I don't see Klentak doing anything drastic this offseason.
He'll kick the tires on Dravish and Arrieta, but say goodnight when it gets to 5-6 years for guys with 2 years left on their arms.
If Lynn is available on a 3-4 year deal he'll overpay, but he won't accept out years.
Otherwise he'll look at older veterans on 1-2 year deals.
Klentak will look at RPs he can flip in July, because he has lots of young arms that could probably use a half season at Lehigh.
Otherwise forget free agency.
Where the action will be is trades, but that's wide open.
Galvis, Hernadez, Joseph, Rupp, one of the OFs (because he has 3 1st rd picks that will be ready by 2020-21).
Joseph will be a dump to an AL team for a prospect.
Rupp only if a veteran catcher is lined up to replace him.
Galvis/Hernandez is the right offer comes along.
Young pitcher(s) plus second tier prospects in a trade for an established starter.
Take on a bad contract to sweeten a deal.
It'll be interesting, but odds are what actually happens will be far from expectations.