It's been a busy week in MLB free agency, with several veteran pitchers and position players receiving multi-year deals. Even the latest rumors about some top free agents have been juicy.
Every free-agent update reverberates around the league, resulting in numerous winners and losers.
Contracts signed so early in free agency give us a better idea of what comparable players should expect to receive. Also, as the free-agent crop grows thinner, front offices are forced to reluctantly abandon their preconceived strategies.
Picking up from where Bleacher Report's Adam Wells left off, we've hand-picked the biggest beneficiaries and victims of the Nov. 15-21 action.