Updating the Biggest Winners and Losers of Spring Training

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Updating the Biggest Winners and Losers of Spring Training
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Curtis Granderson's broken arm is just one of many problems the New York Yankees have had this spring.

Spring training is the best and worst of times for all 30 Major League Baseball teams. 

On the one hand, it is used as a way to see where everyone from your biggest superstar down to the youngest player in a short-season league is at following the offseason. It is like hitting the refresh button and hoping that 2013 will be the year when everything goes right. 

On the other hand, especially this year because camps started early due to the World Baseball Classic, spring training can be an endless grind. We are six weeks into it right now, with more than one full week to go before regular-season games begin. 

The goal for every team is just to get out of the spring as healthy as possible. But you also want to see how a player returning from injury looks or what is going on with that star who had a down season last year. 

With the clock slowly ticking towards Opening Night on March 31 when the Texas Rangers go on the road to take on their new American League West rivals the Houston Astros, here is a look at the biggest winners and losers from spring training so far. 

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