Biggest Winners and Losers of MLB's Offseason Heading into 2014

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Biggest Winners and Losers of MLB's Offseason Heading into 2014
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Adam Eaton gives the White Sox some much-needed speed and on-base ability at the top of their lineup.

It's still too early to declare a team as a "winner" or "loser" at this point in the offseason. Because there's still plenty of time left for them to make trades and several impact players still available on the free-agent market, the perception of how a team's offseason has gone can change in a moment's notice. 

A lot has happened, though, and there are teams that have certainly established themselves as having had a successful offseason and those who have either made enough questionable moves or non-moves to give their fanbase a reason to be disappointed. 

Here are four winners and four losers from the first two months of the offseason. 

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