Giving a Pass/Fail Grade to All 30 MLB GMs Based on Offseason Needs

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Giving a Pass/Fail Grade to All 30 MLB GMs Based on Offseason Needs
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The MLB offseason is an unpredictable flurry of free-agent signings and blockbuster trades. And while it is nearly impossible to predict who will wind up where, it is much easier to pin point exactly what teams need to address when the season comes to a close.

Whether it is adding a starter to what was a weak pitching staff, shoring up an area that was a black hole offensively or replacing a key departed free agent, teams have clear cut areas of need each offseason.

Grading on a pass/fail basis, here is my take on how each MLB general manager did in addressing his team's offseason needs.

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