Didn't the season just start?
It sure seems that way, but in reality we are about to close the book on the second month of the regular season.
With teams playing their 50th games of the season this week, we have a decent sample size from which to judge some of the moves that were made this offseason. And there's no better way to judge these moves than to hand out a bunch of letter grades as if we were all back in elementary school.
Players who were free agents but ended up re-signing with the team that they played for in 2011 were not included. Moves that were made centering around prospects were also omitted.
So without further ado, here are my grades through the end of May for the biggest moves of the offseason.