While just about all of the big-name free agents in baseball have already signed with teams, much of the attention on the MLB hot stove now shifts to the trade market.
And there are no two bigger names available for trades than Colorado's Nolan Arenado and Chicago's Kris Bryant.
Both third baseman seem to be available for the right price, but where might they end up?
In the NL East alone, there are at least four teams who could potentially look to acquire one of the two sluggers, and the Baseball Night in New York crew shared their thoughts on which team would benefit the most from adding Arenado or Bryant.
According to Anthony Recker, while it may be a pipe dream, the Mets would love to have one of the two at the hot corner.
"I think the Braves are loaded as it is, so you throw (one of them) in that lineup and that is a really good lineup, but I might say the Mets," said Recker. "You put (one of them) at third with the Mets - I'm not saying it's going to happen. I don't think they have the pieces or anything like that - but if you're asking me of those four teams … if you put them on the Mets roster, you slide (Jeff) McNeil back over to second. I think defensively, you make a huge upgrade, especially if it's Arenado.
"That makes your team a whole lot better, defensively, offensively, with that staff they have and potentially a better bullpen. My goodness."
Meanwhile, Dan Graca could see a team like the Braves, who lost their own slugging third baseman in free agency, as a fit.
"You look at this Atlanta Braves team, they lose Josh Donaldson, who was a big thumper in that lineup. They have some uncertainty at third base," said Graca. "This is the team, still in my opinion as we get ready to begin the spring, the Braves are still the team to beat, guys. They've won the last two divisions. I know the Nats are the World Series champs. To me the Braves are still the team to beat. (Marcell) Ozuna helps a little bit, he's not Josh Donaldson, though. One of those bats would be more of an impact."
And let's not forget the reigning World Series champion Washington Nationals.
"You tell me Arenado is a National, I'm telling you the Washington Nationals are probably winning the National League East, or even Kris Bryant," said Marc Malusis. "I think they can win the whole thing again."
Last but not least, Doug Williams threw out the idea of one of those players landing with the Phillies, a team that has underachieved in the last few years, but could make a splash with a big bat at third.
"The team I think should be most motivated to make this happen is the Phillies, because we keep talking gingerly about them, because we liked the addition of Joe Girardi as their manager, we of course like Didi (Gregorius) and (Zack) Wheeler," said Williams. "We think they're going to be an improved team, but they're so consistently underachieving. If they were to acquire Kris Bryant or Nolan Arenado, that would turn this, in my opinion, into a legitimate four teams that not only could win their division, but make a serious dent in the postseason."