While many of the more high-profile free agents still remain unsigned, there are some clubs that have stayed busy in the Offseason trying to make improvements to their ball club. Here are five Teams that have made moves in the offseason to try to help their fortunes in 2018. While they have remained active, remember being active in the offseason doesn’t always pan out (ex. Padres’ offseason heading into the 2015 season). While the Marlins can actually be considered one of the busiest teams, they are not included as their moves obviously haven’t been to make the team better for 2018.

Chicago Cubs

The Cubs recently made one of the biggest offseason free-agent splashes when they signed starting pitcher Yu Darvish.

He is one of two new faces in their rotation as they earlier signed Tyler Chatwood, previously of the Rockies. Also new to the club are relievers Brandon Morrow (perhaps the early favorite to begin the season as the closer) and Steve Cishek.

Los Angeles Angels

The Angels will have two new starting infielders this season in second baseman Ian Kinsler (acquired via trade from Detroit) and third baseman Zach Cozart (signed as a Free Agent). Of course, they signed the most talked-about free agent in the offseason in starting pitcher/designated hitter Shohei Ohtani. They received Jim Johnson in a trade with the Braves who will add bullpen depth.

Texas Rangers

The Rangers likely will have three new starters in their rotation after signing Mike Minor and Doug Fister while also trading with the Giants to acquire Matt Moore.

Texas hopes the moves help to improve the 4.66 ERA they received from their starters last season. They also signed former Cardinals closer Seung Hwan Oh.

Milwaukee Brewers

Two-thirds of the starting Brewers outfield will be different as the team signed center fielder Lorenzo Cain to a five-year deal and traded with the Marlins to get left fielder Christian Yelich. They added Jhoulys Chacin to their rotation and will have a couple new bullpen pieces in Matt Albers and Boone Logan.

San Francisco Giants

The Giants made two of the more noteworthy trades this offseason as they acquired former National League MVP outfielder Andrew McCutchen from the Pirates and three-time All-Star third baseman Evan Longoria from the Rays. They are hoping the moves jump-start an offense that ranked second-to-last averaging 3.94 runs per game in 2017. They also signed Austin Jackson to play center field for them.