It has been nearly two months since the MLB season ended, and general managers have been busy making moves and preparing their campaigns for the 2014 campaign. Some have naturally done a better job than others, but there are a few who have had tough winters.
In particular, there are five that either haven’t made enough moves or made too many inadvisable ones. Keep in mind that these are both equally dangerous in 2014, but the latter could have much longer term consequences. In the first case, the holes haven’t been filled, and on the other hand, money has potentially been wasted for years to come without much positive benefit.
With that in mind, this list will be slightly more heavily weighted toward those who have spent recklessly, but remember that there are two types of errors that can be made.