The Cubs' 40-man roster is full, they've sent out some spring-training invitations, and are likely to bring a few non-roster players from the organization to camp.
The team's pretty well stocked with the free-agent signings of John Lackey, Jason Heyward and Ben Zobrist. But could they still use some bench, bullpen or rotation help?
Here, via MLB Daily Dish's Free Agent Tracker, is a list of every remaining unsigned player who became a free agent after the 2015 season (excepting those who have announced their retirement), broken down by position. There aren't any catchers listed because all the FA catchers have signed.
Should the Cubs go after any of these 91 players? And where might the bigger names on this list end up? Your turn.
Pedro AlvarezPedro Ciriaco Chris Davis Ike Davis Ian Desmond Corey Hart Maicer Izturis Munenori Kawasaki Don Kelly Howie Kendrick Casey McGehee Justin Morneau Steve Pearce Alexei Ramirez Jimmy Rollins Brendan Ryan Dan Uggla Juan Uribe
Marlon Byrd Yoenis CespedesChris Denorfia Dexter Fowler Jeff Francoeur Jonny Gomes Austin Jackson Nate McLouth Ryan Raburn Alex Rios Skip Schumaker Drew Stubbs Will Venable
Starting pitchers (18)
Bronson Arroyo Chad BillingsleyChris Capuano Doug Fister Yovani Gallardo Jeremy Guthrie Aaron Harang Tim Lincecum Kyle Lohse Mike Minor Alfredo Simon Nick Tepesch Jerome Williams
Relief pitchers (34)
Matt Albers Al Alburquerque Burke Badenhop Antonio Bastardo Joe BeimelJoe Blanton Blaine Boyer Craig Breslow Tyler Clippard Neal Cotts Aaron Crow Brian Duensing Gavin Floyd Greg Holland Tommy Hunter Casey Janssen Sean Marshall Eric O'Flaherty Ross Ohlendorf Bobby Parnell Manny Parra Joel Peralta Fernando Rodney Craig Stammen Matt Thornton Ryan Webb