Baseball's winter meetings provide opportunities for teams like the Seattle Mariners to make big changes and spend lots of money on brand-new superstars.
For other teams, the meetings are not nearly as dramatic. If a team was solid last season, it might not really need to do a whole lot right now. Maybe most of its key players are still under contract and it doesn't have an awful lot of payroll flexibility. It could even be possible that teams will try to do something major, even when they really don't need to.
For these reasons and others, here are five teams that really don’t need to take any major risks at the winter meetings.