Predictions for the 2016 MLB Winter Meetings, 1 Week Out

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Predictions for the 2016 MLB Winter Meetings, 1 Week Out
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Mark Melancon

Generally speaking, the annual winter meetings are when the MLB offseason really takes off.

While we've already seen a handful of notable free-agent signings and a few significant trades, there's still a lot of roster shuffling to be done between now and the start of spring training.

That wheeling and dealing will kick into high gear next week, as all 30 teams will converge on National Harbor, Maryland, from Dec. 4-8 for four days of excitement.

With an incredibly weak pitching market, this year's meetings in particular could have a feel similar to the days leading up to the trade deadline when the rumor mill was buzzing and more than a few trades come to fruition.

So, one week out, what follows are some quick predictions on what this year's winter meetings might bring.

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