The 2015 MLB winter meetings have come and gone, and plenty of notable moves have already changed the landscape of MLB. 

Now that the winter meetings are behind us, we have a better sense of the trade market and which players could potentially be moved before the beginning of the 2016 season. Over the next few slides, we’ll try to predict where each of the top 15 trade targets will eventually wind up. 

Some of the players on this list are as good as gone. Jay Bruce, Mitch Moreland, Andrew Cashner and others have been linked to trades all winter and have very little chance of returning to their current squads. 

On the other hand, there are several trade targets that teams would be better suited holding onto. Carlos Carrasco, Jonathan Lucroy and Brett Gardner may have heard their names constantly uttered in the ever-present trade winds, but there’s plenty of reason for their current organizations to retain their services in 2016. 

Let us know what you think about our predictions in the comment section below. Who would you like to see your team target over the next few months? What type of package do you think it will require to add any of the players on this list? 

Judging by the lucrative contracts MLB teams are shelling out to free agents this winter, upgrading through trades may be the best option for teams to add players. The next few slides will identity the top available targets and where we think they’ll call home beginning in 2016. 

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