Early Winners, Losers of MLB's Biggest Offseason Trades

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Early Winners, Losers of MLB's Biggest Offseason Trades
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If we were to only look at a team's record and place in the standings, picking the winners and losers of the biggest trades made this past offseason in baseball would be simple.

The biggest winner would be the Atlanta Braves, who at 13-4 sit in a tie with the Colorado Rockies (seriously) for the best record in baseball. The biggest loser? The Miami Marlins, with the worst record in the game at 4-14.

But there's no fun in that.

From All-Stars to MVP candidates to Cy Young Award winners, players who run the gamut of individual success at the major league level—and some who have yet to get a taste of big league action—found themselves on the move this past winter.

Let's take a closer look at the people involved in these deals—both on and off the field—and see which ones are the biggest winners and losers so far in this early 2013 MLB season.


All statistics are through April 20 games.

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