15 MLB Players Who Are Now Worse Off After Offseason Moves

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15 MLB Players Who Are Now Worse Off After Offseason Moves
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With just over a month separating teams all across the league from spring training, we're finally starting to get a picture of what the rosters may look like come spring—with some teams still making their final offseason moves, of course.

A number of high-profile signings and trades highlighted the offseason, though there were many other moves that haven't gotten nearly as much attention but could still yield just as much upside.

A year makes all the difference in this league, and many players who find themselves on new rosters this year—as a result of trade or free agency—may not be in the same position to succeed that they were in just a year ago.

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