With Game 3 of the ALCS getting rained out on Monday night, let’s turn our attention away from the postseason for a bit and focus on what promises to be another busy offseason around the league.

This year’s free-agent class is headlined by a trio of starting pitchers in Max Scherzer, Jon Lester and James Shields, and there are plus arms behind them as well like Francisco Liriano, Jake Peavy, Brandon McCarthy and Aaron Harang.

On the offensive side of things, Hanley Ramirez, Victor Martinez, Nelson Cruz, Russell Martin and Pablo Sandoval highlight a position-player class that also has its fair share of impact players.

The international market figures to be busy once again as well, with Cuban slugger Yasmani Tomas likely headed for a big payday and Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda a candidate to be posted.

With some teams looking to spend big and others simply looking to retool, all 30 teams have a different plan heading into the offseason.

What follows is a look at the one player that could be each team’s top priority target this coming offseason, whether it is a player being re-signed, a free agent being brought in or a trade target being acquired.

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