Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline might still be three months away, but it’s never too early to take a look at the biggest names that could potentially be on the move as it draws near.

While teams are able to make trades in April and May, baseball’s “trade season” typically doesn’t begin until mid-June, when clubs have a better idea of who they are, where they stand and what they need to get where they want to go.

Contenders look to add veteran pieces, preferably on short-term deals, to try to put them over the top in a playoff race, while non-contenders try to maximize their return by acquiring young, controllable talent that can make a relatively quick impact in the majors.

Pitching tends to be the most sought-after commodity on the market, and there’s no shortage of quality options that could be available, a list that includes Cincinnati’s Johnny Cueto and Philadelphia’s Cole Hamels.

But don’t think for a second that an impact bat or two couldn’t be wearing a new uniform come Aug. 1. A pair of potential Hall of Fame infielders, along with a pair of oft-injured-but-supremely talented bats in Colorado, could all be on the move as well.

Let’s take a look at 10 impact players who, potentially, could all be on the market in the weeks and months ahead (if they aren’t already), and where their stock stands as we head into the second month of the regular season.

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