Most MLB teams have been in camp for a couple weeks now, and spring training games will officially start this coming week.
The first games will take place Tuesday, with exhibitions between the New York Yankees and Florida State and the Detroit Tigers and Florida Southern, before regular MLB vs. MLB matchups begin the following day.
Whether it's veteran stars looking to get into shape for the upcoming season, bubble guys trying to fight their way onto a roster or top prospects giving fans a glimpse of the future, spring training games mean an awful lot more than the final core of the contest.
So as preseason baseball officially gets underway, here is a look at where all 30 MLB teams currently stand. Injuries and roster moves could certainly shake things up between now and Opening Day, but this is a good look at where teams rank following the offseason wheelings and dealings.