One team that could use an offensive upgrade would be the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
The Angels already have solid depth in their infield with Maicer Izturis and Erick Aybar both capable of playing shortstop on a regular basis. However, they both suffered late season injuries, so their health status may be questionable at the moment, and this could prompt the Angels to make a big move in upgrading the position.
Recently, former Angels general manager Tony Reagins resigned from his post, which means that Jerry Dipoto, the new general manager may try to make a big splash by signing someone like Reyes to a large contract.
The Angels already have a solid lineup that includes Mark Trumbo, Vernon Wells, Torii Hunter and Peter Bourjos, along with the anticipated return of Kendry Morales. They also have a solid rotation with Jered Weaver, Dan Haren and Ervin Santana leading the rotation. Adding someone like Reyes could just be what the Angels need to get back to the postseason in 2012.