Offseason Grades for All 30 MLB Teams After the First Month of Moves

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Offseason Grades for All 30 MLB Teams After the First Month of Moves
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With roughly a month of the MLB offseason now in the rearview mirror and the winter meetings right around the corner, now seems like a good time to take inventory of what all 30 teams have done so far.

There is still a lot to be done between now and the start of spring training, but we have already seen top free agents like Brian McCann, Jhonny Peralta, Ricky Nolasco, Tim Hudson and Dan Haren sign with new teams and the likes of Prince Fielder, Ian Kinsler, Jim Johnson and Doug Fister change teams via trade.

So, as what promises to be a busy month of December kicks off, here is a look at what all 30 teams have done so far this offseason and my grade for them to this point. Assume that a grade of "C" means the team has had a neutral offseason to this point, with anything higher meaning they have improved and anything lower meaning a poor signing or trade was made.

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