What outfield lacks in big names on the trade market, the position more than makes up for with the sheer number of players who could be moved.
Clubs with an eye on adding an outfielder should have plenty of possibilities, particularly at the corner spots.
Given that, expect to see lots of activity between now and the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline. Here's the latest on some of the key outfielders who could be changing teams.
Adam Jones, Orioles
Like teammates Manny Machado and Zach Britton -- two of the most popular names on the rumor mill of late -- Jones is a rental player the O's are open to trading for future talent. Given his advancing age (33 on Aug. 1), declining production (.738 OPS is his lowest since 2008) and remaining salary ($17M in 2018), though, don't expect a huge return for this longtime franchise face.
Jones also has 10-and-5 rights (as a veteran with 10 years of MLB service time, the past five with his current club), meaning he has the ability to nix any deal. Perhaps the biggest thing Jones has going for him is that he is one of the few outfield options who can handle center field.
The Cubs have been linked to Jones, per MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal as written in The Athletic (subscription required), with the idea being that he could provide outfield depth and clubhouse leadership.
Shin-Soo Choo, Rangers
Choo is in the middle of a late-career resurgence, thanks to an ongoing 48-game on-base streak entering Wednesday -- MLB's longest of 2018. Since that started on May 13, the 14-year vet has slashed an impressive .333/.463/.590, helping him make the All-Star roster for the first time in his career.