for some of the best-case scenarios for all 30 MLB teams this offseason.

 

Stats via Baseball-Reference.com and FanGraphs unless otherwise specified.

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