This year's winter meetings were relatively quiet, at least compared to the last few years. Still, they were not without a handful of moves that could have a significant impact on the 2014 standings.
The Diamondbacks got the power bat they were after when they landed Mark Trumbo in a three-team deal, the Mariners continued to add pieces with the signing of Corey Hart and acquisition of Logan Morrison, and the Mets shelled out a two-year, $20 million deal to sign Bartolo Colon.
There were other deals that could certainly have an impact as well, but those three in particular stand out as difference-making additions. With plenty of offseason still ahead of us, the outlook of each division will no doubt change between now and the start of spring training.
However, here's a look at how each division could play out as things stand right now. Also included is a look back at how they stacked up prior to the winter meetings and an overview of each division's activity in Orlando this past week.