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The Orioles still have a number of holes to fill. They are confident in their chances of landing closer Grant Balfour, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. They also need a left fielder and DH, and they could be in the market for another starting pitcher.
Boston Red Sox
Re-signing Mike Napoli was No. 1 on the Red Sox's to-do list. With the slugging first baseman back in the fold, they have no glaring needs. A reunion with Stephen Drew remains a possibility, and they could look for bullpen upgrades and an insurance policy for Jackie Bradley Jr. in center field.
Kansas City Royals
The Royals have already added Jason Vargas to their rotation in free agency and traded for Brewers right fielder Norichika Aoki, filling their two biggest holes. They are still in the market for a second baseman, as they'd likely prefer to use Emilio Bonifacio in a super utility role.
The Twins have already handed out the two biggest free-agent contracts in team history to sign Ricky Nolasco and Phil Hughes, and they're working hard to add another starter according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post. That makes sense after the team's starters posted an MLB-worst 5.26 ERA last season.
New York Yankees
The Yankees have already signed Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran and Jacoby Ellsbury this offseason, but chances are they're far from done. The team has apparently made a three-year, $24 million offer to second baseman Omar Infante, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post. They are also in the market for at least one starting pitcher and perhaps a late-inning reliever.
Tampa Bay Rays
A first baseman remains atop the Rays' wish list, with James Loney expected to sign elsewhere. The potential trade of David Price will continue to dominate the headlines. They have the market's top trade chip on their roster and are all but certain to move him at some point before the end of the 2014 season.
The Rangers remain in the market for another bat, either in left field or at DH, but they already made a huge addition with the acquisition of Prince Fielder in a trade with the Tigers. Shin-Soo Choo or a reunion with Nelson Cruz remain among their options.
Toronto Blue Jays
With Josh Johnson gone and a poor showing from their starting rotation as a whole last year, the Blue Jays remain in the market for a starting pitcher to slot alongside R.A. Dickey and Mark Buehrle.