Spring training is set to kick off in less than a month, and it has been an exciting offseason across the league this winter, as teams have tweaked—and, in some cases, overhauled—their roster for the upcoming season.
There are still a number of impact players who have yet to find homes this offseason, due in large part to the waiting game a number of teams were playing with Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka. Now that he has signed, the likes of Ubaldo Jimenez, Matt Garza, Ervin Santana and Bronson Arroyo will likely find homes soon.
On the offensive side of things, a trio of players who received qualifying offers remain on the market in Nelson Cruz, Stephen Drew and Kendrys Morales. Draft-pick compensation has hurt all three of their stocks, but they should all find everyday jobs before Opening Day.
While there is still a lot to be determined, here is a look at how all 30 MLB teams grade out so far this offseason. Think of a grade of "C" as being neutral, meaning the team has not gotten any better or any worse this offseason, with the rest of the grades stemming out from there.
*All stats courtesy of Baseball-Reference, unless otherwise noted.