Major League Baseball's first half is now in the rear-view mirror and all 30 teams are turning their attention to the final 11 weeks of the 2019 season.

Across both leagues, there's still plenty of ambiguity in the races for the postseason. Four teams are within three games of an AL wild-card spot, while that number is six in the NL.

That said, a good chunk clubs don't have a particularly good chance of turning things around. For them, it's accept their 2019 fates and make some choices in the coming months that could pay off in future seasons.

Here's a look at one thing that every team needs to in the second half:

AL East

Yankees: Address the starting pitching ahead of the July 31 trade deadline.

Rays: Keep Charlie Morton fresh. At 35, he’s on pace to set a new career-high for innings

Red Sox: Try something new in the bullpen, like using Nathan Eovaldi as the closer when he returns.

Blue Jays: Call Bo Bichette up to the big leagues.

Orioles: Identify which (if any) of their current players fit into their long-term plans.

AL Central

Twins: Ignore Cleveland breathing down their neck and just keep mashing.

Indians: Move Jose Ramirez around in the lineup to try to get him going.

White Sox: Sign Jose Abreu to an extension, expecting to contend next year.

Royals: Give Terrance Gore some more at-bats – he’s earned them.

Tigers: Try to not cry thinking about how Jordan Zimmermann is owed $25 million next year.

AL West

Astros: Get Kyle Tucker some reps in the majors so he can contribute in the postseason.

Athletics: Promote top prospect Jesús Luzardo and let him work his magic.

Rangers: Find ways to keep Willie Calhoun’s bat in the lineup.

Angels: Let 21-year-old Jose Suarez and 23-year-old Griffin Canning work through their growing pains.

Mariners: Be patient with Felix Hernandez and let the fans enjoy what’s (likely) his final year in Seattle.