While baseball's trade market is slowly developing and the trade deadline is still two months away, it's never too early to take a look at some potential moves that teams could look to make.
What follows are deals that each team should at least think about, and while I believe them all to make sense for the clubs involved, I make no promises (and provide no odds) as to whether they'll actually take place.
Some of these moves would be made with 2014 in mind, while others have an eye toward the future. They're all based on what a team's current needs are, but it's important to remember those can—and will—change as we get deeper into the regular season and closer to the deadline.
While I've tried to include a different trade on each team's slide, some of these proposed deals make enough sense (or involve a big enough name) that it was worth looking at more deeply for both teams involved.
For example, the New York Mets finally addressing the gaping hole which exists where a shortstop should be is a big enough move for both clubs involved that we'll break it down on each team's slide. A deal that involves a middle reliever, however, only requires us to look at it from both sides once.
Again, these are only ideas of deals that teams should consider. Nothing more, nothing less.
Let's get to it.