How the Rest of MLB's Offseason Dominoes Will Fall Post-Winter Meetings

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How the Rest of MLB's Offseason Dominoes Will Fall Post-Winter Meetings
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At least a handful of teams will likely have to adjust their offseason plans if Masahiro Tanaka isn't posted.

For all the talk that went on over the past four days while teams gathered in Orlando, Fla. for MLB's annual winter meetings, there really wasn't much resolution. 

Several big-name free agents are still on the board, and trade talk surrounding impact players such as Matt Kemp, Brandon Phillips, David Price and Jeff Samardzija, while extremely entertaining and all, is just talk at this point. 

For those of us who enjoy having something baseball-related to discuss 365 days a year, this is good news. We're not going to run out of things to talk about. Potential trades will remain on the table. Some free agents won't sign until January, and possibly even February. 

Teams are still far from being finished assembling their rosters. And they might not be until just before the start of the regular season.

Here's what you can look forward to for the next couple of months. 

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