Some contenders have major holes to fill, others just minor
Originally Published: December 8, 2007By Keith Law | Scouts Inc.
With the winter meetings ending with something of a whimper -- final tally: one major trade, four or five minor trades, and no big free-agent signings -- most contending clubs and wannabe contenders are still facing holes on their rosters that they'll have to try to fill in the coming weeks. Here's a rundown of 18 clubs with at least an outside shot at a playoff spot in 2008 and a look at their current roster needs. Brett Myers returning to the rotation, they're still two starters short, with neither Kyle Kendrick nor Adam Eaton having any business being in a contender's rotation.
To continue reading this article you must be an Insider
MORE MLB HEADLINES
- Emotional Thomas, Torre headline HOF class
- Ortiz's homer reignites Red Sox-Rays rivalry
- Dodgers best Peavy, Giants to cap off sweep
- Cards' Wainwright gets majors-best 13th win