With the 2014 MLB winter meetings now in the rearview, it’s time to take a look at how a busy four days in San Diego may have changed the landscape of the league looking ahead to the 2015 season.

A whopping seven 2014 All-Stars found new homes this past week, as Jon Lester, Jeff Samardzija, Dee Gordon, Yoenis Cespedes, Miguel Montero, Alfredo Simon and Pat Neshek joined new teams.

Add in the signings and trades of Matt Kemp, Mat Latos, Ervin Santana, Brandon McCarthy, Rick Porcello, Francisco Liriano, Howie Kendrick, Kendrys Morales, Justin Masterson, David Robertson, Luke Gregerson and a handful of others, and you have one busy week of activity around the league.

So while we still try to digest everything that happened at the winter meetings, here is an updated look at where all 30 teams stand.

As with all offseason power rankings, these are not meant to be a prediction for the year ahead.

Instead, they are a look at how teams would stack up with the rosters they currently have if the season were to start today. Just something worth keeping in mind when considering where your favorite team falls in the following rankings.

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