The 2013 offseason has been a particularly active one. The New York Yankees let Robinson Cano walk and instead inked Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran. And on the trade front, Doug Fister and Dexter Fowler were surprisingly dealt to the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros, respectively.
But there are some teams that, for whatever reason, have decided to take the backseat this offseason. The Pittsburgh Pirates have been one of those teams. Despite enjoying their first playoff berth since 1992, the team has only made a handful of forgettable low-reward acquisitions this offseason.
Regardless of these teams' laid-back offseasons thus far, there is still plenty of hope before the 2014 season starts.
Read on to see all of the MLB teams that can still turn around disappointing offseasons.