Biggest Winners and Losers of MLB's Offseason with Most Big Names Gone

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Biggest Winners and Losers of MLB's Offseason with Most Big Names Gone
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This past weekend saw another major free agent find a new home with Shin-Soo Choo agreeing to a seven-year, $130 million deal with the Texas Rangers.

There are certainly still some impact players available, especially on the pitching side of things, but the market has thinned considerably here at the end of December and with the winter meetings already long passed. 

It's hard to really say who the true winners and losers of the offseason are until we see teams in action, and I'll be the first to admit at this time last year I didn't love what the Red Sox had done with their offseason. Things turned out OK in Boston.  

That said, here is my take on the biggest winners and losers of the offseason now that most of the big names are off the market. 

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