Each MLB Team's Best and Worst Buys of the 2013 Season

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Each MLB Team's Best and Worst Buys of the 2013 Season
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No matter how much homework MLB front offices do on players around baseball, year after year, teams inevitably wind up with one newcomer that stands out above the rest—and one newcomer that simply wasn't the player that the team thought it was getting.

The 2013 season has been no different.

But which players have been the "best" and "worst" buys of the season for each of MLB's 30 teams?

That's what we'll try and figure out.

Not only will we look at the player's stats with his new club, but also what it cost his new team to acquire him—and how much of a future impact he figures to have on the club.

Let's see who has exceeded expectations—and who teams would love to return at customer service for a refund (if they haven't already).



*Unless otherwise noted, all statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com and are current through games of September 4.

*Statistics for players moved during the season reflect their performance with their new teams—they are not cumulative stats for the entire season.

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