A Timeline of the Boston Red Sox's Best and Worst Offseason Moves, Non-Moves

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A Timeline of the Boston Red Sox's Best and Worst Offseason Moves, Non-Moves
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The Shane Victorino signing: A good or bad idea?

The Boston Red Sox took care of their last major loose end this week, finally signing Mike Napoli to a one-year contract after a long and rocky pursuit.

Now that he's in the bag and penciled in to play first base, you can look back now if you want to. It's been quite the journey for the Red Sox.

If you can't remember everything that's happened, don't worry about it. I've prepared a condensed look at Boston's offseason as it happened, and I've dished out some retrospective judgments on both the moves the Red Sox made and the moves they didn't make.

Let's take a gander.

Note: Stats courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com unless otherwise noted. Salary and contract information courtesy of Cot's Baseball Contracts

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