Former front office member Tony Blengino has the Rays as a longshot to land Yoenis Cespedes. We ran through this exercise once before on Justin Upton, and it's worth recognizing exactly what we would be talking about here.

The Rays would be in the market for a one-year deal, and the Rays would need to move some outfielders off the roster to make room for a new one. Still, at the right price, Cespedes is a tantalizing addition.

His overall performance has not always equaled the hype, but certain aspects of Cespedes's game are undeniable. He has incredible power and an incredible arm, and he padded his resume with a gold glove and 6.7 fWAR performance in 2015, propelling the Mets into the playoffs. He's also incredibly durable, and given the Rays experience in 2015, importantly so.

After re-setting the market, the only team that stood out as a contender to Blengino was the Orioles, who recently dropped a lot of deferred money on Chris Davis. Everyone else is a darkhorse, but nearly everyone else could benefit from his services. The Mets, Angels, and White Sox are on the periphery of his market, but let's look at the Rays.