With just six weeks to go before pitchers and catchers report for spring training, we have a good idea of which teams are better and those that took a step back.
Most of the big-name free agents—save Kyle Lohse and Michael Bourn—have been signed.
After a number of huge offseason trades, teams will be content now to see what talent they have going into camp. The hot stove has been turned down.
Now it’s time for fans to hope or fret over 2013. To help decide whether you should be happy or worried, here are the five most and least improved Major League Baseball teams this offseason.