Bautista back with Blue Jays? Moves teams need to make

Authentic Mens Taylor Halle Jersey The winter meetings are over, Chris Sale is in Boston, and Dexter Fowler is in St. Louis, but there are still free agents to sign and trades in the works. Here are few moves I’d like to see:

St. Louis Cardinals trade for Todd Frazier. My first idea was to go after Justin Turner to play third base instead of Jhonny Peralta, but Turner is likely headed back to the Dodgers.

Frazier, with one year remaining left until free agency, would be a fairly inexpensive get from the White Sox. Jhonny Peralta looked done last year and while Jedd Gyorko is coming off a 30-homer season, adding Frazier gives the Cardinals more depth and versatility with Gyorko able to slide over to second or shortstop and Kolten Wong an option in the outfield. Remember, the Cardinals have to figure out a way to beat the Cubs and avoid a wild-card game that could feature Clayton Kershaw, Madison Bumgarner or Noah Syndergaard.

Just factor in that payroll management is a big part of this, as the Dodgers maneuver to stay below the 92 percent luxury-tax bracket (which kicks in at $237 million) in two years.

Mets: They’re still working to trade either Jay Bruce or Curtis Granderson — and are confident they will eventually, once some of the free-agent options are off the board.

Rays: Tampa Bay is taking its time, but is in good position to trade a starter. In order of likelihood (and price tag): Alex Cobb, Drew Smyly, Jake Odorizzi, Chris Archer.

Authentic Jadeveon Clowney Jersey White Sox: How perfect is it that this team lurched into sell mode by dealing a guy named Sale? What’s next on their list? Other clubs see Robertson and Frazier as near locks to get traded. But Jose Quintana and Jose Abreu? Not so much.