This MLB offseason has been quite interesting, to say the least.
Several players have signed mega-deals with their new teams, with Trea Turner and Carlos Rodon being a few notable examples.
Turner received 11 years and $300 million from the Philadelphia Phillies, while Rodon received six years and $162 million from the New York Yankees.
But there are still a few good players who have yet to sign, with several teams still scouring the market for some January deals.
Jon Heyman of MLB Network tweeted a link to a recent article of his, revealing that the Boston Red Sox, New York Mets, and Miami Marlins are still looking for ways to improve their clubs.
Mets, Red Sox, Marlins still working hard and eying new targets, who are listed here (bonus points to Miami for passing on Chapman)https://t.co/IGEb4Ymm9U
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) January 20, 2023
The Mets recently reached a deal with veteran outfielder Tommy Pham, who signed for one year and $6 million.
The Red Sox also recently signed outfielder and slugger Adam Duvall to a one-year deal.
So it’s obvious that teams are still looking for ways to improve.
Miami improved its pitching staff with the Johnny Cueto signing.
But there are still a few pitchers on the market.
In the starting pitcher’s market, names such as Michael Wacha and Mike Minor stand out as potential under-the-radar signings.
The relief pitching market hasn’t moved much, but pitchers such as Matt Moore and Andrew Chafin remain unsigned.
All of the teams mentioned appear to still be searching the market for some additions before the start of spring training.
But time is running out, and these teams will need to act fast in order to grab some extra pieces.