The Best-Case Scenarios for Every MLB Team at the Trade Deadline

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The Best-Case Scenarios for Every MLB Team at the Trade Deadline
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The 2014 MLB trade deadline is now just a week away, and while it has already been a busy trade season, there will likely still be more than few deals that go down between now and July 31.

The biggest question on the market is whether the Tampa Bay Rays will decide to sell David Price, or if their recent run of success is enough for them to hold on to their ace and try to make a run at the playoffs.

Beyond the status of Price, the Philadelphia Phillies' position as potentially aggressive sellers is a story to follow, as is the Seattle Mariners and Kansas City Royals' pursuit of a power bat in a market that is incredibly thin on them.

That said, every team has something to do here at the deadline, whether it is a seller trying to unload some impending free agents or a contender looking to add one final piece to the bench or bullpen.

Things rarely go according to plan in July, but here is a look at each team's best-case scenario between now and the July 31 non-waiver deadline.

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